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September Highlights Intel Network Builders

September Highlights Intel Network Builders

Intel Network Builders has been working with partners around the globe to showcase how our products and solutions work together. Highlights from August include University courses on Platform Telemetry, then our webinars and technical meetups cover a variety of edge related topics. Also read up on new partner collaborations with Capgemini, Red Hat and more.

 

Intel® Network Builders Enterprise Networks Insights Series

Join us and our trusted partners—once a month, every month—for in-depth sessions with timely insights to inform your network transformation strategy.

Visual Cloud & Cloud Gaming in 5G

Join us for a discussion with Ubitus to understand the success stories and insights from partner ecosystems in powering the 5G cloud gaming solutions for enterprises, game service providers and end users – Sep 15 @ 1pm SGT | Sep 14 @ 10pm PDT

Why Edge & AI

Join us for a discussion with HCL about how Edge and AI will transform manufacturing industries that choose to embrace how Edge and AI can work together to solve the challenges of price, security and latency.

To learn more and see the full series, please visit our series page.

 

Intel® Network Builders Insights Series

Our monthly Intel® Network Builders Insights Series provides insight into the latest Intel strategies, product lines, technologies, and programs that are driving network innovation from edge to cloud.

To learn more, please register via the links here and add to your calendar. Attend live for an interactive Q&A or watch on-demand after the recording.

Intel IPUs Fundamental Role in Your Cloud Strategy

Join Intel leaders as they discuss the recently announced Infrastructure Processing Unit (IPU)

Paradigm Shift in Edge to Core Security with 5G

As CoSPs transition from 4G to 5G with Cloud Native, a highly distributed architecture bringing in multi-vendor solutions. Security is a pivotal concern with cyberattacks becoming more frequent and impactful. This session discusses the types of security risks associated with 5G infrastructure deployments, 5G specific use cases and the capabilities required for a robust and resilient security framework from edge to core.

To learn more and see the full series, please visit our series page.

 

Intel® Network Builders University

Intel® Network Builders University added a new Intel® Ethernet program to the university offerings. The first course in this series, Intel® Ethernet 800 Series Key Features, introduces all Intel® Ethernet 800 Series products featuring ADQ requirements, capabilities, and improvements.

A new course on Platform Telemetry has also been added to university this month. This course provides a telemetry overview, introduction to Collected and a review of northbound and southbound plugin deployment.

View all new training in the University Library

More about the Intel® Network Builders University

Featuring 265+ courses available and new content being created and refreshed each month, The Intel® Network Builders University includes a broad collection of online content and face-to-face technical training to help technical professionals in the network industry to improve their knowledge of key Intel® technologies, industry trends, and technical aspects of NFV deployments. Closed captioning in multiple languages is now available for a growing number of courses. The online portion of the university is available to Intel® Network Builders program members through a simple registration here and for the public here.

Custom Training Pathways address specific training requirements for Intel® Network Builders University members. Custom pathways allow for customized and confidential training content, visible only by your employees. Additional features include Single Sign-On (SSO) capabilities which offer one click access directly to training content or a custom API which enables direct import to your internal learning portals. If you are interested in learning more about custom pathways, please contact us today.

 

Welcome to Our New Ecosystem Partners and End Users

We welcome the following new ecosystem partners and end users: VI Agents, LLC, QiO, TJ Innovation, Niral Networks, Hitron Technologies Inc., Benetel, Shanghai Raysoar Electronics Co., Shannon Wireless, Shen Zhen Guoren Wireless Co., MobiledgeX, Inc., and Transparent Path SPC.

To see all of our members, visit the Ecosystem Partners page, the Intel® Network Builders Edge Ecosystem page, the Intel® Network Builders Visual Cloud Ecosystem page, and the End User Members page on our website.

 

Technical Spotlight

Technical Spotlight

Edge Computing: From Standard to Actual Infrastructure Deployment and Software Development

Edge Computing is widely recognized as a key technology, supporting innovative services for a wide ecosystem of companies, ranging from operators, infrastructure owners, technology leaders, application and content providers, innovators, startups, etc. The aim of this white paper is to provide an overview of standards, industry groups and other initiatives around edge computing, together with some Intel guidelines, to help the reader to better understand the various challenges for a real deployment of Edge Computing. The focus is to mainly address the needs of two stakeholder categories in the MEC ecosystem: infrastructure owners (e.g., operators and cloud providers) and software developers (e.g., applications / content providers, innovators and startups). In fact, both stakeholder categories are key to the success of MEC, and their engagement depends also on the way the various challenges are addressed. This revised version of the white paper provides some updates on the edge computing standards in ETSI and 3GPP, also with respect to edge cloud federation according to GSMA. Additionally, the paper mentions the evolution of OpenNESS toward Intel® Smart Edge Open.

Intelligent Edge Meetup on August 27th presented by Srihari Mallavarapu. This session helped developers get an overview of Intel® technologies enabling edge computing. Srihari covered tools to develop intelligent edge platform on common off-the-shelf infrastructures that can run convergence of analytics and inference, media optimizations as well as a variety of networking workloads. Srihari is a Sr. Ecosystem Development Manager within the Network Platform Group at Intel.

