Technology Brief: iWARP improves network performance at low-cost by using existing equipment, for faster Ethernet speeds, and IP-based management.
Technology Brief: As the data center moves towards a virtualized model, iWARP has emerged to provide low latency 10 gigabit Ethernet technology for increased network performance, remote direct data placement, and IP-based management.
Case Study: China Mobile Shanghai boosts billing efficiency, capacity, and performance with Intel® Xeon® processor E7-based cloud computing platform.
Case Study: China Mobile Shanghai improves billing efficiency, capacity, and overall system performance and reliability while reducing operating costs by migrating to an Intel® Xeon® processor E7-based cloud computing platform.
Explore how workload consolidation enabled by a virtualized Intel® architecture-based platform can transform your network.
Imagine a network built on an open, virtualized Intel® architecture-based platform capable of running every type of workload. One that enables more agility and efficiency, provides faster service deployment, lowers TCO, and improves scalability.Full View >
White Paper: Benefits of network functions virtualization in telecom reference architecture address ETSI virtualization use cases. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
White Paper: Discusses the benefits of network functions virtualization in a telecom reference architecture that address three ETSI virtualization use cases: base stations, function as a service, and mobile core networks. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
Solution Brief: Ericsson Managed Cloud Enablement Services* accelerates deployment of private and public clouds with IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS solutions.
Solution Brief: Ericsson Managed Cloud Enablement Services* provides a “have it your way” solution for private and public clouds, accelerating deployment by supporting Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, and Software as a Service.
Solution Brief: Services running on intelligent base stations enable RAN operators to optimize backhaul and improve user experience. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
Solution Brief: Services running on intelligent base stations featuring Intel® processors enable radio access network operators to optimize backhaul and improve the user experience. (v.1, Feb. 2014)
Platform Brief: Intel® processors with Intel® Communications Chipset 89xxCC Series scale to smaller footprints without sacrificing performance.
Platform Brief: Intel® processor-based platforms with Intel® Communications Chipset 89xxCC Series extend the scalability to smaller footprint systems without sacrificing workload acceleration and compression, multicore processing, and virtualization.
Ease solution development and accelerate SDN/NVF adoption with the Intel® Open Network Platform Server reference design based on open-source software.
Ease solution development and accelerate software-defined networking and network functions virtualization adoption with the Intel® Open Network Platform Server reference design based on open-source software from community projects and Intel.
White Paper: Part two of this series explains the components needed to implement open networks, including frameworks, switches, and designs.
White Paper: Part two of this series explains the hardware and software components needed to implement open networks in virtualized environments, including frameworks, switches, and designs.
Infrastructure scalability is costly and deployment is slow; see how software-defined infrastructure boosts agility and cost-effectiveness.
Explore the three catalysts—Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV), and Software-Defined Storage (SDS)—that make the Software-Defined Infrastructure (SDI) more agile and cost-effective.