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Edge and 5G: What is in it for the developers?

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5G is not just the next generation of networks but is also an innovation platform for services, applications, and connected devices. Moving services and applications to edge is accelerating services “today”, without having to wait for 5G to happen. But what does it take to develop an application that is ready for the Edge and 5G? What sort of hardware, software and ecosystem can enable an application that is future ready. In this talk we will discuss what is Intel doing in this space not only terms of products and solutions but also acting as an vendor neutral eco system enabler. We will also discuss the opportunities available to developers today no matter where they belong in the ecosystem.

Speaker: Chandresh Ruparel, Director, Ecosystem Strategy and Intel Network Builders

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Edge and 5G: What is in it for the developers?

  1. 1. Telecom Companies count $386 billion in lost revenue Whatsapp – Facebook paid $19 billion for a 55 staff company. – Forbes estimate total revenue of $5 billion – 1.5 billion users as of Feb 2018 with $4 revenue per user by 2010 (1) Skype ▪ Microsoft paid $8.5 Billion in 2011 ▪ Skype cleared $2 billion in annual sales for 2013 ▪ User base of 196 -300 million with two billion minutes of conversation daily over its network (2) We Chat ▪ Launched by Tencent, ▪ 1 billion active monthly users as of Q1 2018 ▪ Users that check the app daily reached 900 million (3) Small developers: Huge Impact
  2. 2. Telecom Companies count $386 billion in lost revenue Whatsapp Facebook paid $19 billion for a 55 staff company. Though WhatsApp's financial statements aren't public (Facebook doesn't break down its revenue by company), Forbes estimated total revenue to be $5 billion and the average revenue per user to be $4 by 2020. As of February 2018, WhatsApp had over 1.5 billion users and sees 60 billion messages sent per day1 Skype Microsoft paid $8.5 Billion in 2011. Skype cleared $2 billion in annual sales for 2013, and its user base has since grown from 196 million to 300 million individuals worldwide with two billion minutes of conversation occurred daily over its network2 We Chat Launched by Tencent, as of Q1 2018, WeChat has 1 billion active monthly users and WeChat user number that check the app daily reached 900 million. More than 100m of users are based outside of China.3 1 https://www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/040915/how-whatsapp-makes-money.asp 2 https://www.investopedia.com/articles/investing/070915/how-skype-makes-money.asp 3http://www.businessofapps.com/data/wechat-statistics/ Small developers: Huge Impact
  3. 3. So what is the next BIG problem to Solve?
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  5. 5. 10-15 year transition, just getting started Note: RAN buildout represented by macro BTS shipments; 2021 onwards illustrative Source: Dell’Oro, Gartner, Intel 5G Network Transition First wave of 5G deployments (’19-’21) 3GPP Release 16 to Release 17 Proliferation of new use-cases (’22+) 3GPP Release 17 onwards Pre-commercial milestones (’15-’18) 3GPP Release 15 Telecom Infrastructure Project founded
  6. 6. 5G is Happening Now T-Mobile, Ericsson and Intel Complete World’s First 5G Call on 600 MHz Intel unveiled new developments across the 5G value chain alongside Baidu, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, H3C, Huawei, Tencent, Unisoc and ZTE * Intel 5G Technology at the US Open with ATT, Ericsson and Fox Sports Intel 5G at 2020 Tokyo Olympics with NTT Docomo after World’s Largest 5G Technology Showcase at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 with KT
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  8. 8. Impact of 5G: Accelerates virtualization Emergence of new services (~200x throughput ~ 1ms latency) Expands wireless infrastructure Proliferation of intelligent devices (~10x more devices per m2) 100x data growth and demand Smart Buildings Manufacturing Transportation Energy Video Healthcare Smart CitiesPublic Sector Retail Logistics Devices/ Things Core Network Cloud Data Center Radio access network IoT and network edge E2E network: “10 Petaflops of compute, 10 Petabytes of storage, 10ms away” Compute 5G is an Accelerant of Compute Across Network
  9. 9. 10 Networktransformationfoundationalto HOME ENTERPRISE/FACTORIES Devices/things Core Cloud/DATACENTER NEXT GENERATION CENTRAL OFFICES VRAN, MULTI-ACCESS EDGE COMPUTING WIRELESS BASESTATIONS WIRELINE FIXED BACKBON E ROUTER INTELLIGENT EDGE COMPUTE ENTERPRISE PRIVATENW Immersive media ACCESS/EDGE NetworkEdge
