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NFV: An Easier Initial Target than SDN?
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45 minutes + 15 minutes audience Q&A
Operators are headed toward commercial deployments using software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) technology, and many are choosing NFV for their early projects. This webinar explores why operators are finding that NFV is an easier initial target than SDN and features specific use cases, lessons learned, and recommendations for developing NFV projects.
Who Should Attend
Service providers evaluating their NFV strategy, the media, and financial analysts.
Key Topics for Discussion
  • How to deploy NFV today with available technology
  • Moving to the NFV framework as it becomes available
  • Leveraging virtualization benefits now for NFV: Cost reduction, service agility, elasticity
  • Demystifying the migration path: Moving smartly from a closed ecosystem to the open NFV framework
  • Answers to audience questions during live Q&A


  • Michael Howard, Principal Analyst and Co-founder, Carrier Networks, Infonetics Research
  • Ian Maclean, Vice President, Strategy & Marketing, Mavenir Systems
  • JoAnne Emery, Event Director, Infonetics Research (Moderator)

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