NearbyOne Unified Orchestration Framework – Intel Chip Chat Network Insights – Episode 265

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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Nearby Computing is a joint venture fostered by the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, and some of its experienced researchers, plus the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, in partnership with Nearby Sensors and Cellnex Telecom. Nearby Computing delivers advanced services in the fields of IoT, 5G, and fleet management, and specifically for the Edge Computing scenario, using the most efficient techniques in SDN and NFV, combined with other cutting-edge technologies like AI or Blockchain.

Josep Martí, CEO of Nearby Computing joins Intel Chip Chat Network Insights in this interview recorded as a virtual livecast in lieu of MWC Barcelona.

The telecommunications industry is seeking simple mechanisms to unleash the potential of Edge Computing at the core of business operations. The challenge is how to overcome cloud computing underperformance on newly demanded use cases while keeping the cloud’s automation and scalability standards.

Josep explains how Nearby Computing commercializes NearbyOne a unified orchestration framework that automates the integration of multi-vendor solutions, in a secure manner, without interfering with the business logic of industrial services and operations.

Learn how introducing a best-in-class interoperability layer on top of current orchestration solutions for each domain, including several Intel ingredients, delivery times are critically shortened and OPEX lowered. as security and complexity can be controlled and scalability boosted.

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