Intel is in the process of making a big push into the IPU space with the release of the Mount Evans silicon. This is the place to be for building out what will probably become the infrastructure glue that ties together the server platforms in on-prem installations and “cloudy” infrastructures. To that end, beyond the power of the hardware involved, there is also a strong orientation towards ensuring that the developer community has the required tools to leverage these new capabilities.
You can read all about the new Mount Evans IPU in two recent Tech Talks from Gestalt IT:
- Intel Mount Evans Infrastructure Processing Unit
- Developing for the Mount Evans Infrastructure Processing Unit
On the subject of Intel's IPU development, Intel's VP of the Network and Edge Group and GM of Ethernet Products Group Patty Kummrow joined Daniel Newman for a conversation for a recent episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast.
The conversation dives into:
- Highlights from Intel InnovatiON
- An exploration into IPU and why Intel is excited for this new adventure
- The drivers of IPU development and the role it plays in end-to-end network
- Why storage innovation is so critical for our current ecosystem
- A look into the future of IPU development and what listeners should expect next
Be sure to check out the complete episode below.
You can also listen to the interview here, or on your favorite streaming platform.
About our experts
Patty Kummrow is the VP of the Network and Edge Group and GM of Ethernet Products Group at Intel Corporation. She is a global leader with deep experience in silicon design, P&L management, strategy and business development, product delivery, and organizational development across large (2000+) global teams. You can find her on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Daniel Newman is a founding partner and Principal Analyst of Futurum Research and the CEO of Broadsuite Media Group. Living his life at the intersection of people and technology, Daniel works with the world’s largest technology brands exploring Digital Transformation and how it is influencing the enterprise. Find him on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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