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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 persistent 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.

Technology vSummit Sessions

5G RAN
Network at the Edge
Network Platforms, Security and Services

5G RAN vSummit

Thursday, January 28, 2021

The transformation of the network continues to expand and move out from the core. The latest workloads to shift to a software defined, cloud native capability are found in the Radio Access Network. In this vSummit we will discuss the ORAN initiative and the community’s drive to deliver common APIs, next we will discuss FlexRAN offerings from Intel, followed by a session discussing the different server technologies tailored to the environmental needs found across the diverse locations in the Radio Access Network.

Agenda

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O-RAN Innovation Leading the Way for Network Transformation

Udayan Mukherjee, Intel Fellow and Chief Technologist, Wireless Infrastructure at Intel’s Network Platform Group will share his thoughts on the latest O-RAN specifications, architectures, and software. He will be joined by Sachin Katti Co-Chair of O-RAN TSC and Professor, Stanford University, Advisor to VMware. This 30-minute technical overview and dialogue will be moderated by Guy Daniels from Telecom TV. Subjects to be discussed will include the latest architecture benefits, additions of AI/ML within the O-RAN environment, and market traction as adoption accelerates around the world.

Udayan Mukherjee, Chief Technologist for Network Infrastructure, Network Platforms Group, Intel Corporation
Udayan Mukherjee

Udayan Mukherjee

Udayan Mukherjee is an Intel Fellow in the Network Platforms Group and chief technologist for network infrastructure at Intel Corporation. He leads technology and product development related to wireless radio access and core networks, including Cloud-RAN, virtual RAN, base stations based on the LTE and LTE-Advanced standards, and mobile edge platforms, as well as gateways and packet core solutions. Udayan is also responsible for establishing new growth areas for Intel in the telecommunications market segment, a role that includes developing technologies and optimizations for telecom platforms designed for software-based networking and network function virtualization, developing wireless-specific intellectual property, and leading Intel’s 5G wireless network technology development. Udayan’s research interests include mobile computing and communication platforms; heterogeneous networks; next-generation air interface technologies; network virtualization; and mobile edge services and applications.

A specialist in communications and compute system design and development, Udayan joined Intel in 2000. Before assuming his current role, he led Advanced CA-based telecom server development as principal engineer in Intel’s Modular Communications Platform Group. He also led technology development in areas such as memory power management and chassis-, shelf- and rack-based manageability software, and he spearheaded Intel’s efforts to deliver the industry’s first draft of a carrier-grade telecom Linux specification.

Before joining Intel, Udayan spent more than a decade leading engineering teams at various technology companies, including Hewlett-Packard Co. and First Data Corp. A three-time recipient of the Intel Achievement Award, Udayan was appointed an Intel Fellow in 2016. He has been granted 10 U.S. patents, with additional patents pending, and is the author or co-author of multiple papers on topics related to wireless and telecom technologies.

Udayan holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the National Institute of Technology Durgapur in India, and earned dual master’s degrees in systems science and industrial engineering from Louisiana State University.

Udayan Mukherjee
Chief Technologist for Network Infrastructure, Network Platforms Group,
Intel Corporation

Sachin Katti, Co-Chair of O-RAN TSC and Professor, Stanford University, Advisor to VMware
Sachin Katti

Sachin Katti

Sachin Katti is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Stanford University and an Advisor in charge of Telco Strategy at VMware. He is also the Co-Chair of the Technical Steering Committee for O-RAN Alliance and the Director of the xRAN Foundation. He is also Co-Founder and ex-CEO of Uhana (now part of VMware) which built a a network AI platform to monitor and optimize mobile networks and applications. He has previously co-founded Kumu Networks, which is commercializing breakthrough research from his lab on full duplex radios. He received his PhD in EECS from MIT in 2009. His research focuses on designing and building next generation high capacity wireless networks by combining techniques from information and coding theory, RF systems, and networking. His research has won numerous awards, including the 2008 ACM Doctoral Dissertation Award - Honorable Mention, the George Sprowls Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation in EECS at MIT, the IEEE William Bennett Prize, the Best Student Paper Award at ACM SIGCOMM 2012, USENIX ATC 2013, the Sloan Fellowship, the NSF Career Award as well as Okawa, Hooover, Packard and Terman Faculty Fellowships.