Cloud Native Private 5G Deployment using OpenNESS and EMCO presented by Prabhjot Sethi, from Aarna Networks, demonstrated deployment of free5gc using Intel® Smart Edge Open and EMCO (Edge Multi-Cluster Orchestration).

Running Intel® Smart Edge Open with Azure IoT Hub presented by Purvi Thakkar. In this meetup, Purvi will focus on network edge cloud service provided by Microsoft through “Azure Edge Zones”.

Lanner Expands HybridTCA™ Product Lineup with Carrier-Grade HTCA-6400 Network Appliances with Storage Enhancement

The design concept of Lanner’s HTCA-6400 provides all-in-one carrier-grade chassis with integrated multi-node compute, networking, and storage. The advantages include modular flexibility, full-component redundancy and extreme performance, designed for future-proof telecommunication deployments.

 

Partner News & Collaboration

Partner News & Collaboration

Transforming the Modern City with the Intel-Based 5G smart Road Side Unit Solution

Capgemini Engineering's 5G Smart Road Side Unit (RSU) solution integrates Intel® technologies like 5G FlexRAN, CERA, and Intel Smart Edge Open to provide a flexible, scalable platform for next-generation smart edge applications.

Scalable, Cloud-Native 5G Open RAN Deployments

Red Hat, Intel, and Altiostar bring this modern 4G & 5G RAN solution to a Telco-proven, cloud-native platform with the unique capabilities brought by Kubernetes Operators, together with the O-RAN based containerized Altiostar vRAN offering.

How Intel, Altiostar, and Red Hat are driving 5G open cloud RAN

The adoption of Open Radio Access Networks (RAN) disaggregated network architectures bring new benefits and challenges to providers deploying these new models. The disaggregated RAN decouples software from hardware components, and the deployments are broken down into functional elements: radio unit (RU), distributed unit (DU), and centralized unit (CU).

ENSCONCE for Retail Solutions

The Smart Retail solution from Capgemini Engineering integrates key Intel® hardware and software ingredients to deliver a scalable visual computing edge platform optimized for emerging retail solutions.

Alef Launches Private Network Platform

Alef a leader in edge internet technology launched a new platform that allows enterprises and developers to utilize private mobile networks and build 5G applications that will change the way the world lives, works, and plays. This platform gives developers a chance to unlock the art of the possibility and create new experiences for the edge economy.

 

Social Hub

Social Hub

Blog

Accelerating Content Delivery with Hyper-Local CDNs

Video and Webcasts

Blazing Fast Performance with Extensive Programmability – Intel® Tofino™ 2, with John DeMay, Sr. Director of Business Development, Intel Corporation; Matt Roman, VP of Marketing & Product Management, Edgecore Networks​; and Łukasz Łukowski, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, STORDIS – September 30th

Agile Network Slicing with Capgemini Engineering, Cloudify and Intel, Panel discussion with Shamik Mishra, Capgemini Engineering; Nati Shalom, Cloudify and Wie Yeang Toh, Intel.

Producing Live VR Events at the Highest Quality, with Richard Mills, Founder, Imaginary Pictures, Technical Specialist, Sky VR and Rob Koenen, Co-Founder, Tiledmedia.

For more, visit the Intel Network Builders Social Hub.

 

 

 

Join the Conversation on Twitter

Intel® Network Builders offers a variety of online options for you to reach out to fellow ecosystem members between events. Follow our new Twitter handle @Intel5GNetworks or use the Intel Network Builders hashtag, #IntelBuilders. You can also follow industry leaders from Intel via their Twitter handles.

– Renu Navale, General Manager, Edge Computing and Ecosystem Enabling (ECEE), Network Platforms Group – @RenuNavale

– Dan Rodriguez, Vice President, Data Center Group, General Manager, Network Compute Division – @DanRod2000

– Jeni Panhorst, Vice President, Data Platforms Group and General Manager, Network & Edge Platforms Division – @jeni_p

– Lisa Spelman, Vice President and General Manager, Intel Xeon Products and Data Center Marketing – @LisaSpelman

– Cristina Rodriguez, Vice President, Data Center Group and General Manager, Wireless Access Network Division – @CristinaR_5G

– Rajesh Gadiyar, Vice President, Network Platforms Group and General Manager Architecture & Systems Engineering – @rgadiyar

– Caroline Chan, Vice President, Network Platforms Group, and General Manager, Network Business Incubator Division – @CarolineChan5G

– Alex Quach, General Manager of Wireline and Wireless Core Networks Division – @QuachAlexander

– Jim St. Leger, Technology Marketing Manager – @JimStLeger

– Brian Aherne, Senior Director of Network Platforms and Systems – @aherne_brian

– Bob Ghaffari, General Manager, Data Center / Network Platforms Group – @BobGhaffari

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