Webinar: Growth for Network Equipment Providers in challenging economic times How network equipment providers (NEPs) and hosted services (PAAS) on multicore processor technology are creating a new business model that is revolutionizing how services are delivered to customers.
Now available on-demand | Duration: 1 hour
Virtualization on new multicore processor platforms is opening up opportunities for network equipment providers (NEPs) to deliver new features and functionalities to the service provider customer base.
At its core, Platform as a Service (PaaS) cuts costs and the difficulty of evaluating, buying, configuring, and managing all the hardware and software needed for custom-built applications. As compute platforms evolve in core and edge networks, there is still a need to optimize processing hardware and software solutions for end-to-end communications. The webinar will discuss how NEPs can continue to grow revenue in challenging economic times.
In this webinar we will examine:
PAAS and ARPU – old versus new business models
Meeting new challenges for performance vs. power consumption
Securing tenants per platform (PAAS)
Self servicing and other requirements
New and future multicore virtualization roadmaps
Network processing: content insertion, extraction, filtering, and analysis
PAAS Case Example: M2M connectivity management
Sven Freudenfeld, Business Development for the Communications Product Business Unit, Kontron Sven Freudenfeld is responsible for Business Development for the Communications Product Business Unit at Kontron focusing on the telecom vertical market, that includes the AdvancedTCA, MicroTCA, AdvancedMC, and Communication Rackmount product lines. Sven possess more than 15 years experience in voice, data, and wireless communications, having worked extensively with Nortel Networks in Systems Engineering, Sanmina-SCI in Test Engineering, and Deutsche Telekom in Network engineering.
Bhupesh Agrawal, Product Marketing Manager, Intel Corporation Bhupesh Agrawal is a Product Marketing Manager for Xeon platform solutions in the Comms. & Infrastructure group of Intel Corporation. Specializing in communications, medical, military and aerospace and industrial, he has been with Intel since 2001 and has served in various engineering and marketing positions across various international sites of Intel. Bhupesh received a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from University of Delhi, India and an MBA from Arizona State University.