Enterprise Customers expect to take full advantage of Network Function Virtualization (NFV) on communications service provider networks. These networks want to support cloud and IoT developers to be able to build, deploy, and manage a new wave of 5G and edge services that can be readily migrated from the cloud to the edge network and the on-premise edge.
The Open Network Edge Services Software (OpenNESS) platform addresses these concerns. It abstracts the complexity of the network and provides an easy "Network button" approach to "network-as-a-service" capabilities for the developer.
Join Intel's Webinar, OpenNESS: Powering the Network Edge, and learn how the OpenNESS software platform is enabling a new wave of services innovation at the network's edge.
Chris is a network transformation specialist and an industry veteran. He has worked with leading service providers for more than 27 years.
First as the CTO and now CEO for Smart Edge, Bob Pike’s focus is on developing Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) for Enterprise. His ability to skillfully lead the Smart Edge Team (product architecture, business value and scaled deployment) is advancing Enterprise Mobility and Service Provider offerings through high-value edge “use cases”.
Prakash leads the Edge Services segment within the Network and Custom Logic Group in Intel, where he and team are building critical technology solutions to accelerate the next wave of Edge Computing.