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Intel Network Platforms Group Strategy Overview Part 2

Join leaders from Intel’s Network Platforms Group as they discuss technology trends and strategy from edge to cloud. This Part 2 will focus on Wireless Access and Radio, Visual Cloud, Core Network, Wireline and Converged Access, and Cable.

- Xiaojun (Shawn) Li, Sales Director, Next Wave OEM & eODM, Network & Communications Sales Org (NCS), Intel Corporation
- Alix McDonald,  Chief of Staff and Business Manager, Intel Network Platforms Group (NPG), Wireless Access Network Division (WAND)
- Mike Downs, Visual Cloud Manager - Partner Enablement and Strategy, Intel Network Platforms Group (NPG), Visual Infrastructure Division & NPG Strategy (VIDS)
- Thuy Nguyen,  Segment Manager – Cable, Intel Network Platforms Group (NPG), Wireline & Core Network Division (WCND)
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