Quality of Service (QoS) refers to the overall performance of a network and is used in telephony and computer networks to describe the customer’s experience with the network. The most straightforward way of guaranteeing a good quality of service to the end user is to over provision the network.
Already a couple of years ago, the Bit Manipulation Instruction Set 1 (BMI1) introduced the instruction BLSR, which resets the lowest bit that is set. (The corresponding intrinsic _blsr_u32/64 wraps this instruction with some nice C/C++ function call syntax.) However, what are your options when you...
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Just how reliant are we on computing infrastructure? Sometimes it takes just a little outage to get a taste of the interwoven dependency we don’t readily see. Lines of Travelers
We are pleased to announce the release of Intel® Media Server Studio 2017 R2! This release provides: AVC Encode Performance & Stability Enhancements HW-accelerated HEVC Encode Skip Frame to Ensure HRD Compliance AVC & MPEG-2 Visual Quality Improvements Download FREE Community &...
Motivation Cloud Management systems, like OpenStack, were designed from scratch to take the control of a group of homogeneous nodes and, on top of that, build a complex infrastructure of virtual machines interconnected with a mixed virtual and physical network. Over time, more and more systems...
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