Vik Malyala; Michael Ocampo & Bill Chen, Supermicro; Alex Mui, ASTRI; Chandresh Ruparel & Terence Nally, Intel
Vik Malyala, Senior Vice President, FAE & Business Development , Supermicro
Michael Ocampo, Product Manager, Supermicro
Bill Chen, Product Director, Supermicro
Alex Mui, Director of Networking Software, ASTRI
Chandresh Ruparel, Director, 5G/Wireless Core Infrastructure Segment, Intel
Terence Nally, Global Wireless Segment Manager, Intel
5G User Plane Function (UPF) is a fundamental component of a 5G Core (5GC) infrastructure and mobile technology. 5G infrastructure revenue is forecasted to reach $26B by 2020, with the 5GC network quickly becoming an $8.4B industry by 2024 on its own.
Supermicro's BigTwin™ systems lead the market in high-performance, high-density computing for HCI applications, with four powerful nodes in a single 2U rackmount form factor. Discover how the BigTwin Architecture can help accelerate Cloud-Native UPF to accelerate 5G applications with high availability, self-healing orchestration, and monitoring capabilities.
This segment will dive into how Supermicro’s 5G Core Reference Architecture topped the charts for Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) User Plane Throughput per 1RU. In partnership with Intel, Supermicro was able to optimize CPU utilization and set record breaking 5G performance, while improving efficiency and predictability with lower latency and jitter.