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How Open Source Enables CSPs to Balance Innovation with Security and Cost Concerns

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Darrell Jordan-Smith Vice President, Global ICT Sales, Red Hat & Ian Hood Chief Architect, Global Service Provider, Red Hat

To be competitive in today’s dynamic digital business environment, organizations must be able to both respond quickly to new demands and anticipate new markets and opportunities. This requires a flexible and agile—but strategicenvironment, one that is not locked into any one vendor or even technology. To lay this kind of groundwork, organizations are increasingly turning to open source. But, of course, not all open source solutions make sense in the enterprise, and certainly not in the CSP environment. 
 
Ian Hood, Red Hat’s Chief Architect for Telco, and Darrell Jordan-Smith, VP of WorldWide Sales for Telco, explain how communications service providers can take advantage of open source to flexibly, securely and costeffectively take advantage of the latest technology innovations.
 
FILMED AT: Mobile World Congress 2017, Barcelona

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