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Software-Defined Infrastructure on Bare Metal Boosts Performance

White Paper Published By: Intel
Intel
Published:  May 19, 2017
Type:  White Paper
Length:  6 pages

An unprecedented level of network traffic is driving enterprises and communications service providers (CommSPs) to look for equipment that delivers greater operational agility and economics.

The industry is responding with equipment that implements network functions virtualization (NFV) on highvolume, industry-standard servers. A key enabler of this approach is the Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK), supported and originally developed by Intel, which greatly improves packet processing throughput on these servers.

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infrastructure, data, software, nfv, intel, network architecture