Writing code for secure, robust, and cost-effective data backup and protection are more important than ever as the amount of data continues to grow. This session shows how to use standard and highly optimized functions in Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP) for data compression and encryption, including ZLIB, LZSS, LZO, and bzip2 compression routines and APIs for common cryptographic operations.
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