A Technology Foundation for the Enterprise Network Edge – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 698

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Bob Ghaffari, General Manager for the Enterprise and Cloud Networking Division at Intel, joins Chip Chat to discuss the evolution of networks to meet the needs of the enterprise network edge.

Ghaffari works with customers and partners to ensure that Intel has the right solutions for the cloud and enterprise as networks continue to be virtualized and transformed. In this interview, Ghaffari and host Allyson Klein talk about how Intel is delivering new solutions and architectures to help customers access and move the data they need in an increasingly hybrid- and multi-cloud world. Ghaffari provides an overview of some of the key technologies in Intel’s silicon foundation for the edge, such as Intel Xeon D processors, Intel QuickAssist Technology (Intel QAT), and the Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK). Ghaffari additionally highlights OpenNESS (Open Network Edge Services Software) as a way for customers to deploy edge services more rapidly, especially in a multi-cloud environment. Finally, Ghaffari speaks to trends he’s seeing in edge deployments and the unique challenges involved in securing the enterprise network edge.

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