Blazing Fast Performance with Extensive Programmability – Intel® Tofino™ 2

Presented by

Matthew Roman, Edgecore Networks; John Demay, Intel; Łukasz Łukowski, STORDIS

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* Click on the video to see attachments pertaining to this webinar | During the webinar, you’ll learn about the latest innovation from Intel’s Programmable Switch team, the P4 programmable Tofino 2, and how Edgecore Networks is leveraging this new technology in an innovative new switch design aimed at hyperscale data center operators and use cases, including network telemetry, layer4 load balancing, network packet broker and more. Finally you will learn how about STORDIS and their Academia & Research Program dedicated for P4 and other Programs which are filling the Open Networking gaps. Who should attend? Industries: Service Provider (Communications), Service Provider (Managed Services), Telecommunications, Mobile Operators, Consumer Webtech, Enterprise Webtech and Large Enterprises Primary Roles: CTO, CxO, CIO, Business Operators, Mobile Operators and Partners, All Networking Lovers! Presenters: - Matthew Roman, VP Marketing and Product Management, Edgecore Networks - John Demay, Business Development and Sales, Intel Corporation - Łukasz Łukowski, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, STORDIS
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