Register Now for Intel® Network Builders Summits!
Join us for three upcoming Intel Network Builders Summits. These exclusive summits will bring to you the latest technologies driving the evolution of network infrastructure as the industry works to meet the ever increase demand of a connected world.
Learn from industry experts on topics surrounding virtualization and automation in the era of cloud and edge. Don't miss the opportunity to share insights with members of the Intel Network Builders community and expand your technical skills with presentations from industry leaders.
Visual Cloud Conference – Amsterdam – September 13
Intel is collaborating with IBC and to host the first ever Visual Cloud Conference where the industry thought leaders will come together to discuss the evolution of Media, challenges, emerging platform requirements and leading edge implementations of Visual Cloud.
Intel® Network Builders University Announces New Intel® Technologies and Platforms Courses
The Intel Network Builders University continues expanding its Intel Technologies and Platforms program this month with the addition of four new courses. These courses introduce various Intel technologies and provide demonstrations and real world examples of how they can be used.
More about the Intel® Network Builders University
There are more than 194 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 Our New Ecosystem Partners and End Users
With more than 300 ecosystem partners, the Intel® Network Builders program continues to grow! We welcome new partners: Corsa Security, HypeVR and WeAR Studio, and new End User: Vodafone Idea Ltd.
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.
Out of the Box Network Developer Meetup – San Jose
September tech talks will include cloud, edge, packet processing and more. Join us in San Jose on Sept 30 to hear from experts at the forefront of the networking revolution. Reserve your spot today
The Immintrin Debug Library
Immintrin debug implements the majority of modern x86 vector compiler intrinsics in C to make debugging of heavy code easier for the developer. By Alexander Komarov.
Adopting Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) for Automation Systems
Create Scalable Solutions to Improve Deterministic Behavior of Industrial Systems with TSN Offerings from Intel. By Vikram Dadwal.
Open Source for the 4th Industrial Revolution
This webinar with Shane Dewing, Sr. Director SW Strategy and Open Source, Industrial Solutions Division, Internet of Things at Intel, introduces the concept of software-defined functions in Industrial manufacturing as part of Industry 4.0, and highlights some of the early trends in the open source software landscape that will help propel the “Intelligent Factory”. By Sujata Tibrewala.
5G Mobile Edge Computing: Redefining the Sports Experience
This paper delves into 5G Edge Computing and the use cases it enables, including Smart Venues. 5G will enable new experiences in stadiums and venues, but what does it take to pull it together? What are the application requirements going to be? What applications and services will such an infrastructure enable? How are venue owners looking at this opportunity? How can the data flows be managed and optimized?
The Role of 5G URLLC for the Future of Mobile Service Providers
Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC), a key feature of 5G networks, optimizes the delivery of data based on different traffic requirements that include latency and reliability. URLLC and Release 16 are the first cases in which the 3GPP standard does not focus on connectivity alone, but in broader end-to-end systems that become platforms for applications across ecosystems. URLLC is also necessary to enable mobile service providers to evolve beyond connectivity and claim a place in the enterprise digitization that is currently progressing across many verticals.
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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 KGPCo, Parallel Wireless, Silver Peak, and Versa Networks
Don't miss these recent and upcoming webinars on the Intel® Network Builders webinar channel:
“Delivering Network-as-a-Service and Hybrid Cloud Visibility with Cloud-First Net,” with Prashant Gandhi, VP and CPO at Big Switch Networks and Bala Ramachandran, Senior Director of Product Management at Big Switch Networks on September 26 – Register Now
“Intel Technology Drives Graphical Desktops On-Premise and from The Cloud,” with Adam Jull, CEO at IMSCAD on September 17 – Register Now
“Mobile Network Performance Problems are About to Get Worse: Now What?” with Diego Lozano de Fournas, Sr. Technical Marketing Manager at Spirent and Ram Garapaty, Sr. Product Manager at Spirent on September 10 – Register Now
“Building a Better vRAN with Open Source Infrastructure,” with Paul Miller, VP Telecom Market Segment at Wind River and Bejoy Pankajakshan, EVP CSO at Mavenir on September 5 – Register Now
“Second Generation SD-WAN – Open and Flexible Infrastructure for the Enterprise Network,” with Andreas Wallberg and Tomas Hedqvist from ENEA – Watch Now
“Kick Starting Virtualization with Mettle 2vBNG,” with Rajkumar Sukumaran, Head of Technology at Mettle Networks and Abraham K. Jacob, Vice President, IP Networking Products – Watch Now
“Micro Detail. Macro Intelligence.” with Tom Foottit, Senior Director, Product Management at Accedian – Watch Now
“The Evolution of Open Network Switch Designs by Edgecore Networks,” with Matt Roman, VP of Marketing and Product Management at Edgecore Networks – 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 @IntelNetwork on Twitter or use the Intel Network Builders hashtag, #IntelBuilders. You can also follow industry leaders from Intel via their Twitter handles.
– Brian Aherne, Director Communications Infrastructure & General Manager Intel Shannon – @aherne_brian
– Caroline Chan, Vice President, Network Platforms Group, and General Manager, Network Business Incubator Division – @CarolineChan5G
– Lynn Comp, Vice President, Network Platforms Group, and General Manager, Visual Cloud Division – @comp_lynn
– Tony Dempsey, Intel Network Builders Ecosystem, Marketing & Operations Manager – @tonydempc
– Rajesh Gadiyar, Vice President, Network Platforms Group and General Manager Architecture & Systems Engineering – @rgadiyar
– Bob Ghaffari, General Manager, Data Center / Network Platforms Group – @BobGhaffari
– Allyson Klein, Director of Marketing, Data Center Group – @TechAllyson
– Bryan Madden, Director of Cross NCLG Marketing Program Office – @maddsey
– Dan McNamara, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Network and Custom Logic Group – @DanRMcNamara
– Renu Navale, Senior Director, Edge Services & Industry Enabling, Network Platforms Group – @RenuNavale
– Jeni Panhorst, Vice President, Strategic Planning & Program Management, General Manager Network Platforms Group – @jeni_p
– Alex Quach, General Manager of Wireline and Wireless Core Networks Division – @QuachAlexander
– Cristina Rodriguez, Vice President, Data Center Group and General Manager, Wireless Access Network Division – @CristinaR_5G
– Dan Rodriguez, Vice President, Network Platforms Group, and General Manager, Network Compute Division – @DanRod2000
– Lisa Spelman, Vice President and General Manager, Intel Xeon Products and Data Center Marketing – @LisaSpelman
– Jim St. Leger, Technology Marketing Manager – @JimStLeger