Sachin Katti
Co-Chair of O-RAN TSC and Professor, Stanford University, Advisor to VMware

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FlexRAN: Enabling OpenRAN Deployments

This session describes how Intel’s FlexRAN based implementations enable flexible and performant OpenRAN deployments. It describes the FlexRAN software reference architecture and illustrates how it is the vehicle that delivers continuous performance improvements through CPU generations and software optimizations.

Declan O’boyle, vRAN Solutions Architect, Wireless Access Network Division, Network Platforms Group, Intel Corporation
Declan O’boyle

Declan O’boyle

Declan has over 20 years of experience in Telecommunications core & access networks. Over last 8+ years, He has worked to demonstrate the viability, flexibility and agility of software-based RAN implementations. As the RAN embarks on a significant transformation towards virtualisation, Declan works with service-providers, TEMs, and an eco-system of Hardware and Software vendors to deliver next generation RAN solutions capable of realising the potential of the various 5G use-cases.

Declan O’boyle
vRAN Solutions Architect, Wireless Access Network Division, Network Platforms Group,
Intel Corporation

Philippe Glynn, Technology Director, Aspire
Philippe Glynn

Philippe Glynn

As Technology Director in Aspire, Philippe is responsible for driving the company’s technology strategy together with the design and development of new solutions.

Philippe has over 20 years’ experience in the mobile industry working in numerous roles including Technology Research, 3G/4G Radio System Design and Support, working on site in some of the world’s leading Tier 1 Operators.

He spent 12 years with Ericsson where he worked in Systems, R&D, Test and Support for 2G, 3G and 4G Radio Access Network products, including the role of Technical Coordinator across Product Line Maintenance.

In his current role as Technology Director in Aspire Technology, Philippe leads a team of Technology Research and R&D specialists driving the development and customer deployment of AI based automation solutions for optimisation and operations of mobile and fixed networks with a major focus on 5G in addition to managing a multi-vendor interoperability performance benchmarking lab for OpenRAN solutions.

Philippe is also responsible for all aspects of Intellectual Property within Aspire.

Philippe Glynn
Technology Director,
Aspire

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Building an OpenRAN DU with Intel’s FlexRAN

With more Operators seeking OpenRAN based solutions and adopting the O-RAN fronthaul spec, it is important for Distributed Unit (DU) implementers to have complete solutions including Supermicro’s optimized hardware and Intel’s FlexRAN software. This session will go through the high-level components for the DU including FEC acceleration and time sync that runs on an Intel® based server. In this presentation, Supermicro and Intel will share what they are providing to make an OpenRAN DU a reality.

Kevin W. Bross, Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation
Kevin W. Bross

Kevin W. Bross

Kevin W. Bross is an Intel Principal Engineer and modular systems architect in NPG's Network Technology Innovation Division. Over the past 31 years, he has held a variety of engineering and marketing roles at Intel, including architecting Intel's first M2M/IoT gateway product and working on the development/trials of 64-antenna Massive MIMO cellular base stations. Kevin is currently working on 5G infrastructure, specializing in timing architectures and hardware design, including the development of Intel’s first two timing-related network adapters.

Kevin W. Bross
Principal Engineer,
Intel Corporation

Yaming Wang, Director of 5G and IoT solutions, Supermicro
Yaming Wang

Yaming Wang

Yaming has over 20 years experience in Telecommunication industry. He designed Core Network switches that have been deployed by many tier-1 Operators globally. During his time as Product Management Lead at Wind River, Wind River Linux became the number 1 commercially used embedded Linux in Telecom industry by all major Network Equipment Makers. Currently Yaming is the Director of 5G and IoT solutions at Supermicro leading the 5G RAN initiative.

