The turnkey model is designed to help service providers get into NFV without spending years to build their own telco clouds.
Automation and virtualization reduce costs and time to market for new services. And software allows companies to moving to an “everything-as-a-service” business model.
NEC/Netcracker will wrangle myriad vendors of hardware and software along with some open source code.
ONAP adopted AT&T’s process of VNF validation.
Read the full Netcracker 2017 NFV MANO Report Webinar Q&A: Service Automation is the Operational Goal of SDN/NFV here.
It controls others’ IP and optical SDN controllers.
In order for operators to execute blended service models successfully, a policy-based and predictive analytics-driven approach to end-to-end service management will be essential.
It takes some of the risk out of NFV for service providers.
Who gets the blame when NFV fails?
Physical and virtual networks will have to mix, somehow.
NetCracker is leading the pack, one analyst says.
The Agile Virtual Platform offers NFV as a service.
An earthquake first propelled the operator to virtualize.
If you aren't virtualizing your network, you are missing the boat.
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