Santa Clara October 4-5
Hyatt Regency Hotel 2nd floor Mezzanine
The Linley Processor Conference brings together industry leaders, technical topics and sessions, and the opportunity to network with peers. The agenda covers processors and IP cores used in embedded, communications, automotive, IoT, and server designs.
Senior Product Marketing Manager, NXP
Senior Product Marketing Manager for NXP's Digital Networking Group, focusing on the development of high-performance multicore processors in the QorIQ Layerscape family. He has also held roles as system architect and applications engineering manager for network processors. Mr. Foster holds an M.S. and B.S. in electrical engineering from Harvey Mudd College.
Enabling Enterprise-Class vCPE and Multi-Access Edge Computing
Building on its momentum in SOHO and central office settings, NFV is coming to high-end enterprise routers and the access network. Processors for enterprise-class virtual CPE (vCPE) and multi-access edge computing (MEC) require a different balance between performance and power consumption than either SOHO vCPE or classic NFV workloads. At the same time, these processors must all be compatible and based on an open architecture to enable the distributed intelligence that characterizes the new virtual network.