- Steven Schecter, Akamai
Exploring next gen data center networks
Densification. Densification. Densification. As demand and compute requirements grow, interconnectivity, distributed networks and densification inside facilities must also evolve. How do we provide for the high-bandwidth, high-density and low-latency demands?
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- Understand how the connectivity backbone is evolving to support future needs
- The impact of disaggregation and virtualization on network performance
- Evolution of server architecture to support higher speeds
Episodes streaming live on the 11th and 12th July
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