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Our program continues to grow rapidly with the ever-increasing support of our ecosystem partners.
Intel Network Builders, with the continued support from partners and end users, will work to accelerate the transition to SDN and NFV. Collaboration between partners is key to moving POC solutions to trials and deployments.
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A remote access hosting infrastructure based on Intel architecture based servers, Intel Ethernet NICs, and other ingredients (such as DPDK (data plane development kit), Intel QuickAssist Technology, etc.) is available for Intel Network Builder partners that want to test and optimize their solutions. This infrastructure will allow for faster onboarding and validation. It will provide technical support at the hosting site and in some cases custom configurations. This will allow the Intel Network Builder ecosystem to work together to develop new ideas for reference architectures and POCs, develop a methodology to test software ingredients alone or in combination with others, deliver marketing proof points (perf benchmarks, collateral, POC, Reference Architecture etc.), and optimize for performance.
Viosoft is the third party who will host the lab. They are located in Santa Clara, CA . If you have a current need to accelerate onboarding and optimizations for your solutions, please contact Anju Saraswat at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the process to get into the hosting lab.
Read our latest Solutions Brief to discover how equipment vendors are using DPDK with Intel® Architecture to consolidate workloads on a single, simplified, scalable platform.
Network functions virtualization (NFV) allows service providers to break the ties that bind their network functions to a particular hardware platform. Moving from a proprietary platform to a general-purpose platform yields improved flexibility and increased efficiency as software-based network functions can be controlled from a central location and deployed dynamically as needed. Merging workloads to a single platform makes it easier to implement multi-function and multi-vendor solutions in record time.
A successful transition to a general-purpose platform relies on increasing performance and reducing latency issues - especially for interrupt-intensive, packet processing workloads. Platforms based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family, and developed with Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK), are designed for demanding network applications and can significantly reduce latency and any impact it may have.
This will be available and ready for you to download from Intel 01.org on June 3rd . This major release introduces new capabilities, system stability, and performance improvements delivered through OpenStack Kilo release and Open vSwitch with DPDK. Stay tuned for more details!
Intel ONP Server Reference Architecture Accelerates SDN/NFV Transformation
This webcast will provide an overview of how Intel is helping drive the industry transformation to SDN/NFV in Telco, Cloud and Enterprise markets. Intel ONP Server is a reference architecture that integrates Open Source and hardware elements optimized for SDN/NFV. This platform eases solution development and accelerates SDN/NFV adoption and deployments.
CenturyLink and Cyan announced that CenturyLink will offer NFV-enhanced services to enterprise & SMB customers based on Cyan Blue Planet Orchestrator.
LG U+ Selects Affirmed Networks
LG U+ has teamed with Affirmed Networks to allow LG U+ to enable new networks and services upon NFV across both wired and wireless networks.
Sandvine Expands Digicel Deployment
Sandvine announced that Digicel Group is using Sandvine’s Network Policy Control solutions to offer their subscribers innovative service plans.
Overture wins TMC Award
TMC has honored Overture Networks’ big data analytics solution, Ensemble Service Intelligence, as a 2015 INTERNET TELEPHONY NFV Pioneer Award winner.
Procera Selected by Savvius
Savvius has selected Procera’s Network Application Visibility Library (NAVL) to deliver real-time, application-aware network capture & analysis.
Advantech introduces their NFV Elasticity initiative
Advantech’s new program will support consistent, scalable platforms based on Intel Architecture, with server-class processors that can run Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) at almost any location in the network.
Silicom launches new HW Accelerator Compression PCI Express Server Adapter
The product is based on an on-chip HW accelerator, the Intel communication chipset 89xx family. Silicom’s PCI Express Server adapters support Intel QuickAssist Technology for Hardware Compression accelerator engines.
Artesyn releases two new Media processing platforms
That enable highest density multiscreen and cloud video transcoding- Uses Xeon, I7’s, Intel Graphics, and Intel Ethernet in addition to the Intel MSDK. Learn More
Link to Podcast page.
End to End Solutions with NFV – Intel® Chip Chat: Network Insights episode 5
Networks for the Next Generation of Mobile - Intel® Chip Chat: Network Insights Podcast episode 4
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