Register Now for Events in Conjunction with SDN & NFV World Congress
At this year's SDN & NFV World Congress, Intel® Network Builders will offer exclusive engagement, learning, and networking sessions. Join us for these events as valuable add-on opportunities to your congress experience
Intel Network Builders Summit
Date and Time: October 9, 9:00 am – 5:40 pm Location: The Hague, Netherlands (World Forum)
With presentations and panels from industry leaders covering top-of-mind topics—network functions virtualization infrastructure (NFVI), 5G, NFV security, and cloud native—the Intel Network Builders day 0 summit is not to be missed.
See the full agenda on the event page. For quick registration, please follow the directions below:
Intel Network Builders and Red Hat* VIP Reception
Date and Time: October 9, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Location: The Hague, Netherlands (Milú)
This VIP event will provide a valuable opportunity for attendees of the Intel Network Builders summit to engage with fellow leaders accelerating network transformation through SDN and NFV solution delivery. A shuttle will be provided from the SDN & NFV World Congress to the reception. More details will be provided to those who register.
For quick registration, visit the reception page.
Live Podcasts from SDN & NFV World Congress
The Intel® Chip Chat: Network Insights channel will be broadcasting podcasts with leading voices from Intel and our ecosystem live during SDN & NFV World Congress. Catch the live broadcast at 8 am Pacific time on October 11 here. If you want to join the conversation, be sure to Tweet Intel Network Builders @IntelNetwork or by using the hashtag #IntelBuilders.
New Course Available through Intel® Network Builders University
Communications service providers are transforming their networks with NFV and SDN technologies. The Intel® Network Builders University is accelerating this transformation by providing relevant educational content to partners and end users. New material enhances the curriculum offering each month. There are now 109 courses available in four languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Chinese).
Logging in to the Intel Network Builders University site will be required to watch this new NDA course:
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 three learning centers in Intel® Builders University, which also includes the Intel® Cloud Builders University and Intel® Storage Builders University. Registrants have access to all of the content in the three learning centers and the new courses added each month.
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 265 ecosystem partners, the Intel® Network Builders program continues to grow! We welcome new partners FRINX* and NetworkArt Systems Private Limited,* and new end user member Telekom Austria Group.*
DPDK 17.08 Released
DPDK 17.08 was released in August, and it is now available for download from dpdk.org. The release contains a number of significant enhancements, including new PMDs, cryptodev enhancements, generic APIs, virtualization enhancements, and more. The release contained 1,023 patches from 125 different authors. The full feature list is available in the release notes.
Register Now for the DPDK Summit North America 2017
The DPDK Summit North America will take place at Club Auto Sport in San Jose, California, on November 14 and 15. Registration is now open via the Linux Foundation Events page.
Intel and the ComTech Forum* will meet in Silicon Valley on November 28 on network transformation in the context of 5G along with more than 100 members, communications service providers, vendors, and start-ups to discover technologies and companies that are working to get the network ready for 5G, from core infrastructure to edge services. ComTech Forum meetings are short, packed, interactive discussions with top-notch networking, start-up introductions, and technology demos.
Apply for this agenda before October 13. Spots are open for panelists with experience to share in network transformation, start-ups with technology to pitch, and vendors with demos to show. See a draft of the agenda in progress here.
Call for Speakers Application Deadline: Friday, October 13
Event Date: Tuesday, November 28
Host: Intel Corporation, Santa Clara
The Third International Workshop on Security in NFV-SDN
The Third International Workshop on Security in NFV-SDN will be held in conjunction with the IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks (IEEE NFV-SDN). This year, the workshop will include a tutorial titled "Clear Containers VNF," led by Manohar Castilino and Eric Ernst of Intel and Shohreh Ahvar, Intel Innovator.
For more information, visit the event webpage.
Date: November 6-8
Place: Berlin, Germany
IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks
This year's IEEE Conference on Network Function Virtualization and Software Defined Networks will include a tutorial titled "Fast Packet Processing Towards Scalable and Agile VNFs," led by Sujata Tibrewala, Muthurajan Jayakumar, Manohar Castelino, and Sundar Vedantham of Intel.
Date: November 6-8
Place: Berlin, Germany
Developing and Managing VNFs for 5G and IoT Use Cases
This full-day virtual conference for the global community of network software developers will offer deep-dive technical discussions, hands-on trainings, and labs on VNF containerization, orchestration, and management; VNF optimizations; and 5G/IoT use case support.
We invite end users and service providers to give us their use cases. We will use these as a call to action to VNF developers and also will design trainings around them so the vendors will be able to work on their VNFs for the December Plugfest. We also invite proposals for talks, sessions, and labs from all our partners.
To learn more, visit the event webpage.
Date: November 13
Format: Virtual Conference
Predictable, deterministic quality of service is a key challenge for NFV adoption, particularly for 5G. In this report by BT* and Intel, get insights gained from BT's noisy neighbor experiments using cache allocation technology and real-world VNFs.
The Exact Match Cache is the first and fastest mechanism used by Open vSwitch (OVS)* to determine what to do with an incoming packet. See its role in the OVS workflow and learn about its key features.
Containers use fewer system resources than virtual machines, and Open vSwitch (OVS)* with DPDK improves packet processing throughput when network traffic is made up of small packets, as is the case with telecommunications environments. This video tutorial series playlist, DPDK in Linux* Containers, walks the viewer through the following tasks, with a link to scripts that enable the user to follow along.
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