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This month we have an exciting batch of new content as we move closer to MWC Barcelona. Explore the benefits of Intel® Smart Edge Open in a webinar with Ericsson, take advantage of other ecosystem partner publications, and accelerate your technical acumen with trainings from our University program.
The Intel Network Builders program will be virtually active at MWC Barcelona. Stay tuned for our yearly MWC alert, highlighting our ecosystem’s next wave of solution innovation, and learn about the technologies that will be transform the network landscape in 2022.
In this course, Dhanya Pillai, Software Enabling and Optimization Engineer at Intel, provides an overview of Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) and explores DPDK packet processing concepts with Intel® architecture, memory configuration for DPDK and DPDK Models before discussing how to set-up a basic DPDK application.
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.
An overview of the Intel® Network Builders program, Intel® Partner Alliance (IPA), and what Co-marketing and selling opportunities exist with Intel. Learn how to take advantage of these programs offering technology education, enablement, marketing, and sales collaboration.
To meet the connectivity needs of cloud-native build out using container-based microservices, Intel® Intelligent Fabric plays a key role in Intel’s vision for the Data Center of the Future (DCoF). Learn how you can benefit from advances for Cloud and Edge data centers, high performance computing (HPC) and communications service providers (CoSPs) moving to cloud technologies.
This paper presents the software implementation deployment on the Intel® Xeon® platform. The Container Bare Metal Reference Architecture (BMRA) ensures quick and scalable AGF deployment and helps in applying Intel's best-known configurations to harness the power of servers with Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Ethernet Controllers.Transparent Path Solution Helps Reduce Product Losses and Food Waste
Near-real-time supply chain visibility system deploys Intel® edge-to-cloud technologies and ruggedized IoT sensors to monitor perishable food from farm to retailer—predicting freshness while guarding against costly product losses.Performance Enhancements for 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor Technology Guide
Intel® Speed Select Technology (Intel® SST) design addresses both performance and power consumption of a CPU/processor in a cloud server. Intel SST helps ensure that a user or a group of users do not adversely affect other tenants in term of performance as diversity of users and tenants increases. With CPU power adjusted at a per-socket level, Intel SST power reduction measures help ensure data centers meet environment and government commitments.
Optare Solutions describes a surveillance drone application that uses 5G and MEC technologies in combination with AI models for pedestrian tracking purposes.
HCL Technologies Launches Dedicated Intel Ecosystem Unit to Further Boost Customer Service Strategy
Why More Companies Are Using the Open Source AV1 Video Codec
User Plane Innovations Enable Profitable 5G Service
– January 25Intel-Ericsson Webinar: Service Enablement at the Edge with Ericsson and Intel
– February 8