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It’s a last quarter of 2018 and we can see how extensively leading network equipment vendors, solution providers and communication service providers (CSPs) are moving towards next generation of connectivity network in the form of 5G. This shift leads to growing maturity and development in network functions virtualisation (NFV) technology driven by active contribution by open source communities as well as work around new innovative proof of concepts jointly implemented by commercial vendors, writes Sagar Nangare, a digital strategist at Calsoft.
Telecoms is dynamic, and today it is the companies that digitally transform that have the edge. With constant changes in technology, services, competition and even business models, more communications service providers (CSPs) are looking towards software network virtualisation than ever before, writes Faisal Usmani, the business development and strategy lead for the Communications Business Unit at Cyient Europe.
Virtual network functions (VNFs) are based on the principle of running a network function using software that is decoupled from the underlying hardware, and is a key component of network functions virtualisation (NFV). However, the process of onboarding virtual network functions (VNFs) has become complex and time-intensive, and is in contradiction to the promised benefits of NFV. Oren Marmur, a vice president and head of NFV at Amdocs, believes that communication service providers (CSPs), industry organisations and vendors should support the standardisation of VNF onboarding, in order for the telecoms industry to realise the benefits of NFV.
It’s no surprise that a robust, resilient, and reliable network is one of the most important drivers for business success. Organisations are having to continuously improve their network infrastructure to offer the great experiences their customers expect. Recent changes in the network market mean this continuous improvement needs to go beyond optimisations and extend all the way to re-architecting the network, writes Larry Zulch, the executive vice president and general manager of Savvius, a LiveAction company.
At IBC, Telestream unveils project orchid, a new generation of self-aware, self-healing infrastructures for live streaming
“Our move to self-aware architectures is the most strategically important research & development initiative that Telestream has implemented in the last decade. The results will be significant for broadcasters, content owners and service providers who are ready to aggressively engage in the business of sophisticated, video streaming. (more…)
Simplicity is becoming a major selling point – especially when it comes to IT security, writes Paul German, the chief executive of VoIPSec. As organisations wake up to the huge additional requirements associated with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that comes into force in 2018, any solution that can minimise complexity is compelling.
Service providers everywhere are increasingly turning to virtualisation, writes John English, the senior product manager for service providers at NETSCOUT. In an effort to gain control of service creation, innovate faster in response to evolving customer and market demands, and reduce costs and meet competitive challenges, they are migrating their IP networks from purpose-built to virtualised, software-based platforms.
It’s a pretty safe bet to say that former US President Theodore Roosevelt would have loved machine learning, writes Derek Canfield, the general manager for Business Analytics at TEOCO. He left behind a treasure trove of quotes, but one of his most famous ones is perhaps even truer today than it was for Teddy.
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