Yaming Wang
Director of 5G and IoT solutions,
Supermicro

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Network at the Edge vSummit

Thursday, February 4, 2021

This vSummit will provide an overview of technical trends, features and proof points as edge computing continues to evolve at a rapid pace across the network. The discussion will revolve around the convergence of workloads, challenges faced by developers and network architects, and various options to address these challenges. You will hear from Intel technology experts and Intel® Network Builder partners at Lenovo and Trilogy Networks. Architectural concepts applied to server platforms will be discussed. The Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS) toolkit available to developers in the open source community will be discussed in detail, and the exciting implementation of Rural Cloud Initiative will be shared.

Agenda

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Accelerating Service Innovation at the Edge with Intel’s Converged Edge Reference Architecture

This session will outline how Lenovo and Intel are collaborating closely on addressing the challenges with edge and bringing to market products and solutions that accelerate services innovation at the edge. We will discuss real world use cases and how the Converged Edge Reference Architecture is providing a foundation that allows for a modular, future proof, scalable and open platform to deploy, manage and monetize edge computing.

Tim Verrall, Senior Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation
Tim Verrall

Tim Verrall

Tim Verrall has 25 years of experience building and running networks around the world in many industries, including Space, Financials, Transportation and Intel. He has in depth knowledge of WAN, Internet connectivity, telephony, video and network security where over the years he has been instrumental in architectures, design and operations. Tim has been active on various technical advisory bodies outside of Intel for many years. His areas of expertise are large scale network design and architecture, IP routing and protocols, network planning and scaling and network future strategies. In more recent times he has been focused on the platform requirements and capabilities to support NFV and Edge deployments at scale. He is author of several technical papers and patents in these fields. Tim earned his Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert (CCIE #1813) in 1996.

Tim Verrall,
Senior Principal Engineer,
Intel Corporation

Francesc Guim, Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation
Francesc Guim

Francesc Guim

Cesc has been working on processor, platform and system architecture for the course of the last 18 years. Cesc joined intel 2008 as processor architect for the high end server CPUS. From 2012 Cesc has been leading edge platform architectures as well as driving other pathfinding activities in the area of system architecture. Cesc has 50 granted patents and over 270 filled patents. Cesc holds a PhD in compute architecture with more 65 publications in international conferences and journals.

Francesc Guim,
Principal Engineer,
Intel Corporation

Chadie Ghadie, Director of Business Development, CoSP at Lenovo
Chadie Ghadie

Chadie Ghadie

Chadie is worldwide director of business development at Lenovo focused on Communication Service Providers. Chadie has over 20 years of experience within the networking and communications industry. Throughout his career, he has held many roles including software design, pre-sales engineer, solution architect, product management and business development. With his deep knowledge on SDN, NFV, data center networking, IP/MPLS, WAN networking, server & network virtualization, and cloud networking, Chadie has a focus on the go to market strategy for Lenovo Telco. In his current role, Chadie works closely with customer and partners to help define and promote next generation solutions. Prior to Lenovo, Chadie was head of partner business development at Nuage Networks from Nokia. Chadie is based out of Ottawa, Canada.

Chadie Ghadie,
Director of Business Development,
CoSP at Lenovo

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Engaging the Edge Developer Community with OpenNESS for a Faster and Optimized Development Cycle

The emerging Edge environments landing on 5G networks require a new set of cloud native developer tools that can handle the complexity of highly deterministic and performant network functions as well as applications built for AI and media. Whether you are an Infrastructure developer or App developer getting ready to build your next brilliant service idea on these 5G networks, Intel’s OpenNESS edge computing toolkit gives you the “edge”. Join this session to learn more.

Prakash Kartha, Segment Director, Edge Services, Network Platforms Group, Intel Corporation
Prakash Kartha

Prakash Kartha

Prakash leads the Edge Services segment within the Network Platforms Group in Intel, where he and team are building critical technology solutions to accelerate the next wave of Edge Computing. Prakash bring years of experience driving IoT and cloud end-user applications to the Network Edge, in partnership with the ecosystem.

