Network Functions Virtualization a Mainstream Trend – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 388

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Lynn Comp, Director of the Market Development Organization for the Network Products Group at Intel, stops by to chat about the advances that have been made in network virtualization and flexible orchestration enabling applications to be spun up within a virtual machine in minutes instead of months. She outlines how Intel is driving network transformation to a software defined infrastructure (SDI) by enabling network orchestrators to more rapidly apply security protocols to virtual applications. Lynn also highlights how enterprises are already employing virtualized routers, firewalls, and other aspects of network functions virtualization (NFV) and that NFV is already a mainstream trend with lots of reference material and applications available for enterprises to utilize.

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