Obinna (Obi) Egonu, Practice Lead, Network Virtualization Systems at World Wide Technology and Paul Stevens, Marketing Director, Cloud-IoT/Network & Communications Group – Advantech, join Intel® Chip Chat Network Insights in this archive of a livecast interview from the Intel® Network Builders Summit in conjunction with SDN & NFV World Congress in The Hague, Netherlands.
Hear what brings World Wide Technology (WWT) and Advantech together at SDN NFV World Congress, and the challenges facing Service Providers in their network transformation – in particular the User Plane functions.
In this interview, Obi and Paul explain how network function virtualization (NFV) address the gaps and how the Intel® Network Builders ecosystem helps CommSPs accelerate the industry transition.
Learn how the Advantech SKY-8101D server, verified Intel Select Solution for NFVI Forwarding Platform, delivers scalability while reducing complexity for communication service providers. Obi shares how WWT helps mitigate the challenges faced by service providers in their network transformation journey by helping customers discover, evaluate, architect and implement advanced technology lab testing in their Advanced Technology Center and deploy solutions rapidly through global integration centers.
Learn more about Intel’s work in network transformation, 5G and edge computing at www.networkbuilders.intel.com
The Intel Select Solutions for NFVI Forwarding Platform are based on a workload-optimized reference architecture that is purpose-built for high throughput and to provide a single coherent infrastructure for NFV that will enable the 5G rollout over the next several years, by means of network transformation at the access, next-gen central office (NGCO) and core. With pre-validated, pre-optimized solution stacks from a choice of OEMs, the solution can dramatically accelerate deployment and time to new services, while reducing implementation risk for CommSPs.
Read more: builders.intel.com/intelselectsolutions/intel-select-solutions-for-nfvi-forwarding-platform
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