Prakash Kartha
Segment Director, Edge Services, Network Platforms Group,
Intel Corporation

Russel Callen, Platform Solution Architect, Sr Staff Engineer, Intel Corporation
Russel Callen

Russel Callen

Russel has 20+ years of experience in enterprise and cloud service provider environments. Early in his career, Russel career built international Internet Service Provider networks and deployed globally distributed services. Russel then served as consultant for leading storage vendors, value added resellers and integrators, specializing in assisting large enterprises and emerging service providers along their digital transformation journey. At VMware, Russel applied his expertise as a lead architect in creation of VMware’s public cloud service offering. Russel joined Intel in 2016 to apply his operational experience to improving products and solutions for servicing distributed compute environments. Among his first projects were deploying large scale datacenter services in support of open-source communities and Intel product development & validation. Russel’s current focus is edge computing within Intel's Networking Platform Group.

Russel Callen
Platform Solution Architect, Sr Staff Engineer,
Intel Corporation

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Intel – Trilogy – Rural Cloud Initiative: Spearheading the Digital Transformation of Rural America

In this session we will hear from Trilogy Network and their mission to provide 1,500,000 miles of distributed cloud support and applications across rural America. Creating an ecosystem – The Rural Cloud Initiative – with partners such as yourselves they had deployed a solution embracing Intel’s OpenNESS strategy at a national Greenery – Hurst Greenery in Westboro Mo. Come learn what they are up to, and how you can join in this enormously successful initiative.

Prakash Kartha, Segment Director, Edge Services, Network Platforms Group, Intel Corporation
Prakash Kartha

Prakash Kartha

Prakash leads the Edge Services segment within the Network Platforms Group in Intel, where he and team are building critical technology solutions to accelerate the next wave of Edge Computing. Prakash bring years of experience driving IoT and cloud end-user applications to the Network Edge, in partnership with the ecosystem.

Prakash Kartha
Segment Director, Edge Services, Network Platforms Group,
Intel Corporation

Venky Swaminathan, CTO, Trilogy Networks
Venky Swaminathan

Venky Swaminathan

Venky is an entrepreneur, problem solver, mentor and value creator. He co-founded Trilogy Networks, bringing cloud computing to the edge of the network.

As Chief Technology Officer, he architected and launched LinX, a virtualized private nation-wide network that interconnects operators, services providers and cloud platforms. He leads the design and development of the edge delivery platform.

Venky recently co-created the Rural Cloud Initiative (RCI) to accelerate the digital transformation of rural America. RCI is building a unique coalition of rural telecom companies and technology partners to bring innovative connected intelligence solutions to market.

Earlier in his career, Venky lead platform development at GetLisa Information Services providing messaging and web services to rural operators. He helped launch short code messaging that enabled interactive TV engagement and new revenue streams for operators. GetLisa was acquired by ClearSky Technologies in 2012.

At Stockpoint and later Pinnacor, He launched the nation’s first interactive two-way messaging on their phones for subscribers to get real time information on news, weather and sports. Pinnacor was acquired by Marketwatch.

At Stockpoint, he led the delivery team for web scale applications and websites to deliver real time financial content for financial institutions and brokerages.

Venky is in the board of Open-IX committee, an organization working to promote open Internet exchanges across the country that will bring faster Internet to communities near the exchanges.

He believes in #GivingFirst and mentors’ entrepreneurs and advises founders on strategy, go-to market models and product-market fit.

He writes and speaks about the evolution of an automated and hyperconnected world and its impact on humankind.

Venky Swaminathan
CTO,
Trilogy Networks

Nancy J. Shemwell, COO, Trilogy Networks
Nancy J. Shemwell

Nancy J. Shemwell

Ms. Shemwell is currently serving as the Chief Operating Officer of Trilogy Networks, the leading provider of distributed cloud infrastructure across the United States. In her current role, Nancy is responsible for guiding the company’s ongoing growth and executing the founders’ vision to deploy 1.5 million square miles of edge compute capability across rural America, providing the essential infrastructure for 5G, Agriculture, and Energy solutions.

Prior to joining Trilogy Networks, Ms. Shemwell was COO of the IoT Community, the largest global IoT industry thought leader association.

A three-time Chief Executive Officer, she recently served as the Chief Executive Officer of entegra technologies, inc., recruited to migrate this early stage, ruggedized tablet company to provider of fully integrated portfolio of cyber security solutions for mission critical, industrial control systems (ICS). With a 20-year track record of driving high performance transformational global organizations, Ms. Shemwell has been Ranked #93 in ExecRank’s Top CSO Rankings” from 15,000 Chief Sales Officers and C-Level executives in the United States, she has also been recognized as a Finalist for 2015 D CEO M&A of the Year Award, Semi-finalist, 2018 Emerging Technology Tech Titan CEO of the Year and named a 2018 Phenomenal Women by Texas Wall Street Women.

