Sandra Rivera, VP, Data Center Group & General Manager, Network Platforms Group at Intel
Aug 26 2015 1:15 pm Pacific Time
In this webinar Sandra will discuss the newly announced Intel® Network Builders Fast Track. This is the company’s next step in working with the networking industry to accelerate innovation in the network ecosystem. Through a combination of market development activities and Intel Capital investments Intel plans to help drive integration of solutions for deployment, accelerate interoperability across stack layers and across networks, and accelerate adoption of standards based technologies using Intel architecture with trials and deployments with industry leading service providers.
by Sandra Rivera, Vice President Data Center Group and General Manager, Network Platforms Group, Intel
Close your eyes and try to count the number of times you’ve connected with computing today. Hard to do? We have all witnessed this fundamental change: Computing has moved from a productivity tool to an essential part of ourselves, something that shapes the way we live, work, and engage in community.
by Lynn Comp, Director of Market Development Organization, Network Products Group at Intel
Russell L. Ackoff, the pioneer in operations research, said “A system is more than the sum of its parts … It loses its essential properties when it is taken apart.” That also suggests the system doesn’t exist and its essential properties cannot be observed until it is put together. This is increasingly important as communications service providers and network equipment vendors operationalize network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN).
New Intel® Network Builders Fast Track Igniting Network Transformation with the Intel® ONP Reference Architecture
by John Healy, General Manager SDN Division, Intel
Today at IDF 2015, Sandra Rivera, Vice President and GM of Intel’s Network Platforms Group, disclosed the Intel® Network Builders Fast Track program in her joint keynote “5G: Innovation from Client to Cloud.” The mission of the program is to accelerate and broaden the availability of proven commercial solutions through a key combination of means such as equity investments, blueprint publications, performance optimizations, and multi-party interoperability testing via 3rd party labs.
Day two live from the Intel Developer Forum with Allyson brings you Art King (Spidercloud) discussing wireless ecosystems, Lynn Comp (Intel) chatting about the network transformation, Bryce Olson (Intel) highlighting the Intel Cancer Cloud initiative, and Renu Navale (Intel) detailing an exciting NFV announcement from Intel.