Finding your packet performance sweet spot Multicore software design options for high performance communication systems

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    Link to archived webinar http://tinyurl.com/7m3sfrc

     

    This webcast was originally broadcast on:
    Tuesday, December 13, 2011 12:00 PM  EST / 9:00 AM PST

     


    In the Networking, Telecom, and Communications equipment business,  packet performance is one of the most critical requirements Service  Providers and Operators use to measure your products against the  competition. How fast, how intelligently, and how efficiently your  network element handles data packet processing has a direct effect on  the end user experience and an Operators ability to monetize new  services. 

    Designing network elements that can deploy today and scale for  future networks is no easy task.  Network elements must be designed to  handle exponential user growth and new services heading for the Cloud.   Using multicore software techniques to find your packet performance  sweet spot is now key to designing competitive products that deliver the  breakthrough performance, scalability, and the intelligence to enable  new services.

    Join Intel and Wind River for a technical look at the multicore  software design options available today that can dramatically improve  packet performance and system scalability.  The webinar will analyze  three different multicore approaches, the benefits and the limitations. 

    What You Will Learn:

    • Identifying and resolving know system bottlenecks
    • Design considerations for Symmetrical vs. Asymmetrical multicore processing
    • The advantages of adding the Intel Data Plane Development Kit to Linux SMP
    • Achieving maximum performance and scalability with an fully  integrated asymmetrical architecture like the Wind River Network  Acceleration Platform

    Who Should Attend?

    • Software Architects
    • Software Engineers
    • Product Managers
    • Network System Architects
    • Service Providers/Operators technical decision makers