Intel is accelerating NFV adoption with data center technologies that can be used to enable the deployment of virtualized services like customer premises equipment (CPE). This program provides an overview of the key technologies associated with the virtual enterprise CPE (vE-CPE). The courses include an overview of the product and the market; the vE-CPE reference architecture; an overview of key use cases; and a summary of the operational considerations associated with vE-CPE.
This course delivers an overview of vE-CPE. It covers a summary of the existing technology and its limitations, as well as a view of the industry and major players.
This course delivers an overview of the vE-CPE architecture and infrastructure and describes how the various components interact. The vE-CPE security features and storage options are also covered.
This course covers vE-CPE use cases, and various specifications of large, medium, and small enterprises, along with high-end deployment scenarios. Cost breakdowns and total cost of ownership (TCO) are covered for each scenario.
This course covers the operations of vE-CPE, including deployment, service chaining and orchestration. The tools and software for vE-CPE are also detailed.