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Network market success is on the edge, literally

Facing two network market truths, carriers must focus on metro networks with big pipes connecting cloud data centers at the edge to keep costs in line with incoming revenue.


SDN and NFV standards address technology, not benefits

Evolving SDN/NFV network standards address the technology but don't help operators understand potential operational efficiencies and increased service revenues.


Software models to create next-gen network operations

Modernizing OSSes and BSSes to transform networks operations would be faster than changing the network itself and would save money before SDN and NFV savings start kicking in.


NFV and SDN symbiotic in network infrastructure design

NFV and SDN work at different layers of new network infrastructure designs. And together, they can drive change in creating virtual devices and flexible network connections.

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