Transforming 5G networks with Intel PAC N3000 – Intel Chip Chat Network Insights – Episode 242

 
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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Mobile network operators are undergoing a profound disruption. From SDN & NFV World Congress in The Hague, Netherlands, hear from Harsha Kalkoti, Senior Product Manager for Affirmed Networks, and Ignacio Garcia-Carillo Strategic Business Development Director with HPE.

Harsha highlights Affirmed Networks’ approach to addressing the requirements for 5G infrastructure and the new capabilities that 5G is bringing to the network. Learn more about the software Affirmed Networks is producing to fuel 5G networks, as well as how Affirmed is transitioning from delivering the virtualization of the platform into a cloud native NFVI environment.

Ignacio and his team at HPE are responsible for delivering the best infrastructure for the telecommunication service providers through knowledge of the real problems their customers experience. Hear from Ignacio, how HPE is changing the paradigm through two approaches: network desegregation and massive compute distribution.

Discover the processing power transforming 5G networks with Intel FPGA PAC N3000 (Intel FPGA Programmable Acceleration Card N3000. This state-of-the-art solution for the commercial, standalone 5G core network (5GCN) that demonstrates the 100 Gbps/CPU socket (200 Gbps in the next-gen solution) using a 100 GbE NIC interface and Intel Xeon Scalable processor-based server. The combination of software optimization and hardware acceleration resulted in the phenomenal 20 Gbps/Core.

Visit Affirmed Networks website:
affirmednetworks.com

To connect with HPE sales directly, give them a call here:
hpe.com

Learn more about Intel’s work in network transformation, 5G and edge computing at:
networkbuilders.intel.com

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