The Main Agenda: SDN and NFV, How will it benefit the service provider?
Jul 25, 2013
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SDN and NFV are both well-understood frames for what we might call 'programmable networks'. In this first of two TelecomTV Main Agenda panel discussions, Martyn Warwick asks why are we seeing this sudden rush of enthusiasm by both telcos and vendors to engineer what some are calling the biggest change to happen to networking since the arrival of the router. And how will the SP be able to take advantage of this new evolution of the network?
To provide the answers TelecomTV assembled:Professor Ed Candy, Petar Torre, Intel; Marie-Paule Odini, HP; Colin I’Anson, HP.
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