  10. 10. Software: *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. 11 1. Proven Dataplane acceleration technologies in Network Platform Framework 2. Integration of analytics, media, and networking SW technologies to ease developer adoption and programmability 3. Leveraging and contributing to industry standard interfaces and open source software USE RICH AND FLEXIBLE SOFTWARE FRAMEWORKS FOR FASTER SOLUTION READINESS & DEPLOYMENTS NETWORK PLATFORM FRAMEWORK APPLICATION WORKLOAD CONVERGENCE Industry Standard Interfaces for Efficient, Programmable, Scalable Data Plane (e.g. DPDK, vSwitch) Application & Service Orchestration/virtualization Intel®Xeon™ Processors Intel®Atom™ Processors Intel® FPGA Intel®Ethernet Controller Open Visual Cloud Network Edge SW RAN SW (e.g. ADK, FlexRAN) Network Functions (e.g. CDN, EPC) VPUIntel®core™ Processors Developer Edge Frameworks (eg. AWS, Azure, Baidu, Alibaba) Services (IOT Verticals, Comms, Cloud, Enterprises)
  11. 11. Supporting Global 5G Spectrum Harmonization 5G RF Tuning Ranges with Potential Reach across the Globe 24.5-29.5 GHz 37-43.5 GHz 3.3-4.2 GHz FCC (proposed): 3.7-4.2 GHz (Licensed, NPRM July 2018) 5.925-7.125 GHz (Unlicensed, NPRM exp. October 2018) UnitedStates Low Range: 600 MHZ Mid-Range Gap High Range: 24.25-24.45 GHz 24.75-25.25 GHz 27.5-28.35 GHz 37-40 GHz 47.2-48.2 GHz Europe Low Range: 700 MHZ Mid Range: 3.4-3.8 GHz (or parts thereof) High Range: 24.25-27.5 GHz 40.5-43.3 GHz China Low Range Gap Mid Range: 3.3-3.6 GHz Parts of 4 GHz High Range: 24.75-27.5 GHz 37-43.5GHz Korea Low Range: 700 MHZ Mid Range: 3.4-3.7 GHz High Range: 26.5-28.9 GHz Japan Low Range: 700 MHZ Mid Range: 3.5-4.2 GHz Parts of 4 GHz High Range: 27.5-29.5 GHz Contingent on Regional/WRC Outcome Stringent OOBE on lower edge (24 GHz) and/or guardband
  12. 12. Partnerships: *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. 13 USE INDUSTRY LEADING ECOSYSTEM PROGRAMS TO DRIVE EDGE TRANSFORMATION & ENABLE DEVELOPERS INVEST OPEN SOURCE AND STANDARDS INDUSTRY COLLABORATION INTEL® NETWORK BUILDERS & INTEL® DEVELOPER ZONE 100+POCs/Trials/Deployments Based on Member Solutions 12,000+Intel® Network Builder University Program Members 50+Network Edge Ecosystem Program Members 350+Members 35+Comms SPs 13,000+Developer’s Trained worldwide 251,480+Intel® Developer Zone page views NFVi NETWORK FUNCTIONS VIRTUALIZATION INFRASTRUCTURE UCPE UNIVERSAL CUSTOMER PREMISES EQUIPMENT Intel® Select Solutions for Visual Cloud available Q2’19
  13. 13. 14 Prem Sankar Gopannan Microservices, SDN/Telco/Edge Cloud Architectures Director of Engineering Lumina Networks Frederick Kautz Early Innovation Project Open Network Intelligence Principal Engineer Red Hat Amar Kapadia Co-founder Author OPNFV getting started Aarna Networks Products and services around ONAP 23 NetworkInnovators Trained3908developers
  14. 14. Smart Devices Wireless Technology Access Network Core Network Cloud Accelerate Transition to Fully Virtualized Networks Performance-oriented Clients Across Multiple Market Segments Deliver Solutions for RAN and Network Edge Intel® Ethernet Adapter Intel® QuickAssist Technology Intel® Silicon Photonics Intel® FPGA Intel® Processors & SoCs Intel® 4G/5G Modem
  15. 15. 17 Legal Disclaimers No license (express or implied, by estoppel or otherwise) to any intellectual property rights is granted by this document. Intel disclaims all express and implied warranties, including without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement, as well as any warranty arising from course of performance, course of dealing, or usage in trade. This document contains information on products, services and/or processes in development. All information provided here is subject to change without notice. Contact your Intel representative to obtain the latest forecast, schedule, specifications and roadmaps. The products and services described may contain defects or errors known as errata which may cause deviations from published specifications. Current characterized errata are available on request. Copies of documents which have an order number and are referenced in this document may be obtained by calling 1- 800-548-4725 or by visiting www.intel.com/design/literature.htm. Intel, the Intel logo and Xeon are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others Copyright © 2019 Intel Corporation. All rights reserved.

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