Edge Digital Twins on MEC Software Architectures
September 8, 2021
Join us in this event, where Marco Picone and Stefano Mariani from Unimore propose to deploy Digital Twins of vehicles and road elements at the Edge, on top of a MEC infrastructure, as the basic bricks on top of which engineering efficient and performant solutions could be developed to address smart cities issues.Visit Event Page
Panel: Agile Network Slicing with AWS, Capgemini Engineering, Cloudify and Intel
September 14, 2021
Panel discussion on how AWS, Capgemini Engineering, Cloudify and Intel bring an ‘agile first’ approach to 5G that allows organizations to smoothly transition to open cloud native infrastructure.Visit Event Page
How ASUS, Intel, and Silicom Position Edge Products Into 5G Architecture
September 16, 2021
Asus, Intel, and Silicom develop 5G platform based on Intel 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable Processor and Silicom 5G technology. Asus will showcase how a focus design team for 5G and important partners Intel and Silicom will deliver edge products in general purpose servers and proprietary servers for 5G use case.Visit Event Page
Hyper-automation for Disaggregated Open RAN in Cloud Native 5G Evolution
September 22, 2021
In this talk, the presenters will explore the technical and operational challenges facing Open RAN deployments, including Day 0 and Day 1 integration at scale, and how automation can solve those roadblocks. QCT and Robin will share the jointly-developed on IronCloud-Robin Cloud Native Platform solution integrated with QCT’s optimized servers for RAN deployment.Visit Event Page
Intel Network Builders program offers programs, content and resources dedicated to helping ecosystem partners leverage the service-enabling capabilities of Intel products, evaluate solutions against industry standard benchmarks and improve system performance and functionality.
Accelerating Network Transformation
Network transformation is being driven by a focus on open platforms, virtualized/containerized infrastructure and converged technologies.
This reinvention of network infrastructure brings a new development paradigm, which requires a team of expert partners that can provide guidance and meet each organization’s specific needs.
Intel Network Builders was created to work with ecosystem partners to accelerate their transformation to this new era. Partners can directly reach out for support and guidance on acceleration technologies that deliver system improvements in efficiency, performance, automation, security, resource management and more.Learn More
Intel's portfolio of advanced products and technologies transform enterprise, service provider and data center networks, bringing advanced performance and intelligence to both the network core and the network edge. View all Intel Technologies.
As your network demands increase, technology needs to evolve and deliver new potentials. This evolution is the fuel for Network Transformation and it can take many forms: open platforms, virtualized infrastructure, containers and cloud native practices-and often a mix of any of these.
Intel has been working with partners and with open source communities to address barriers to commercial containers-networking adoption and to deliver consumable capabilities concerning configuration, manageability, performance, service-assurance, and resilience.
Intel® Select Solutions for network transformation offer a faster and more efficient deployment path for verified, reliable infrastructure configurations that support virtual network enhancements.
Intel is guiding a broad community of partners toward the development and acceleration of edge centric network technologies and services. This mature ecosystem is rapidly delivering optimized workloads, software platforms, and emerging use cases that will meet future network edge demands.
Network transformation takes many forms: open platforms, virtualized infrastructure, containers and cloud native practices—and often a mix of any of these.
Providing robust service assurance capabilities is critical in the network transformation to a software-defined and increasingly virtualized network environment. It is vital to monitor systems for utilization and malfunctions that could lead to service disruption.
Open standards organizations foster industry-wide collaboration and innovation on standardizing technologies that propel the industry forward. Intel is a leading contributor to a number of open standard organizations working in the NFV and SDN area.
Visual cloud computing consists of a set of capabilities for remotely consuming content and services that center around the efficient delivery of visual experiences, including media processing, media analytics, immersive media, cloud graphics and cloud gaming.
Intel® Network Builders University provides video training on Intel® technologies and industry trends and initiatives to equip ecosystem partners for advanced NFV deployments. This training resource is complimentary for all ecosystem partners.
TECHNOLOGY vSUMMIT SERIES
In Production with TelecomTV
Join us for the Technology vSummit Series. The Intel® Network Builders Technology vSummit builds on the first vSummit shared in the summer of 2020. Topics discussed will dive deeper into some of the exciting technologies driving the continued transformation of the network highlighted in the first vSummit. Three main areas will be discussed: Network at the Edge, Virtualization of the RAN, and the continued need for strong Network Security. This topical series will be shared across 3-4 different sessions per vSummit in interactive Q&A sessions hosted by Telecom TV's Guy Daniels.View the Series
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