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:

  • Andre Fuetsch, Senior Vice President of Architecture and Design at AT&T, talks about AT&T's SDN and NFV play, including their plan to virtualize and software-control 75% of their network by 2020.

  • Andre Fuetsch, Senior Vice President of Architecture and Design at AT&T joins us at the TIA 2015 Conference to talk about AT&T's SDN and NFV play.

  • Virtual test beds that measure the degrees of automation for NFV orchestrated networks are blanketing the industry. TIA NOW talked with one of the pioneers of virtual networking, Martin Casado, inventor of OpenFlow, an enabler of software defined networking, and also the SVP and GM of the Networking and Security Business Unit at VMWare.

  • Manish Singh, VP of Product Management for SDN/NFV at Tech Mahindra, tells TIA NOW how network virtualization has come a long way in a very short time.

  • Franklin Flint, Global Telecom Strategist & Marketing Director for Dell OEM Solutions, wraps up MWC 2015 in the Dell booth. He talks about the importance of how an open source and partner ecosystem facilitates technologies like network functions virtualization.

  • TIA NOW covered Mobile World Congress once again with industry panels, executive interviews and a whole lot of member interaction. Join TIA NOW as we give you a quick look at our coverage at MWC 2015.

  • The NFV value chain is enabling the evolution of a virtualized and agile network architecture. In the Dell TIA NOW studio at MWC 2015 are three players in NFV- Intel, Alcatel-Lucent and Mobile Experts - to tell us about NFV solutions for the telecom ecosystem.

  • An agile communications network can’t operate without an open-source cloud computing software platform. Darrell Jordan-Smith, Head of the Communications and Media Vertical at Red Hat, Franklin Flint, Global Telecommunications Strategist & Marketing Director at Dell OEM Solutions and John Healy, General Manager of the SDN Division at Intel tell us more about their open source cloud solutions for the telecommunications vertical.

  • TIA's CEO Scott Belcher tells TIA NOW why he thinks the industry is shifting as enterprise players and service providers continue to collaborate and partner.

  • What NFV trends are shaping our networks ? Here at MWC 2015 to tell us more about the NFV evolution is Angela Whiteford, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management at Affirmed Networks.

  • Franklin Flint, Global Telecom Strategist & Marketing Executive at Dell OEM Solutions, tells TIA NOW how innovative solutions are limitless as the demand for data centers hits record highs to support Cloud NFV and SDN technologies.

  • Jayanta Dey, CTO of Global Media and Telecom at Wipro, tells TIA NOW about the digital transformation and how SDN and NFV will move the needle forward for industry and consumers.

  • In the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2014 to talk about NFV deployment is Sandra Rivera, Director of Market Development for Communications Storage and Infrastructure Group at Intel.

  • Can your service be replicated by others, especially in his age of open platforms, sourcing and standards? Join TIA NOW as they speak with Franklin Flint, Global Telecom Strategist & Marketing Director at Dell OEM Solutions; Sandra Rivera, Director of Market Development for the Communications and Storage Infrastructure Group at Intel and Darrell Jordan-Smith, Head of Communications & Media Vertical at Red Hat.

  • Globally, fixed and mobile operators continue to be challenged to deliver massive increases in capacity and coverage to service the broadband needs of mobile and residential consumers as well as businesses, who are demanding higher bandwidth services.

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