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April 3-5 | San Jose, California
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Wednesday, April 3 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Tutorial: Digital Transformation for the Network - Sponsored by Intel Corporation (Pre-registration Required)

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Opening Remarks & Welcome
Jim St Leger, Director, Open Source, Intel

5G, Edge  and Private LTE Opportunities 
Sujata Tibrewala, Network Community Development Manager, Intel
Christos Kolias, Principal Research Scientist, Orange Silicon Valley

5G is HERE! It represents billions of dollars of network infrastructure investments that start to ramp in 2019. Edge computing is foundational for 5G success that will provide service providers with new levels of efficiency and new revenue streams. The Intel Architecture is foundational for delivering 5G and Edge (wireless and wireline) solutions efficiently.  This session will provide the information you need to help utilize Intel technologies and solutions for 5G and Edge success by learning how Orange Silicon Valley’s (OSV)’s “Private LTE” PoC and testbed for Radio-Access Network (RAN) can be deployed to provide new business use cases that lead to upside revenue.

Going Beyond Virtualization: Cloud Native deployments using containers with OpenShift and Intel Architecture 
Dana Nehama, Solution Manager, Intel
Marc Curry, Senior Principal Product Manager, Red Hat

Customers are looking beyond basic network virtualization and pursuing the promise of full cloudification of the network. The journey toward cloudification will utilize containers and Kubernetes deployments. There are many ways to construct bare-metal and cloud-native deployments that will be implemented in modern day enterprise and next-generation telco use cases. Come hear how Intel and Red Hat have collaborated and worked with the Open Source community to deliver new capabilities making containerized high-performance networking use cases ready for prime time.

Securing the Platform in Edge Computing
Heqing Zhu, Product Manager, Intel

Network and Computing are converging in the era of edge computing. Many believe the edge will be a vulnerable location for an increase in cyber attacks. In this talk, Intel will share the essential security technologies that will help protect edge platforms and will highlight HW Root of Trust, Secure Boot, and a new open source initiative and the next generation processor family will be discussed to share details for Platform Attestation, workload protection, threat detection utilizing advanced platform telemetry and machine learning.

A Hitchhiker Guide to Machine Learning Applications for “Intelligent Network” – Present, Near Future and Nirvana
Uri Elzur, SDSG Networking CTO, Intel

The exponential growth in network capacity has been in the headlines. With new and exciting use cases being added to our daily lives, the strain on service providers has become a real-time challenge. As these operators work to integrate virtual machines, containers, and microservices into their infrastructure, they also need to attain infrastructure agility, faster application deployment, and optimized total cost of ownership. Machine Learning (ML) will be a big help. Come learn and explore more about ML, the benefits and related questions: What are the standards and PoCs that are starting to evolve. How will the new ML functionality interact with MANO? Is "Intent-based Networking" related to ML? When will ML be available? What are the industry latest ML developments and more?

Closing Remarks
Uri Elzur, SDSG Networking CTO, Intel

Wednesday April 3, 2019 9:00am - 12:00pm
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