EnterpriseWeb will be presenting a demo, poster and lightning talk at the upcoming ONF’s P4 Workshop, April 24th and 25th in Santa Clara, California.
The company submitted a paper, “Intent + Programmable Networking = Self-Optimizing Edge” based on it’s award-winning Intel 5G RAN testbed project. The testbed features an all-star team of Networking and IT leaders: Intel, Red Hat, Fortinet, Keysight, KX, Tech Mahindra and EnterpriseWeb.   
The use-case implemented in the testbed is a secure edge gateway, with a user plane (i.e. data path) consisting of an Intel® Ethernet Controller E810 (supporting P4, ADQs, and IPDK/DPDK network programming), passing packets through the ONF Aether ACS for SD-RAN (supporting OpenRAN interfaces) and the ONF Aether ACC for SD-Core (supporting 3GPP 5G interfaces), with both the user and data planes secured by firewalls provided by Fortinet.
EnterpriseWeb provides an enhanced SMO which continuously and dynamically configures both the data path components at the application level (example: via a 3GPP A1 interface to the near RT RIC), and the data path itself (example: using a P4 Language interface on the Intel NIC) in reaction to changing network state. The SMO is combined with AI/ML capabilities provided by KX, to form a service-oriented SON which flexibly picks up all vectors from the testbed (across all levels and domains, events and telemetry), and signals EnterpriseWeb to make adjustments to optimize performance.
 Intel guest blog “EnterpriseWeb and Partners Demonstrate Autonomous and Sustainable 5G RAN Networks at MWC 2023”, https://networkbuilders.intel.com/blog/enterpriseweb-and-partners-demonstrate-autonomous-and-sustainable-5g-ran-networks-at-mwc-2023
 Intel webinar “EnterpriseWeb Intel 5G RAN testbed stage 3”, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwXZEfHwUqM
 Interview on theCube at MWC23, https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=P4KxyGTeJMI
 Application Device Queue (ADQ), an advanced network programming capability supporting application-specific steering and other packet shaping capabilities leveraging optimized application threads.
 Enhanced in that it works holistically, end-to-end, considering all Telecom domains (i.e., RAN, Core, Transport) and layers (i.e., OSI 1-7) of the solution, implemented using a 100% model-driven no-code approach.