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Program Overview

The Network Edge program within the Intel® Network Builders University focuses on accelerating network edge solutions for both enterprises and communication service providers. As an integral part of the advancement of 5G and network transformation, the network edge program aims to speed the development, deployment, and adoption of edge-centric technologies.


In this course, Chandresh Ruparel, Director of Ecosystem Strategy and Intel Network Builders Program, Data Center Group at Intel Corporation, examines how to use video analytics to prevent accidents in a retail or enterprise environment. Learners will discover the technology behind the solution, the role of edge computing and how Intel can help facilitate partnerships and make the most of these opportunities. This course is part of a five course series introducing Network Edge use case opportunities, challenges, and solutions aimed at monetization of edge services.


In this course, Chandresh Ruparel, Director of Ecosystem Strategy and Intel Network Builders Program, Data Center Group at Intel Corporation, examines how to use video analytics to reduce product defects in manufacturing processes. Learners will discover the technology behind the solution, the role of edge computing and how Intel can help facilitate partnerships and make the most of these opportunities. This course is part of a five course series introducing Network Edge use case opportunities, challenges, and solutions aimed at monetization of edge services.


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.


In this course, Martin Hendess, Product Marketing Manager with the Visual Cloud Division at Intel, examines how to reduce latency for cloud gaming by leveraging network edge computing. Learners will discover the difference between frame streaming and command streaming, the role of edge computing and how Intel can help facilitate partnerships and make the most of these opportunities. This course is part of a five course series introducing Network Edge use case opportunities, challenges, and solutions aimed at monetization of edge services.


In this course, Jennifer Horvath, Business Development Manager at Intel, examines how to reduce loss or spoilage of perishable products due to equipment failure while maintaining regulatory compliance through edge computing. Learners will discover the technology behind the solution, the role of edge computing and how Intel can help facilitate partnerships and make the most of these opportunities. This course is part of a five course series introducing Network Edge use case opportunities, challenges, and solutions aimed at monetization of edge services.


This course provides and introduction to OpenNESS and a brief review of edge computing concepts to put OpenNESS in context and provide a foundation for future training.


This course covers how the OpenNESS toolkit can be used to deploy edge services, targeted at system operators and software developers. We recommend watching the OpenNESS course “Introduction” prior to taking this course.


This course covers the components and microservice architecture of the OpenNESS toolkit. It also covers the controller and edge platform APIs. We recommend watching the OpenNESS courses “Introduction” and “Concepts and Use-Cases” prior to taking this course.


This course shows how an application is deployed on the Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS) platform interacting with the OpenNESS controller. We recommend watching the OpenNESS courses “Introduction”, “Concepts and Use-Cases” and “Architecture” prior to taking this course.


This course presents a walkthrough of the source code of a sample application in Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS). We recommend watching the OpenNESS courses “Introduction”, “Concepts and Use-Cases”, “Architecture” and “Application Deployment” prior to taking this course.

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