In this course, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, explains how the network is being transformed from end to end starting with smart-devices all the way to the core network and to the cloud. He discusses how the infrastructure hardware and the handling of workloads will change due to the advent of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).
In this chapter, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, explains how the network will need to transform, the areas of digital transformation for Communications Service Providers (CommSPs) and the barriers to a rapid digital transformation.
In this course, Intel’s Lead Architect for Service Provider Group, Petar Torre, discusses what network transformation design principles look like, and how does it impact processes of organizations within communications service providers.
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV): Communications Service Providers (CommSPs) and the NFV Transition
In this course, Petar Torre, Lead Architect for Telco Infrastructure at Intel, discusses the benefits that Communications Service Providers (CommSPs) have seen from Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), including reductions in both capital and operational ex...
In this course, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, introduces how 5G will impact core network elements, such as the Evolved Packet Core (EPC) and IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). He then digs deep inside IMS to further illustrate the true impact of 5G to ...
Dan Rodriguez, Vice President Data Center Group, GM Network Compute Division at Intel, begins this course by welcoming you to the Intel Network Academy. Later, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, provides an overview of how 5G and the Internet of Things (...
In this course, Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, describes how network slicing is used to allocate the resources of the network and to categorize them according to the needs of the devices in the network. He also covers how the Internet of Things (IoT)...
In this course, Julian Ramos, Intel Solutions Architect, gives an introduction to 5G and explains how the extreme requirements of ultra-low latency, massive network coverage, and high bandwidth capacity can be mitigated using network slicing. Slicing allows th...
This course discusses the future of enterprise cloud networking, network as a service (NaaS). The student will learn what NaaS is, receive an understanding of some of the current NaaS providers and develop an appreciation for the Intel advantage for networking...