Enabling the Advancement of Edge Services and Applications – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 693

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Jeni Panhorst, Vice President and General Manager for the Network and Edge Platforms Division at Intel, joins Chip Chat to update on Intel’s hardware and software infrastructure for the enablement of edge services.

Panhorst has responsibility for all of Intel’s products and platforms for network and network edge infrastructure, partnering deeply with customers to deliver the capabilities that will define the network of tomorrow. In this interview, Panhorst and host Allyson Klein highlight key technologies advancing the development of edge services, beginning with Intel Atom P5900, a new 10nm System on a Chip (SoC) for 5G radio access networks (RAN). As Panhorst shares, 2020 is expected to see significant growth in 5G deployments. This new SoC delivers on customers’ needs for high performance for packet processing and base station workloads and integrates seamlessly with other Intel network infrastructure products for end-to-end network solutions.

Panhorst also speaks to up-the-stack Intel software investments that make it easier to more rapidly develop and deploy differentiated edge services and applications. Panhorst highlights OpenNESS, Open Network Edge Services Software, an open source reference toolkit that serves as an “easy button” for deploying innovative edge services, and CERA, the Converged Edge Reference Architecture, which brings together OpenNESS and OpenVINO toolkit to accelerate development.

For more information on Intel’s unmatched portfolio of solutions for 5G and edge infrastructure, please visit: networkbuilders.intel.com, OpenNESS.org, and follow Jeni on Twitter at twitter.com/jeni_p.

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