5G Asia: Intel aims to be everywhere in the 5G ecosystem

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Toh Wei Yeang, market development director for Intel’s Network Platform Data Center group

On the road to 5G, it may be the operators and the RAN vendors getting the headlines, but look at almost any given 5G trial in Asia-Pacific (and elsewhere), and you’ll see Intel on the scene, usually courtesy of its 5G mobile trial platform.

But there’s far more to Intel’s 5G strategy than that. Intel has developed a complete 5G architecture – from the device to the core network – that aims to enable “intelligent network transformation”.

Toh Wei Yeang, market development director for Intel’s Network Platform Data Center group, was on hand at the TechXLR8 5G Asia event last week in Singapore talking about that very topic onstage and off – to include in the Disruptive.Asia studio with editor John Tanner. Tune in as Toh explains the “intelligent network transformation” concept, the partner ecosystem Intel is building to enable it, and the importance of taking an open-source approach to this.

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John C. Tanner
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John Tanner has been covering the Asia-Pacific telecoms industry since 1996. He has two degrees in telecommunications, and worked for six years in the US radio industry in various technical and advisory capacities, covering radio and satellite equipment maintenance, studio networking, news writing and production, the latter of which earned him several regional and national awards.

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