Rank #1: ETSI’s role in NFV standardisation
Intelligent Networking: ETSI is playing a fundamental role in the development of NFV standards, ensuring interoperability between device vendors and collaboration with other industry groups. As work progresses during the ninth NFV meeting in Prague, TelecomTV asks the ETSI Director General about the accomplishments to date and his expectations for the adoption of the the technology.
Aug 03 2015
Rank #2: Intel’s Aha moment: carrier-grade NFV for the enterprise
Intelligent Networking: If you use carrier-grade as your design-point you realise there are a lot of enterprise segments you can tackle as well, such as financial services, Sandra Rivera explains to Martyn Warwick. She talks about how she’s glad that infrastructure is getting its turn in the limelight this year at MWC; how important IoT is going to be; and how too much is made of the friction between the big OTT players and big service providers. With a programmable network, she says, the ground-rules change. “You have now created a platform for innovation whether it comes from upstream with the content providers or downstream with the users… if you create that environment the innovators will come.”
Aug 07 2015
Rank #3: Proof of Concept: Build VNFs for Transcoding With Intel Media Server Studio
Intelligent Networking: Virtual video transcoding for OTT and live/linear video content: Delivering maximum streams/density per RU for mobile video consumption as well as speech transcoding for cloud-based media processing for C-RAN and vRAN network functions, shown on Artesyn GPU-accelerated SharpStreamer edge platforms with Vantrix software.
Aug 10 2015
Rank #4: For NFV openness is the first requirement
Intelligent Networking: NFV is a clear trend and will profoundly change the telecom industry, Leo Ma tells Martyn Warwick. The hardware is being de-coupled from software and Huawei is ready to embrace this new principle with Fusion Engine, but telecom performance requirements must be considered. The first requirement in this new world is to be open, the second is to ease deployment for carrier customers and to those ends Huawei is working with VMware and the OpenStack community.
Aug 04 2015
Rank #5: HP turns to the NFV ecosystem for its proof of concept
Intelligent Networking: With 23 NFV proofs of concept and a growing partner ecosystem, HP is demonstrating to communications service providers the value and viability of NFV solutions. Having access to the open source and open software community is also benefiting providers and network operators, as work continues on defining the necessary NFV frameworks and standards.
Aug 06 2015
Rank #6: Trusted Bare Metal – What’s That?
Software Defined Infrastructure: You are a cloud user who wants bare metal for performance forging the security benefits of virtualization. All the OpenStack services, such as, Nova, Keystone, and Glance, all run on bare metal.
Jul 27 2015
Rank #7: What should we take into consideration to build a production OpenStack Cloud?
Software Defined Infrastructure: The journey of cloud architecture evolvement combined with cost saving consideration and how we do the trade-off based on limited resources to finally achieve an Enterprise level high availability OpenStack production with low cost.
Jul 29 2015
Rank #8: Ericsson and Intel team up to take telcos to cloud scale
Jul 31 2015
Rank #9: Use Cases: Demonstrating the Potential of NFV
The Network Transformation Video Podcast Series, hosted by Intel’s Jim St. Leger, tackles some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities in transforming the network. Watch this episode to learn more about the potential of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) use cases, including: Virtualized Enterprise CPE (vE-CPE), Virtual Evolved Packet Core (vEPC), Gi-LAN and IP Multimedia System (IMS).
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Oct 21 2016
Rank #10: Telco Cloud: Delivering Services at Cloud Speed
The Network Transformation Video Podcast Series, hosted by Intel’s Jim St. Leger, tackles some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities in transforming the network. This episode covers Telco Cloud, which takes advantage of the unique distributed nature of telco data centers and networks, allowing ecosystem players to capitalize on improvements in performance, reliability, security, and manageability with the appropriate mix of technologies from both telco and cloud. Telco Cloud leverages the best of telco and cloud technologies to accelerate Network Transformation.
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Oct 05 2016
Rank #11: Communications Service Providers: The Case for Business Transformation
The Network Transformation Video Podcast Series, hosted by Intel’s Jim St. Leger, tackles some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities in transforming the network. This episode covers the case for business transformation for Communications Service Providers (Comms SPs), describing how advances in virtualization and cloud technologies are shifting the landscape. Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) technologies are transforming communications networks and an ecosystem is being cultivated to ensure successful deployments. This episode also features Steve Saunders, founder of Light Reading, providing his perspective on these exciting changes in the industry.
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Sep 20 2016
Rank #12: Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization Changes Everything
Jan 03 2016
Rank #13: Intel Open Network Platform (ONP) for Servers Overview
Dec 28 2015
Rank #14: Intel at Small Cells Summit, London 2015
Oct 06 2015
Rank #15: Data Plane Development Kit Demo at Mobile World Congress 2015
Software Defined Infrastructure: Intel is enabling NFV to deliver on its flexible and efficient infrastructure promise. This demo showcases multiple Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) packet processing virtual machines (VMs) running on industry standard high volume servers.
Sep 08 2015
Rank #16: Cisco Systems and Intel Corporation: NFV Partnership
Aug 31 2015
Rank #17: 2015 Big Telecom Event: Intel Accelerating Network Transformation
Aug 17 2015
Rank #18: Telemetry: The Foundation for An Intelligent Cloud
Software Defined Infrastructure: Telemetry and full-stack instrumentation, combined with analytics and actuation and the orchestration system itself enables service providers and application developers to easily access advancements and specialisations in the platform and middleware, ultimately benefiting the consumer with better service at lower cost.
Jul 24 2015
Rank #19: Software Defined Infrastructure: Provisioning and Managing OpenStack Cloud
Software Defined Infrastructure: OpenStack is an open source project to enable enterprise and service provider building their own IaaS infrastructure, and it is fundamentally changing the landscape of enterprise IT.
Jul 21 2015
Rank #20: Software Defined Infrastructure – A Gateway to Faster Innovation, Lower Costs
Jul 20 2015