Open Network Edge Services Software – Intel Chip Chat Network Insights – Episode 188

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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Rajesh Gadiyar, Vice President and CTO of the Network Platform Group at Intel, joins Intel Chip Chat Network Insights in this archive of a livecast from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. This interview explores the progress within the telecommunications industry through the early days of network transformation. Rajesh shares the innovation highlights at MWC 2019 as well as the unrealized potential in network infrastructure and what could be implemented to address those gaps in network automation. Discover Intel’s new software stack released this week: OpenNESS – A software platform that offers an easy button approach for developers to create edge services and applications. Additionally, Rajesh describes how Intel is driving network transformation to improve the edge to cloud technology ecosystem.

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open-ness.org

How to get involved with Intel’s open source initiatives:
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DPDK is the Data Plane Development Kit that consists of libraries to accelerate packet processing workloads running on a wide variety of CPU architectures.

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