Software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) has become a significant enterprise initiative over the last few years and one of the foundational elements of these solutions is the universal Customer Premises Equipment (uCPE) platform. This program provides an overview of the key technologies and benefits associated with uCPE. Courses in this program include an introduction to uCPE and Edge computing; explores the journey from SD-WAN to uCPE; discusses the needs and benefits of flexible multi-cloud solutions at the Edge and examines how uCPE is simplifying infrastructure.
Larry Horner, Intel Solution Architect, Universal Customer Premises Equipment (uCPE) and Edge Computing. He begins by exploring how we landed on uCPE and Edge by looking at the challenges that traditional WAN presented to Enterprise customers - particularly the security and performance issues. Finally, he will talk about the need for internet access.
Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, takes us on a journey from SD-WAN to uCPE. This course includes an introduction to SD-WAN, a discussion on the virtualization of traditional networks and will explore the benefits of uCPE.
Larry Horner, Intel Solutions Architect, will discuss the need, benefits, and flexibility businesses can gain by moving to multi-cloud.
In the final course in this series, workload consolidation use cases for uCPE at the Enterprise Edge and how uCPE is simplifying infrastructure will be examined. Discover how to simplify business protections with Security-as-a-Service and how Intel is making IOT management easier with Intel® Secure Device Onboarding.
In this course, Sab Gosal, Segment Lead, uCPE Edge Platforms, Network Platforms Group at Intel, examines how to reduce latency for a variety of applications by leveraging uCPE and edge computing. Learners will discover the technology behind the solution and Intel’s role in the delivery of this service. This course is part of a five course series introducing Network Edge use case opportunities, challenges, and solutions aimed at monetization of edge services.