One or More Wireless Network Edges – High Level Networking
Join Larry Horner, a Senior Systems Architect and Principal Engineer at Intel, for an introductory course on 5G and Private Networking at the Network Edge. Dive into the intricacies of defining private 5G wireless networks, uncovering challenges and trade-offs with macro networks, including seamless handoffs and emergency services. Explore carrier spectrum intricacies and costs while gaining insights into the mult...Watch Video
5G Standards – Part 1
In this course, Larry Horner, a Senior Systems Architect and Principal Engineer at Intel, traces the evolution of G networks. The course explores the pros and cons of utilizing different Gs in potential use cases and the concepts of disaggregation and virtualization in networking, emphasizing control/user plane separation, scalability, the shift from hardware to software-based deployment, and how this enables the ...Watch Video
5G Standards – Part 2
In this course, Larry Horner, a Senior Systems Architect and Principal Engineer at Intel, explores Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and its impact on enhancing data processing speed, data sovereignty, and network flexibility in private 5G environments. It delves into standards like eCPRI and various private network configurations while emphasizing how spectrum allocation, frequency bands, and licenses shape netwo...Watch Video
Intel Knows DOCSIS : Primer on Intel’s vCMTS Reference Data Plane
The road to 10G in the cable market is paved by DAA (Distributed Access Architecture) and virtualization. In the next year or two, Cable MSOs will offer multi-gigabit symmetric broadband service with DOCSIS 4.0. Software-based CMTS running on data center servers powered by Intel CPUs enable the cable industry to exponentially grow their DOCSIS network capacity at a fraction of the cost to protect their market lead...Watch Video
Overview of 4th Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors
Learn about the rich set of platform enhancements made to the next generation Intel® Xeon® processor, driving improvements in performance, energy efficiency and return on investment (ROI). We then discuss how the Reference Architecture enables multiple deployment options, how it can be simply and automatically provisioned by using Ansible scripts and how it is supported by Experience Kits, a set of collaterals,...Watch Video
Intel® Network Builders University is a free and publicly available educational resource for Intel partners, customers and students interested in Intel technologies and digital transformation as the industry transitions to cloud and edge architectures.
The university includes a broad collection of online content and face-to-face technical training to help technical professionals in the network industry to improve their knowledge of key Intel® technologies, industry trends, and technical aspects of NFV deployments.
In this course, Petar Torre, Lead Architect for Telco Infrastructure at Intel, takes a deeper look into how Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) is able to provide significant performance advantages over standard network virtualization methods.
In this course, Ian Bartlett, Intel Solutions Architect, notes that even with cloud computing, there is still a need for Customer Premises Equipment (CPE). These devices are able to provide services for customers that historically required many pieces of hardw...
In the final course of the Intel Network Academy program, Petar Torre, Lead Architect for Telco Infrastructure at Intel, describes how Intel® QuickAssist Technology accelerates cryptographic functions, and how this can be leveraged in a wide variety of use ca...
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