"The NIA will help us to get a cleaned-up picture of standards and implementations."

-- Axel Clauberg, Vice President of Transport, Aggregation and IP and Fixed Access, Deutsche Telekom --
"NIA will shorten our cycles for the RFPs, the testing, and for seeing who does what, and what works with whom."

-- Nico Fischbach, Director of Strategy, Architecture and Innovation, Colt Technology Services Group --
"BT supports VNF-NFVI interoperability testing by the NIA. We are concerned with the growing diversity of NFVI and specializations that limit the portability of VNFs. This growing diversity leads to increasing operational complexity and costs."

-- Peter J. Willis, Chief Researcher, BT --
"The Cloudification of Network Functions and the change in our production models is probably the biggest transformation ever hitting the Telco industry. In a world build on Open Standards and Open Source, testing and integration remains a major effort - an independent entity like NIA driving this can deliver huge value to us as network operators and our vendors."

-- Axel Clauberg, VP of Transport, Aggregation and IP and Fixed Access, Deutsche Telekom --
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Alison Diana, Ambassador, New IP Agency, 6/24/2016
It's been a historic week: Britons voted to leave the European Union, the Cavaliers brought a championship to Cleveland and Orlando began trying to heal from the massacre at the Pulse nightclub. The world of telecom had its share of news too.
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Gal Ofel, Head of Software Solution Product Line Management, Telco Systems, 6/24/2016
It's no secret that communication service providers see distributed NFV as a cost-efficient alternative to expensive physical networks and existing customer premise equipment (CPE).
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Tom Nolle, Founder & President, CIMI Corp., 6/22/2016
With recent initiatives like AT&T (with ECOMP) and Verizon with its new architecture whitepaper, operators have stepped up to describe in detail how they plan to build the network of the future. Central to both their models are two facts -- they want to wrestle control of networking from equipment vendors, and they don't think evolving SDN and NFV ...
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Alison Diana, Ambassador, New IP Agency, 6/21/2016
Typically, when there's complexity in computing, the industry creates standards. But in the case of virtualization, standards have run amok, with more than three dozen organizations focused on virtualization standards alone.
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Alison Diana, Ambassador, New IP Agency, 6/17/2016
Optical satellite service provider Laser Light Communications became the most recent member of the New IP Agency this week.
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Dave Larson, Chief Operating Officer, Corero Network Security, 6/17/2016
The New IP is the next evolution for carrier networks, allowing Internet providers to move from a fixed infrastructure to a more elastic, automated and distributed environment driven by SDN. The move to an all IP network and leveraging enhancements such as SDN/NFV and virtualization will invariably lead to broader revenue service opportunities and faster ...
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New IP Agency, , 6/15/2016
Nokia's Steve Vogelsang discusses the complexity of NFV and how the New IP Agency (NIA) can help hack a path through the virtualization jungle.
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Alison Diana, Ambassador, New IP Agency, 6/14/2016
AT&T's Doug Nassaur discusses interoperability and virtualization during BCE 2016 in Austin.
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Alison Diana, Ambassador, New IP Agency, 6/10/2016
It's the end of the week -- and the beginning of this week's news roundup, which finds our inbox stuffed with service provider updates.
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