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Enabling Telco Cloud & Edge with CAMARA

Dave Duggal, Founder and CEO and William Malyk, Chief System Architect at EnterpriseWeb

Jan 23 2024 | 61 mins

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CAMARA APIs gives developers visibility and control over infrastructure (compute and network); opening the door to a new generation of “smart”, self-managing applications. However, with great power, comes great responsibility. These new interfaces must be secured-by-design to protect telcos and their enterprise customers from exploits. The demo shows how CAMARA APIs can be safely leveraged for exciting new use cases. It features end-to-end security of data in-motion, at-rest and in-memory across cloud, data centers and edge nodes assured by Intel® Trust Authority Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) and Intel® Trust Domain Extensions (Intel® TDX) services. The presentation is based on a 5G MEC Network scenario. The use case is a computer vision application based on OpenVINO triggering calls across a set of CAMARA APIs to support new functional requirements on-demand.

Participating vendors include:

  • - Microsoft (Azure cloud services, including GPT-4);
  • - KX (vector-native, analytics database;
  • - Fortinet (FortiGate, FortiWeb);
  • - Keysight (CyPerf);
  • - Intel (Intel® SGX, Intel® TDX, Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit, Infrastructure Programmer Developer Kit (IPDK), Intel® FlexRAN™ software); and
  • - EnterpriseWeb (no-code automation platform)

Presenters:

- Dave Duggal, Founder and CEO, EnterpriseWeb: Dave has spent his career building & turning around companies. He anticipated the challenges of increasingly fragmented business operations and founded the company to enable to highly-automated and agile digital businesses. Dave is the inventor of 20 US patents on complex distributed systems. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences and an occasional blogger.

- William Malyk, Chief System Architect, EnterpriseWeb: Bill is responsible for the design of EnterpriseWeb’s core technology. He is out of the PhD program at the University of Waterloo’s Cheriton School of Computer Science, studying Generative Technology.