How openness and OSS integration are transforming the service provider business

Guy Daniels
By Guy Daniels

Sep 29, 2016

To embed our video on your website copy and paste the code below:

<iframe src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/9XO41NDpKPw?modestbranding=1&rel=0" width="970" height="546" frameborder="0" scrolling="auto" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Michael Kearns, VP Fixed Network Single OSS, Huawei

The increasing adoption of open networking, coupled with OSS integration, are underscoring a series of changing customer requirements within the service provider business. But as carriers’ businesses undergo a new stage of transformation, enabled by technologies such as SDN, NFV and LSO, plenty of challenges still need to be addressed. For example, the move from early stage proofs of concept to wider and more large-scale deployments could impact service levels. There also needs to be more work to align open source initiatives with open standards. The MEF continues to play a significant and leading role in this evolution process.

Filmed at: MEF Annual Members Meeting, Boston, August 2016

Email Newsletters

Sign up to receive TelecomTV's top news and videos, plus exclusive subscriber-only content direct to your inbox.