5G Convergence – Intel Chip Chat Network Insights – Episode 279

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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Gibson Ang, VP Technology and Product Management for Casa Systems, Inc., joins Intel Chip Chat Network Insights to explore how 5G’s convergence of wireless and wireline networks will provide subscribers with a seamless experience as they move between wireless and fixed connectivity.

Gibson explains how next-generation connectivity will bring with it increased complexity, requiring operators to support more spectrum bands, protocols and access types; deploy and manage tens of thousands more cell sites; push services closer to users at the edge; and deliver tailored network slices to meet the needs of new use cases. Using a common 5G core, converged service providers can optimize their network resources, lower network costs, and swiftly capitalize on new revenue opportunities.

Learn more about the advantages for operators through Casa Systems and BT’s implementation of a multi-tenancy and multi-access edge compute architecture, with disaggregated broadband network gateway functionality. This proof-of-concept design took top honors for Best New 5G Technology at Broadband World Forum 2019.

Gibson shares how 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors make it possible to transition from using discrete architectures for major workloads (e.g., applications, controls, packets, and signal processing) to a single architecture that consolidates the workloads into a more scalable and simplified solution.

This powerful set of software libraries removes the most-common performance bottlenecks for packet processing software on the Intel x86 platform. It allows Casa Systems to improve the packet processing performance of the solution by more than 10x*, resulting in performance gains that outpace legacy solutions many times over.

Download the whitepaper featuring Casa System’s Axyom Platform visit:

For more information on Casa Systems and to see virtual demonstrations, please see:

Learn more about Intel’s work in network transformation, 5G and edge computing at:

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