Intel® Network Builders University Introduces New Cable Program:
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Software Defined Networking (SDN) are being adopted and implemented across industries and vertical markets. The cable industry has unique challenges and requirements for adoption of these technologies. Training tailored specifically to the cable industry is the focus of the new Intel Network Builders University program. We have published one course in this new program provided by a guest presenter from CableLabs*, an innovation and R&D lab for the cable industry that creates impact through its member companies and its subsidiaries.
The newest course:
CableLabs* NFV 101: The Basics of Network Functions Virtualization: CableLabs provides this course on NFV basics for the cable industry. Learners will understand NFV and the industry landscape and key drivers for the cable industry. This course will also provide cable-specific applications of NFV, CableLabs NFV initiatives as well as an introduction to future NFV trends.
There are more than 125 courses available across five languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese & Korean), with new content released each month. The online portion of the university is available to all Intel® Network Builders program members and the public through a simple registration here. Intel Network Builders University is one of two learning centers in Intel® Builders University, which also includes the Intel® Data Center Builders University. Registrants have access to all of the content in the two learning centers.
Please take a look and after exploring the offerings, let us know what content you would like to see added to the university.
Welcome Our New Ecosystem Partners and End Users
With more than 300 ecosystem partners, the Intel® Network Builders program continues to grow! We welcome new partners: Inventec Co.* and Tiledmedia.* We also welcome new end user member Colt Technology Services.*
Network Transformation, Data Plane and Multi-access Edge Computing – Hands-on Lab – Bangalore (8 March)
Join us for a day of learning and networking. There will be speakers from industry leaders will be on-hand to share their knowledge about Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), Network Virtualization and 5G network functions. The agenda will be full of informative sessions with plenty of time for networking, and - of course - good food.
DPDK Summit Bangalore 2019 (9 March)
Registration is open for the DPDK Summit Bangalore. The agenda will cover the latest developments to the DPDK framework and other related projects such as FD.io, Tungsten Fabric and OpenvSwitch, including plans for future releases by contributors. Let's discuss the present and future, including DPDK roadmap suggestions, container networking, P4, hardware accelerators and any other networking innovation.
5G L2 SW Architecture Best Practice on Intel® Architecture
5G is the next technological revolution. Transformed 5G networks are designed to support a broad range of devices and use cases, with faster speeds, less latency, and more capacity. However, 5G is confronted with many challenges, the first of which is the transmission time interval (TTI) decreasing while the data rate is increasing. This demands sharply improved processing capacity of the base station, and rigorous real-time performance of the software stack. In this context, the architecture design of L2 packet processing, and its implementation and optimization on the server platform, are vital to fulfilling the 5G throughput and real-time performance target.
Vector Packet Processing Using FD.io
Use FD.io Vector Packet Processing (VPP) to build discrete packet processing appliances, cloud and cloud-native infrastructure, and virtual and cloud-native network functions. This short video provides a VPP overview, and highlights some use case examples. With Sujata Tibrewala.
Deflate Your Data with DPDK Compression API
Big data workloads generate massive quantities of information, which are sent across the network and stored on data servers. Watch this video to learn about the Data Plane Development Kit compression API and how it can help deflate your data. With Sujata Tibrewala.
Optimize Memory Usage in Multithreaded Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) Applications
Optimize memory usage of multithreaded DOCSIS 3.1 MAC data plane pipeline with DPDK on an Intel® Xeon® platform. By Conor Walsh.
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