March 2015 Intel® Chip Chat Podcast Round-up

In March, we started off covering the future of next generation Non-Volatile Memory technologies and the Open Compute Project Summit, as well as the recent launch of the Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1500 Product Family. Throughout the second half of March we archived Mobile World Congress podcasts recorded live in Barcelona. If you have a topic you’d like to see covered in an upcoming podcast, feel free to leave a comment on this post!

Intel® Chip Chat:

  • The Future of High Performance Storage with NVM Express – Intel® Chip Chat episode 370: Intel Senior Principal Engineer Amber Huffman stops by to talk about the performance benefits enabled when NVM Express is combined with the Intel® Solid-State Drive Data Center Family for PCIe. She also describes the future of NVMe over fabrics and the coming availability of NVMe on the client side within desktops, laptops, 2-in-1s, and tablets. To learn more visit:
  • The Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1500 Product Family – Intel® Chip Chat episode 371: John Nguyen, a Senior Product Manager at Supermicro discusses the Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1500 Product Family launch and how Supermicro is integrating this new solution into their products today. He illustrates how the ability to utilize the small footprint and low power capabilities of the Intel Xeon Processor D-1500 Product Family is facilitating the production of small department servers for enterprise, as well as enabling small businesses to take advantage of the Intel Xeon Processor Family performance. To learn more visit:
  • Innovating the Cloud w/ Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1500 Product Family – Intel® Chip Chat episode 372: Nidhi Chappell, Entry Server and SoC Product Marketing Manager at Intel, stops by to announce the launch of the Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1500 Product Family. She illustrates how this is the first Xeon processor in a SoC form factor and outlines how the low power consumption, small form factor, and incredible performance of this solution will greatly benefit the network edge and further enable innovation in the telecommunications industry and the data center in general. To learn more visit:
  • Making the Open Compute Vision a Reality – Intel® Chip Chat episode 373: Raejeanne Skillern, General Manager of the Cloud Service Provider Organization within the Data Center Group at Intel explains Intel’s involvement in the Open Compute Project and the technologies Intel will be highlighting at the 2015 Open Compute Summit in San Jose California. She discusses the launch of the new Intel® Xeon® Processor D-1500 Product Family, as well as how Intel will be demoing Rack Scale Architecture and other solutions at the Summit that are aligned with OCP specifications.
  • The Current State of Mobile and IoT Security – Intel® Chip Chat episode 374: In this archive of a livecast from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Gary Davis (, Chief Consumer Security Evangelist at Intel Security stops by to talk about the current state of security within the mobile and internet of things industry. He emphasizes how vulnerable many wearable devices and smart phones can be to cybercriminal attacks and discusses easy ways to help ensure that your personal information can be protected on your devices. To learn more visit: or
  • Enabling Next Gen Data Center Infrastructure – Intel® Chip Chat episode 375: In this archive of a livecast from Mobile World Congress Howard Wu, Head of Product Line for Cloud Hardware and Infrastructure at Ericsson chats about the newly announced collaboration between Intel and Ericsson to launch a next generation data center infrastructure. He discusses how this collaboration, which is in part enabled by Intel® Rack Scale Architecture, is driving the optimization and scaling of cloud resources across private, public, and enterprise cloud domains for improved operational agility and efficiency. To learn more visit:
  • Rapidly Growing NFV Deployment – Intel® Chip Chat episode 376: In this archive of a livecast from Mobile World Congress John Healy, Intel’s GM of the Software Defined Networking Division, stops by to talk about the current state of Network Functions Virtualization adoption within the telecommunications industry. He outlines how Intel is driving the momentum of NFV deployment through initiatives like Intel Network Builders and how embracing the open source community with projects such as OPNFV is accelerating the ability for vendors to now offer many solutions that are targeted towards function virtualization.

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