I caught up with Alex Quach, Vice President of Network Platforms Group & General Manager of Wireline and Core Network Division at Intel Corporation. We conversed about their latest announcements around their new 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and their latest Atom P5900 System On Chip (SoC).
In the conversation, we went a little deep and learned what is intel Xeon scalable processor is and its capability to meet today’s rising demand for complex workloads like Hyper-scale Virtualisation, Big Data, Cloud, AI and ML, and the broad segments of Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Software Defined Infrastructure (SDI).
We further discussed the critical details around the new Intel P5900 SoC (Atom) and where it fits into the Intel portfolio, especially its capacity to quickly meet the requirements of a wide range of new & emerging technology and industry solution requirements like Edge Networking, Edge Computing, Intel 5g strategy, Wireless & Telco, the IoT & packet switching environments, IoT solutions for industries and plenty more.
Alex even shared his thoughts into Intel’s 5G strategy and execution framework from industry and ecosystem engagement, through to customer commitments, internal and external comms, product planning, PR and marketing strategy, how the latest & upcoming technologies around 5G are opening up thrilling new markets, the current state of NFV adoption in the Wireless Core and customer demand for new services.
At the end of the discourse, he also conveyed his insights into key trends he is observing in the industry shift to Cloud Native solutions and Service Based Architecture design patterns, an overview of Intel’s NFV & Cloud Networking performance solutions, the broad adoption of Software Defined Infrastructure and Software Defined Networking, as well as how is Intel supporting Carriers & Service Providers in their need to address the balance of Performance and Density and the constant challenge for service providers to accomplish reduced time to market as well as ROI.
The video was created in association with Intel.
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