Ms. Shemwell has previously held a variety of senior positions with global business responsibilities including assignments in Europe and North America. Her experience covers a broad spectrum of general management, sales and marketing roles in rapidly developing markets. Previous positions include that of Chief Operating Officer and owner of DataSpan, President and CEO of Multi-Link, President and CEO Jovial Test Equipment, EVP Extreme Networks, EVP at Symmetricom and a 16 year career with Nortel Networks where she held titles of President, Micom Communications Corporation (a Nortel subsidiary), Vice President Business Segments, Vice President Sales and Marketing Wiltel (Nortel’s largest enterprise distributor) and Director Marketing for Europe, Middle East and Africa.

Ms. Shemwell holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Baylor University and a Master of Science in Business Administration from Texas A&M. She was named to the VoodooVox, Inc. (VVX – TSX) Board of Directors in 2006, and the NTXRCIC in 2012. Ms. Shemwell also serves as the Chair of the entegra technologies Board of Advisors, appointed in 2018 to the Board of Advisors of IoT Communities, a 22,000-member global IoT industry association. Ms. Shemwell also serves on the Associate Board at the SMU Cox School of Business and is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors and Women Corporate Directors.

Nancy J. Shemwell
COO,
Trilogy Networks

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Network Platforms, Security and Services vSummit

Thursday, February 11, 2021

Network security continues to be a critical element in delivering performant solutions across the networks across a wide variety of hybrid cloud environments, access domains and endpoints. These sessions will highlight technologies that enable greater levels of Cloud Native Security, high performance Secure Access Service Edge solutions, and hardened security platforms.

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Security for a Multi Hybrid Cloud Environment

Enterprise deployment models are evolving and traditional network perimeters continue to shift. This has resulted in the evolution of security deployment models as well. This session will provide an introduction to some of the emerging security models and Intel technologies that support them.

Tarun Viswanathan, Enterprise Platform Solution Architect, Intel Corporation
Tarun Viswanathan

Tarun Viswanathan

Tarun Viswanathan is a Platform Solution Architect in Intel’s Network Platform Group and is responsible for driving the adoption of Intel ingredients in the constantly evolving world of Enterprise Security deployment models. His primary areas of focus include SASE, Container Security and Enterprise Edge uCPE.

Tarun started his career as a Network Security Engineer and moved on to the role of a Security Architect responsible for data protection, endpoint protection and cloud security prior to taking on his current role as an Enterprise Platform Solution Architect. Tarun holds the CISSP and CCSK certifications and has four US patents. He has been with Intel for over 20 years.

Tarun Viswanathan
Enterprise Platform Solution Architect,
Intel Corporation

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Accelerating Secure Digital Transformation with VMware SD-WAN™ and Zscaler

As enterprises embrace digital transformation and support employees working from anywhere, securing network traffic traversing between the edge and the cloud is critical. Zscaler and VMware have partnered to enable enterprises to adopt a SASE framework that securely connects any user to any application—across any location. The combination of VMware SD-WAN™, Intel architecture and the Zscaler Zero Trust Exchange provides enterprises with high quality application performance while keeping users, devices, and data secure by automating threat response, enforcing posture control, and providing a single place to manage network security configuration across the entire organization.

Amit Raikar, VP Business Development, Zscaler
Amit Raikar

Amit Raikar

Amit Raikar is an established strategic growth leader with over 20 years of experience in nurturing partnerships at industry-leading organizations in security. As Vice President of Business Development at Zscaler, Amit is responsible for the Zscaler Technology Partner Ecosystem, empowering customers with best-in-class integrated solutions, with leaders in cloud, identity, endpoint, SD-WAN, and SecOps providers. This includes driving go-to-market activities with our global Technology Alliances and enabling OEM partnerships.

