The communications industry is facing a tenfold increase in wireless traffic between 2011 and 2016. More than ever, service providers must efficiently scale their networks to deliver high-quality user experiences and new revenue-boosting services-all while tightly managing capital and operating expenses. Intel offers flexible and scalable solutions designed to meet these challenges.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) are enabling network functions to be consolidated onto standard, high-volume servers, switches and storage, thereby reducing equipment and operational costs, and time to market for new services.
Network operators, TEMs and ISVs can accelerate the development of a software-focused network using open source APIs and reference designs from Intel.
This paper explores the challenges of deploying virtualization and SDN in Telecoms Networks. It describes the Carrier Cloud Telecoms initiative, a joint program between Intel and Tieto*, which explores the key R&D challenges and possible approaches central to cloud realization in the telecoms domain.
Learn how the flexibility and scalability of Intel® architecture improves subscriber experiences, reduces network complexity, and decreases capital and operating expenditures.
Enabling dynamic on-demand response, combining collaborative radio and cloud infrastructure.
Distributing data to Intel® architecture-based intelligent small base stations speeds data delivery.
Media processing architecture meets bandwidth demand with cost-effective, efficient solutions.
Overview of the Intel® Platform for Communications Infrastructure
To get performance and programmability, network service providers use RouterBricks.
Microcell maker Ubiquisys uses Intel® technology’s compute power for mobile application performance.
Evolved packet core networks on a single Intel® architecture enable flexible, faster, wireless clouds.
Maximize packet throughput and workload performance while minimizing development time.
What happens in the space of one Internet minute? Well, for starters: Six million Facebook pages are viewed, 30 hours of video are posted on YouTube...
Connecting the internet of things through the use of common Intel® Architecture
Intel® IVI Reference Design offers a fully connected, charge anywhere, metered electric vehicle.
Demo: Watch this overview of how in-vehicle infotainment enables richer, dynamic user experiences. (3:39)
NI manager Eric Brauel covers the Intel®-based PXI platform performance increases and savings.
Intel® Embedded architecture Video promotes proactive security, simplified manageability, and seamless communications. (2:00)
Denmark is on track to produce 50% of its energy by 2020 sustainably using intelligent systems by Intel.