Using open source-based NFV infrastructure to ensure vCPE service flexibility, performance and cost-efficiency, while adding business value with service chaining.
The network edge plays a crucial role for the success of new services such as vCPE. In this on-demand session, we discuss how NFV infrastructure software can ensure service flexibility, performance and cost-efficiency, while creating new business value based on capabilities such as service chaining.
Enea describes how a lightweight NFVI software platform based on open source can provide the foundation for vCPE agility and innovation, thanks to high networking performance, mixed virtualization technologies (KVM and/or Docker containers), and complete VNF lifecycle management.
Intel shares the latest architecture optimization and performance enhancements on x86 processors, with a special focus on key success factors for NFV at the network edge, such as throughput and memory footprint.
•Nicolas Bouthors | Chief Technical Officer | Qosmos a Division of Enea
•Chandresh Ruparel | Director, Ecosystem Strategy and Intel Network Builders, Network Platforms Group | Intel
•Paul Parker-Johnson | Principal Analyst | ACG Research
During the on-demand webinar, you’ll learn:
- Using open source-based NFV infrastructure to ensure vCPE service flexibility
- Performance and cost-efficiency
- Adding business value with service chaining
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