Network-optimized 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors are designed to support diverse network environments, helping your infrastructure evolve as your network demands increase and change to meet new 5G use cases.
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
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 Smart Edge portfolio offers edge computing software highly optimized for Intel-based hardware platforms, to onboard and manage applications and network functions across On-Premise and the Network Edge.
Intel is guiding a broad community of partner towards 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. Regardless of choice.
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.