Most Commented Content posted in June 2015
CenturyLink's Three Tenets of Transformation
Elizabeth Miller Coyne  
6/25/2015   50 comments
At Light Reading's Big Telecom Event, Jared Wray, CenturyLink, talked about the need for automation programmability and accessibility to support a New IP way of doing business.
Generation Cloud & the Mighty Thumb
Ari Vänttinen  
6/29/2015   32 comments
Consumers have digital and communications services providers under their thumbs – quite literally. Today, mobile is the preferred platform for communications, commerce and productivity, and it drives the fortunes and failures of businesses in all industries, especially telecommunications.
In the Clouds: New Services for NFV & SDN
Tom Nolle  
6/23/2015   28 comments
Service providers will have to push intra-cloud bits to realize the New IP opportunity -- and they can't dodge the need to become cloud players any longer.
Poll: SDN's Many Benefits
Elizabeth Miller Coyne  
6/26/2015   20 comments
SDN's benefits are wide reaching and include flexibility, cost savings, scalability, service innovation and support for the cloud, according to a recent poll on The New IP.
BTE: New IP Wake-Up Call
Dan O'Shea  
6/10/2015   18 comments
During her keynote at BTE, Christine Heckart of Brocade stressed the importance of building networks to be dynamic, rapidly scalable, open and automated.
Inside Out: Migrating Mobile to the Cloud
Kevin Fitchard  
6/22/2015   18 comments
Software is eating the mobile network, but it's starting its meal in a very specific place. As wireless carriers embrace SDN and NFV, they're looking first to their mobile cores and moving outwards to their radio access networks.
An 'Orchestration Zoo'
Mitch Wagner  
6/11/2015   14 comments
The 'orchestration zoo' is limiting NFV benefits for network operators.
Optimizing Data Centers With SDN & NFV
Oliver Lindner  
6/26/2015   13 comments
NFV and SDN allow enterprise data centers to achieve greater agility, and give data center managers the flexibility and scalability to anticipate changing market demands.
The New IP Agency Lifts Off
Elizabeth Miller Coyne  
6/12/2015   10 comments
Light Reading kicked off The New IP Agency, a new non-profit organization and antidote to the standards activity confusion around NFV and SDN.
SDN's Big Hurdles Budge – but Slowly
Elizabeth Miller Coyne  
6/16/2015   4 comments
SDN is moving beyond the hype as mobility and cloud demand push service providers to find a way to scale their networks when ARPU is mostly flat –- but challenges still abound.
SDN & NFV Drive IoT
Elizabeth Miller Coyne  
6/18/2015   2 comments
An agile, highly automated New IP network enabled by SDN and NFV could justify the business case for IoT according to a panel of industry experts at BTE in Chicago.

NFV Orchestration, Infrastructure and VNF
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NFVi - VNF Interoperability Evaluation
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Service Chaining Interoperability Evaluation - Live NFV Interoperability Demo
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Andrew Dugan, acting Chief Technology Officer at Level 3, discusses the service provider's SDN success and plans for NFV.
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Dave Ward, Cisco's CTO of Engineering and Chief Architect, outlines his vision for the future of virtualization.
AT&T's Doug Nassaur discusses interoperability and virtualization during BCE 2016 in Austin.
Lynn Comp, senior director of market development for the Network Platforms Group for Intel, outlines her vision for the future of virtualization.
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