In this webinar, Netcracker describes the 5 most critical business and technology components that service providers need as they continue to successfully launch new SDN/NFV business initiatives.
Five Critical Steps for Service Providers to Profit from Virtualized B2B Services Webinar
Service providers find themselves in a state of great urgency as the digital revolution has accelerated and they are battling to retain their position as the dominant suppliers of services that enable the world’s largest enterprises. At this critical juncture, operators are undergoing massive transformations in order to overcome limitations of their legacy infrastructure and remain competitive in the digital world.
This transformation toward becoming digital service providers (DSPs) will enable delivery of highly personalized, agile, flexible and automated services to business customers, including SD-WAN, security and other end-to-end offerings. The real challenge comes in delivering seamless orchestration across hybrid networks consisting of both physical and virtual assets. Providers will also need to make sure their more customer-facing processes, such as closed-loop fulfillment and assurance, are updated and optimized to handle services being delivered over a virtualized infrastructure.
In the virtualized B2B services webinar, NEC/Netcracker describes the 5 most critical business and technology components that service providers need as they continue to successfully launch new SDN/NFV business initiatives.
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