Boosting Performance with Intel’s QuickAssist Technology

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Intel QuickAssist technology allows the application to take advantage of the hardware acceleration. With features such as stateful compression and Batch and Pack, QuickAssist lets storage providers take advantage of leading-edge encryption and data compression capabilities.

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