Building the Base of a New Network – Intel Chip Chat- Episode 404

September 4th, 2015 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: John Healy, General Manager of the Software Defined Networking Division within Intel’s Network Platforms Group stops by to chat about the current network transformation that is occurring and how open standards and software are integral to building the base of a new infrastructure that can keep pace with the insatiable demand being put on the network by end users. He illustrates how Intel is driving these open standards and open source solutions through involvement in initiatives like OpenStack, OpenDaylight, and the development of Intel Network Builders to create interoperability and ease of adoption for end-users. John also highlights the Intel Open Network Platform and how it has been awarded the LightReading Leading Lights award for being the most Innovative network functions virtualization (NFV) product strategy technology.

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