Intelligence, Performance, Visibility with Intel® Intelligent Fabric

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Todd Koelling, Director of Marketing and Technology Planning, Intel

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* Click on the video to see attachments pertaining to this webinar To meet the connectivity needs of cloud-native build out using container-based microservices, Intel® Intelligent Fabric plays a key role in Intel’s vision for the Data Center of the Future (DCoF). Intel is collaborating across processors, switches, Infrastructure Processing Units (IPUs), Ethernet adapters, FPGAs, and optical connectivity to bring innovation to data center fabric. Intel Intelligent Fabric delivers intelligence, performance, visibility and control to meet the connectivity needs of Cloud and Edge data centers. Software builds out with OCP SONiC, PINS, P4, DPDK, SPDK and Open Host-INT. At the heart of this move forward is the new Intel® Tofino™ 3 Intelligent Fabric Processor (IFP). Learn how you can benefit from these advances for Cloud and Edge data centers, high performance computing (HPC) and communications service providers (CoSPs) moving to cloud technologies. Presenters: - Todd Koelling, Director of Marketing and Technology Planning, Intel - Babu Peddu, Product Marketing Manager; Barefoot Switch Division, Intel

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