NFV / SDN

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    If NFV is to be realized, it will require strategic partnerships and collaborations. What are the challenges that lie ahead? TIA NOW speaks with Philippe Morin, CEO of EXFO and Matt Beal, Director of Technology Strategy and Architecture at Vodafone, about the road ahead to making NFV a reality.

All NFV / SDN Videos:

  • TIA NOW's host sponsor at Mobile World Congress 2014 talks about their announcement with Red Hat for the proliferation of NFV technologies in the industry.

  • Intel and NSN are leading the industry towards the edge of the network. Watch TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad and luminaries from Intel and NSN talk about the next wave of innovation on the edge.

  • What should attendees look forward to at Mobile World Congress 2014? 5G, the connected car, SDN and NFV will be the headliners at MWC 2014 and all of these technologies have a direct impact on our network. Join TIA NOW as they preview the biggest mobile event of the year.

  • New NFV technologies, security issues and spectrum sharing capabilities are all topics that CTOs and CIOs are discussing and debating. TIA's CTO Council Roundtable 2013 in Austin, TX included all of these topics and more. TIA NOW was there in conjunction with host sponsor Dell OEM Solutions.

  • Intel is an ecosystem enabler, said Sandra Rivera, Marketing Director of the Communications & Storage Infrastructure Group at Intel. TIA NOW talked to Rivera at TIA 2013 about the importance of Intel's technologies in the network.

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    Chris Koeneman, Vice President of sales for ADTRAN's BlueSocket enterprise networks division, talks network virtualization and has the most unusual description of an SDN/NFV Venn diagram.

     

  • Network architectures are experiencing tectonic shifts and industry is following suit as software and hardware companies are integrating new technologies called software defined networking and network function virtualization. Join TIA NOW as they talk with industry luminaries from Intel and Dell while streaming live from the TIA 2013 conference

  • The software-defined networking movement is here. So what will our world look like when we are SDN enabled? The Future of the Network will soon be virtualized as changing cloud architectures and growing business needs require a flexible network environment. But how will industry gain a competitive advantage with SDN? How will the impact of SDN on the network change the way we do business? The Future of the Network is always changing. Where will you be when it does?

  • Growing your business with SDN is an opportunity and a challenge. Complying with open standards can encourage collaboration and still distinguish your products and services.

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