The group will include technologies like LTE, 5G, fixed, and WiFi.
Network Functions Virtualization
Network functions Virtualization (NFV) offers a new way to design, deploy and manage networking services. NFV decouples the network functions, such as network address translation (NAT), firewalling, intrusion detection, domain name service (DNS), caching, etc., from proprietary hardware appliances, so they can run in software.
SDxCentral's experts continually curate a collection of NFV articles, white papers, videos and other resources to make it easier for members to learn about the concept, use cases and technology.
SDxCentral's Network Functions Virtualization Report provides a great reference resource on the key capabilities to look for in NFV components and solutions and what different NFV companies are offering.
Oracle already provides virtual functions for major telcos.
A new Inocybe Technologies white paper discusses how Vector Packet Processing (VPP) is rising into prominence as a powerful way to invigorate the network.
It won't see the benefits from the new technologies for a quarter or two.
98 percent of the interoperability tests for network service on-boarding and more succeeded.
2016 may be looked at as the year that SDN and NFV really took hold.
In this interview, Gabriele Di Piazza, vice president of solutions, Telco NFV Group at VMware, shares his insights on the biggest trends that he saw at MWC 2017.
The NFVI layer is the foundation for telco virtualization.
They all meet the requirements in processing, networking, and storage capacity.
And should it be called mobile edge computing or multi-access edge computing?
They don’t want the NFV wheel reinvented for 5G.
Service assurance is the missing link in carrier SDN.
SDxCentral will be conducting a registration raffle! FOUR winners will receive complimentary passes for Open Networking Summit 2017.
Radcom carves out a CTO spot; Arista vet steps down.
VMware is taking telecom seriously.