A big thank you to everyone who came to the Big 5G event and participated in a great day 0 Summit full of great talks and collaborations! Intel Network Builders is focusing on giving you the best access to industry activities. Stay updated on what’s new with publications from Comba and Nexcom. Intel® Network Builders is also helping you utilize tools to improve network capabilities, see our new trainings on Cloud Native Technologies.
Last month, the Intel Network Builders program put on a Day 0 Summit in conjunction with Big 5G. Focusing on network edge, RAN, and the cloudification of the network. Catch up on what happened with our social videos.
In this course, Principal Engineer, Petar Torre, provides a deeper understanding of how cloud native technologies empower organizations to build and run scalable applications. Learn how to plan for hybrid and multi-cloud environments and discover how Intel supports the foundations of a modern network deployment.
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. Register for these webinars below or view our latest on demand.
The Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) provides highly optimized software libraries and drivers that enable packet processing applications to run on general-purpose hardware. This webinar will introduce DPDK and describe the latest enhancements and optimizations, which enable maximum performance when running on Intel platforms.
Intel Edge Reference Solutions, also known as Reference Implementations (RIs) are free, customer-deployable apps that demonstrate a solution for a specific customer use case. If you are an ISV, Communication Service Provider or a Solution Provider for 5G intelligent edge deployment, join this session to learn more about how Intel has combined a modular cloud-native microservices approach and leveraged Intel SDK and SW toolkits for AI workload optimization.
There is a fast-growing requirement for data plane software that is better aligned with the cloud native paradigm. Virtualized and containerized packet processing applications can be difficult to efficiently automate and orchestrate by a cloud native platform. This webinar introduces the Cloud Native Data Plane (CNDP) and presents an architecture to deploy CNDP applications on Kubernetes.
Join Intel leaders as they discuss the recently announced Intel® Xeon® D. Learn of the network infrastructure evolution toward the edge to meet the greater demands being placed by user and device growth. Learn how Intel® Xeon® D is designed from the ground up to meet the network edge growth inflection.
Learn about the various types of Edge Computing, their attributes, and architectural considerations. Different deployment models across these Edges are shared leveraging the Intel® Smart Edge Open Experience Kits. (available on-demand)
This session talks about how Intel is developing new solutions to address the challenges of Industry 4.0 using an Intel® Smart Edge platform built with zero trust security and architected for modern applications. (available on-demand)
Intel partners with Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor (Sapphire Rapids) servers can experience Intel® processor and Cloud Native innovation with the latest container Bare Metal and Virtual Machine Reference Architecture (BMRA, VMRA) describe in the Quick Start Guide.
The Reference Systems Architecture supports the latest purpose-built cloud native data plane (CNDP) framework optimized for the cloud native paradigm for development of packet processing microservices, automation and orchestration aligned with Kubernetes.
Intel has recognized the outstanding achievements of Mavenir as a key partner of the Year at its Intel Vision 2022 conference for taking the lead on defining and deploying 5G and connectivity as a service in a consumption-based model. The offering includes a messaging, core and private networks solution leveraging Intel 3rd Gen Xeon, Columbiaville and Maclaren Summit and Intel flexRAN.