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Transforming Communications Networks

  1. 1. TransformingCommunicationsNetworksDisruption and Opportunityin the 21st CenturyJim St. LegerCommunication & Storage Infrastructure Group@Intel_Jim
  2. 2. Intelligent Network Video
  3. 3. Tectonic shiftInternet of Big Data Cloud Services Things Computing Evolution Pervasive compute and communications driving “tectonic shifts”
  4. 4. The Internet of (Every) Things From simple data gathering to analyzing tocontext awareness to pro-active decision making
  5. 5. Big Data – Volume, Velocity, Variety, Value: Business Analytics Will be a Competitive Differentiator Data Growth Unstructured Data 20 PB = HDD capacity manufactured in 1995 39,000 PB =Volume Companies will need to deal with 50x Unstructured data in 2011 more data by 2020 Structured Data 226,000 PB = Forecast unstructured data by 2015 Time
  6. 6. Private Clouds, Public Clouds, Hybrid Clouds:Delivering 24/7 Services to Billions of Connected Devices
  7. 7. Services Evolution – It’s All About YOU It’s what is made possible that brings the user experience to life! TVs Smartphones NotebooksDesktop PCs Gadgets Ultrabook Embedded: Auto, Signage, Etc.
  8. 8. NetworkTransition Network Transformation
  9. 9. Common Requirements Data Communications Centers Network Technical Requirements Business RequirementsPerformance Compatibility Lower CAPEX Service and and Velocity Scalability OPEX
  10. 10. Creates competitive supplyof innovative applications Openby third parties Innovation Network Software Functions Defined Virtualization NetworkingReduces CAPEX, Creates networkOPEX, Space & abstractions toPower Consumption enable faster innovation
  11. 11. Software Defined Networking 3 Strategic Layers Orchestration Automated provisioning, coordination, management of defined services within the DC or Telecom Network (e.g. Virtualization) Controller Manages network control plane to configure network devices, choose the optimal network path for application traffic flows. Node In a network, a node is either a Connection Point (e.g. media gateway), a distribution point (Top of Rack Switch) or an end point (Cloud Server) for data transmissions. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others
  12. 12. “You don’t have to have an MBA to realize there is a problem. We are still ok but not for long…” “SDN is enabling a range of"Clearly we understand the Stuart Elby, applications and bringing new-implication of what is good Chief Technologist, found agility to what historicallyabout it and what are the Verizon Digital Media Servicesthings we need to improve.“ has been a closed and inflexible"Networking is about to be enterprise network architecture” Joe Skorupa, VP, Gartnerreinvented and Cisco will dothat reinvention…“Padmasree Warrior, Cisco CTO “SDN is the most disruptive and transformative trend to hit the networking industry“The network is in my way…” in over 20 years…”James Hamilton, VP, Guido Appenzeller, CEO and Co-Amazon Web Services Founder of Big Switch Networks *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others
  13. 13. Network Functions Virtualization Joint Call For Action to Industry
  14. 14. AddendumA video of the keynote is posted at:
  15. 15. Additional Information Links:China Mobile C-RAN White Paper: content/uploads/CRAN_white_paper_v2_5_EN(1).pdfETSI Network Functions Virtualisation White Paper: in Communications Infrastructure: Processing On Intel Architecture: