Download a copy of SDxCentrals 2016 Future of Network Virtualization & SDN Controller Report and watch the accompanying HPE webinar.
HPE 2016 Future of Network Virtualization & SDN Controller Report Webinar: Infrastructure Programmability for the Telco Cloud
Network functions virtualization (NFV) is driving communications service providers (CSPs) to improve the flexibility, scalability, and responsiveness of their inter and intra datacenter networking infrastructure. CSPs are looking to software-defined networking (SDN) controllers to support these new network requirements.
In the webinar, we share our findings from the new SDxCentral Report: 2016 Future of Network Virtualization and SDN Controller, and shed light on – what is driving SDN adoption, current capabilities of SDN controllers, use cases, market dynamics, and more.
Bala Thekkedath, Director of Marketing – Telecommunications from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, will then provide insight from a vendor’s perspective into CSP requirements and HPE strategies for successfully implementing SDN in CSP networks.
From the webinar, you’ll take away that:
- CSPs can leverage SDN solutions to enable more programmable networks to maximize returns on NFV.
- Ensure your SDN solution delivers carrier grade availability, scalability, and reliability.
- Carrier Grade SDN solutions help to implement a variety of NFV use cases including Data Center Networking, Consumer Broadband, Enterprise vCPE.
Watch the Infrastructure Programmability for the Telco Cloud webinar and download the presentation slide to hear the vendor’s perspective on successfully implementing a software-defined network for communication service providers.
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