NFV / SDN

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    TIA's CTO Council Meeting in Dallas, TX created several important points on how to tackle the challenges in the digitization of our networks, applications, hardware and software. Joining the discussion are David Tennenhouse, Chief Research Officer at VMware; Kevin Shatzkamer, VP, Service Provider Solutions and Strategy at Dell EMC, Adam Drobot, Chairman at OpenTechWorks and Amit Tiwari, VP, Strategic Alliances and Systems Engineering at Affirmed Networks.

All NFV / SDN Videos:

  • GENBAND CEO David Walsh discusses how RTC can give carriers an edge.

  • Brian Bronson, CEO of Radisys, talks with TIA NOW's Abe Nejad at Mobile World Congress 2017 about real use cases for NFV that have been demonstrated, and his belief that operators are now less reticent to adopt virtualized network technologies.

  • There are opposing opinions about the long term value of NFV by some in the wireless industry and TIA NOW will cover both sides of the debate for and against the role out of software-defined and virtualized networks. Joining us in the TIA NOW Studio is Norman Fekrat, Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer at Lemko, a software company enabling next-generation mobility.

  • As the telco industry is helping to build carrier-grade, integrated and open source reference platforms for the NFV community, it doesn’t come without its challenges. Ildiko Vancsa, Ecosystem Technical Lead at OpenStack talks with TIA NOW about the next steps to create an ecosystem of NFV platforms, applications, management and orchestration systems.

  • RIFT.io's VP of Marketing tells TIA NOW about the two major issues that both vendors and operators need to solve together in order to make NFV the de facto networking architecture.

  • To give us an overview of the current and impending trends in the 2016-2020 edition of the MR&F are John Jackson, Program Vice President for Mobility Research at IDC and John Jacobs, VP of Market Intelligence and Strategy for TIA.

  • Jeff Baher, Senior Director of Service Provider Solutions at Dell EMC, talks to TIA NOW about the shift in the service provider space as compute in the core moves to the edge of the network.

  • Tord Nilsson, Director of Global Marketing at Dell EMC, tells TIA NOW where we are on the journey towards network function virtualization, and what the effect is of merging EMC and Dell with respect to telecom.

  • What is the best way to enable service providers to deploy virtual network functions at scale, and open opportunities for new revenues and a reduced time to market? An end-to-end NFV infrastructure solution is the answer, but it has to have the right ingredients. On this edition of TIA NOW’s NFV series, we explore a few ways to increase network optimization, reduce costs and deliver quick deployments, with Dave Ward, Chief Architect & CTO of Engineering at Cisco.

  • How do orchestration and automation in the network provide coordination, scaling, installation and configuration capabilities for NFV? On this edition of TIA NOW’s NFV Series to answer these questions is Prodip Sen, CTO of Network Functions Virtualization at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise.

  • NYU Wireless Founder Ted Rapport discusses the new possibilities with more spectrum following the FCC's Spectrum Frontiers ruling.

  • Nick Maynard, Program Director at the National Science Foundation, discusses the importance of bringing universities and corporations together to drive innovation and speed to market for wireless apps and services, through research platforms in several cities across the U.S.

  • Selina Lo, President and CEO of Ruckus Wireless, talks to TIA NOW about transforming the network of today to a more agile network of tomorrow.

  • Sprint's VP of Technology Ron Marquardt talks to TIA NOW about the technology and human enablers of 5G.

  • Marcus Weldon, President of Bell Labs and Corporate CTO at Nokia, tells TIA NOW how the collaboration between industry research, academic research and government uncovers new apps, services and technologies that otherwise may not have been discovered.

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