High Velocity Clouds" will propel NFV to stratospheric heights

Martyn Warwick
By Martyn Warwick

Aug 18, 2015

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Jai Menon, VP and Chief Research Officer, Head of Dell Research, Dell

Whilst NFV is predominantly applicable to the telecoms industry, it is more than that - especially to the server community. Jai Menon believes that with server workloads constantly increasing over the next three to five years, by 2020 at least a quarter of all the servers in the world will be running NFV. And while common-or-garden clouds will run routine services "High Velocity Clouds" will be needed for packets, provisioning and management and for real-time analytics.

Filmed at ETSI NFV ISG 11, San Jose

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