CASwell CAR-5056 server switch helps service
providers manage high-volume cloud services using Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, Intel® Tofino™
P4-programmable Switch ASICs, Intel® Stratix® 10 FPGAs.
A technology partnership forged by Intel, IBM, Red Hat and Juniper Networks, provides a forward-looking cloud-native solution to enterprise customers seeking to capitalize on edge-to-cloud services built with standards-based components.
Happiest Minds has developed a framework based on Intel® Smart Edge Open to
extend traffic engineering from the core to the edge in 5G networks. The solution
deploys, configures, and orchestrates network services as containerized cloud-native
virtualized network functions (CNFs) that enable robust network slicing to help providers
meet real-time traffic demands and to meet service-level agreements (SLAs).
Robin’s Cloud Native Platform (CNP) and Multi-Data Center Automation Platform (MDCAP), running on QCT servers powered by 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, introduce hyper automation of cloud native 5G systems. One Tier 1 MNO built its 4G/5G network leveraging open vRAN software and QCT servers with Robin’s CNP and MDCAP. The network uses the Robin platforms to create a cloud native deployment model that is optimized with Robin’s innovative application-aware storage and carrier-grade networking.
Palma provides highly customizable Open RAN platform tailored for urban deployment based on 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, flexible acceleration capabilities, and a variety of synchronization options.
Capgemini’s 5G Smart Road Side Unit (RSU) solution integrates Intel® technologies like 5G FlexRAN and CERA to enable smart city/transportation apps.
This brief discusses Seassoon’s text detection solution which inferences data input for cognitive decision-making. It highlights how utilizing Intel Optimizations for PyTorch and Image
Detection enabled Seassoon to achieve 3X faster Inferencing and avoid the need for a more costly and complex GPU solution.
This document provides an overview of how Intel® Speed Select Technology – Base Frequency (Intel® SST-BF) and Intel® Resource Director Technology (Intel® RDT), when combined and applied locally in a multi-core Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor, contribute to meet the diverse needs of end-to-end energy efficient network slices.
The adoption of Open Radio Access Networks (RAN) disaggregated network architectures bring new benefits and challenges to providers deploying these new models. The disaggregated RAN decouples software from hardware components, and the deployments are broken down into functional elements: radio unit (RU), distributed unit (DU), and centralized unit (CU).
The Galois Field New Instructions (GFNI) introduced in the 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor were designed to accelerate cryptographic and security applications. With some imagination, one of the instructions – the affine transformation instruction - also can be used to perform a host of other useful operations on individual bits within byte elements. In this document we describe how the new instruction works and give numerous examples of how it can be used to implement useful bit-bashing operations for networking and signal processing.