Amit earned his MBA from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley, and his MS in Computer Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology. He is recognized with 12 US patents and infosec professional certifications; CISSP - ISSAP and CEH.

Amit Raikar
VP Business Development,
Zscaler

Tim Van Herck, Director of Technical Product Management, VMware
Tim Van Herck

Tim Van Herck

Tim Van Herck has over 15 years of experience in Technical Marketing, Product Management, and Cloud Service Operations. He is currently the Director of Technical Product Management at VMware's SD-WAN business unit and leads the team responsible for writing technical product content, conceptualizing partner integrations and technical training. Tim previously worked for Aryaka, Cisco Systems, Allegro Systems, Assured Access Technology and Alcatel. He holds an MS in Industrial Sciences from the University of Antwerp.

Tim Van Herck
Director of Technical Product Management,
VMware

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Securing Containers in Kubernetes with CN-Series (Industry’s first Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) for K8s)

CN-Series firewalls deliver all of the capabilities of Palo Alto Network’s PA-Series and VM-Series firewalls, in a container form factor. You can deploy Palo Alto Network’s cloud-delivered security services on top of the CN-Series firewalls, as well, just like their other firewall form factors. This gives you the ability to deploy layer 7 network security and threat protection in your Kubernetes clusters for advanced protection and compliance.

Sudeep Padiyar, Product Line Manager, Palo Alto Networks
Sudeep Padiyar

Sudeep Padiyar

Sudeep Padiyar is a Product Line Manager at Palo Alto Networks focusing on network security for Kubernetes and Containers. He was one of the original proponents of extending NGFW technology to containerized applications resulting in the CN-Series product line. He has worked closely with AWS, GCP, Azure to ensure Palo Alto Networks CN-Series products fits in their managed Kubernetes offerings. He also works closely with the Prisma Cloud team on a consolidated security strategy for Containers within the company. Prior to that he was managing virtualization security in hybrid clouds like VMWare NSX, Openstack, etc and pioneered features for effective security deployment in the cloud. Prior to Palo Alto Networks, Sudeep was a Senior Product Manager at Cisco in Data Center (ACI) and Campus Switching. Before moving to Product Management, he was a Senior Engineering Manager at Cisco in IOS-XR for Virtualization and High Availability features for the largest routers in the world.

Sudeep Padiyar
Product Line Manager
Palo Alto Networks

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Secure, Scalable, Multicloud SSL Orchestration: Using F5 BIG-IP and Fortanix with Intel® Software Guard Extensions

Nearly 90% of all internet traffic is encrypted with SSL/TLS. F5 solutions provide SSL orchestration using TLS encryption, which requires an HSM and KMS to execute and protect the cryptographic operations and keys. As more F5 customers migrate from on-premises systems to F5 Cloud Software such as BIG-IP Cloud Edition and public cloud environments, they require a hardware security module (HSM) and key management service (KMS) able to support both environments, to avoid implementing multiple systems, which is costly, complex, and increases the risk of security incidents. Fortanix provides the HSM and KMS that rely on Intel® SGX to protect encryption keys, secrets, and tokens across on-premises data centers and in public cloud.

In this vSummit session, you will learn how to:

- SSL/TLS Encryption - Manage and secure encryption keys

- Cloud Migration – Manage on-premises and cloud key management from a single solution

- Multicloud Scalability – Scale key management across multiple clouds and regions

- Performance – Offloading SSL/TLS cryptographic operations to improve performance

Gregory Coward, Solution Architect – Emerging Solutions, Business Development, F5
Gregory Coward

Gregory Coward

Gregory Coward has over 20 years of experience in Information Technology and joined F5 9 years ago as a Solution Architect in the Business Development organization. For the past several years Greg has been focusing on emerging technologies and public cloud initiatives.

Gregory Coward
Solution Architect – Emerging Solutions, Business Development,
F5

Faisal Faruqui, Principal Engineer and System Architect, Fortanix
Faisal Faruqui

Faisal Faruqui

Faisal is an experienced technical leader with 25 years of experience in software, security and storage, building distributed applications and enterprise class products. He has led development of several enterprise security products from inception to customer shipment.

Faisal Faruqui
Principal Engineer and System Architect,
Fortanix

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