HPE & Intel OpenNFV Ecosystem Demo – Network Agility & Boosting Profitability with vCPE
“No longer are the days of introducing a service and letting it go through your life cycle for one to two years.” – Misbah Mahmoodi
Thank you for joining us in this journey with the HPE partner ecosystem event series. This is only the beginning of this series of webinars & DemoFriday brought to you by the HPE OpenNFV & Intel Network Builder program to highlight the value of open ecosystems & the value provided by the partners of that ecosystem.
The central question of this F5 vCPE Demo is not only how can NFV help you achieve network agility but how can it work with services like vCPE to help you increase profitability as well as subscriber quality of experience. With the onset of 4G networks and as operators prepare for 5G scaling and keeping up with the growth rate is a concern amongst operators. Such concern is further justified by the surge of video & the insurgent ramifications for traffic.
This event shows the path to how operators can tackle the top pressure points triggered by IoT such as:
- Signaling capacity
- Connection rates
- Data plane scalability
Misbah Mahmoodi Senior Product Marketing Manager (Service Providers Unit) at F5 Networks kicks off the DemoFriday with NFV market trends. Following that comes a review of the top use cases primarily around vCPE.
Last but not least comes the awaited F5 vCPE Demo presenting the operator’s perspective of vCPE potential. F5 will demonstrate virtual network services in an end to end ETSI NFV architectural framework. The HPE NFV Orchestration (HP NFV Director) and F5 Virtual Network Functions (VNF) that provides virtual ADC, virtual Firewall and virtual DNS network functions delivering vCPE services will be featured in this F5 F5 vCPE Demo.
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