Intel® Network Builders University Launches Two New Courses on Intel Security Technologies for Communications Service Providers
Intel Network Builders University is excited to announce the addition of two new courses titled Introduction to Intel Security Technologies for Communication Service Providers Part 1 and Part 2.
More about the Intel Network Builders University
There are more than 214 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 Intel® Network Builders program members through a simple registration here and for the public here. Intel Network Builders University is one of three learning centers in Intel® Builders, which also includes the Intel® Data Center Builders University and Intel® AI Academy. Registrants have access to content in both 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 to Our New Ecosystem Partners and End Users
With more than 300 ecosystem partners, the Intel® Network Builders program continues to grow! We welcome new ecosystem partners: Actian and Tensor Networks; and new end user: T-Mobile.
To see all of our members, visit the Ecosystem Partners page, the Network Edge Ecosystem page, and the End User Members page on our website.
Intel NFV Demonstration Framework
Describe utilizing NFV demo framework to save the collected data and play it back any time anywhere in an intuitive a data visualization environment. Help us to better understand the performance benefit of Intel processor, without a full investment of expensive traffic generator and full hardware BOM of a NFV system.
Optimisation of Edge Networks and their Distributed Applications
This document describes the components of RECAP, a novel integrated architecture and optimisation framework for optimising edge networks and distributed applications deployed on them. Models for understanding capacity provisioning for distributed edge networks are described, followed by a solution for intelligent and dynamic resource placement optimisation and orchestration. This is illustrated through a case study of an NFV-based LTE network. The results show how the proposed RECAP architecture can be used to optimise customer QoS and QoE while at the same time minimising infrastructure provider CAPEX and OPEX.
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For our ecosystem's latest news, podcasts, webinars, blog posts, and more, visit Social Hub. Recent contributions from our community have included podcasts from Globe Telecom, HCL, Netrounds, Nokia and Supermicro, plus a two day virtual livecast in lieu of MWC Barcelona; and blog posts from Intel and Lenovo.
Don't miss these recent webinars on the Intel® Network Builders webinar channel:
"Securing Networks from Edge-to-Cloud," with Vinod Sundarraj, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Cloud and MSSP at Fortinet on March 24 – Register Now
"MEC Edge Computing Platforms Facilitate 5G NR Transport Network Transformation," with Julian Ye, Director of ADLINK Technology Network and Communication Business Center on March 17 – Register Now
"Multi-Access Edge Computing with Network Programmability," with Sven Freudenfeld, Chief Technology Officer Telecom Application Business Unit at Lanner Electronics Inc. and Jesper Eriksson Vice President of Product Management at NoviFlow Inc. – Watch Now
"White Box Strategies for ISP Border Routers," with Kelly LeBlanc, VP of Marketing at 6WIND and Yann Rapaport, VP of Product Management at 6WIND on – Watch Now
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 on Twitter* 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 General Manager, Network & Edge Platforms Division – @jeni_p
– Tony Dempsey, Intel Network Builders Ecosystem, Marketing & Operations Manager – @tonydempc
– Allyson Klein, Director of Marketing, Data Center Group – @TechAllyson
– 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
– Lynn Comp, Vice President, Network Platforms Group, and General Manager, Visual Cloud Division – @comp_lynn
– 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
– Bryan Madden, Marketing Director – @maddsey