Arm is fundamental to next generation network infrastructure and distributed cloud systems - Sponsored By Arm

  • Brian Jeff, Arm

Hyperscale data center and telco operators are evolving their platforms to enable a world of 1T connected devices, secure networks, and fast growing distributed cloud computing. A 100x increase in connected devices, driven by new IoT deployments, will require a network that can address the backhaul challenges of this increase in connected devices, while simultaneously enabling lower latency responses from networks to enable new applications such as robotics, medical, automotive V2x, and smart cities with 5G wireless technology. Those challenges require deployment of compute capability at the network edge, with low power and smart offload of networking, storage, virtualization, and ML processing – all with an abstracted software model that enables orchestration of functions to the right location in the network. In this talk, Arm will outline a technology roadmap that is specifically built for distributed cloud and 5G networks that deliver this edge computing capability. The future is cloud native, containerized, and offloaded from main data center compute, even as the main compute needs in mega data centers continue to scale. Arm is building a software ecosystem, a collection of IP, and a partnership that enables edge to cloud designs for this new infrastructure using a variety of processors, acceleration blocks, interfaces, and optimized systems. The new infrastructure will be designed with an “edge -in” heterogenous approach. The transformation in network infrastructure and cloud computing has already begun, and Arm technology is fundamental to continuing transformation of computing.

  • Date:Wednesday, October 17
  • Time:1:30 PM - 2:20 PM
  • Location:Meeting Room 211A/C
  • Session Type:Sponsored Session
  • Room:Meeting Room 211A/C
  • Pass Type:All-Access Pass, Expo Floor Pass