Content posted in November 2014
The New NFV Equation: Agility
Shauli Rozen 11/28/2014 9 comments
The focus of implementing NFV is shifting from cost savings to business agility and the ability to bring services to market faster than ever before.
The New IP Top 5
Elizabeth Miller Coyne 11/26/2014 21 comments
NFV and SDN have been the hottest topics on The New IP over the last two months in addition to the trending issues of cyber security, the Internet of Things, enterprise cloud and industry collaboration.
Food for Thought
Elizabeth Miller Coyne 11/25/2014 4 comments
Powerhouse teams; the Internet; building connections with customers and staff; privacy; engineers; medical monitoring advances; the Internet of Things (IoT). These are just a few of the things The New IP community of contributors and interviewees at AT&T, NTT, Open Daylight, Orange Business Services, Tata Communications, the TM Forum and more are thankful for as we approach the US holiday of Thanksgiving.
Carol Wilson 11/24/2014 49 comments
Collaboration has long been the hallmark of the telecom industry, and that core principle isn't changing in The New IP. But the type of collaboration that this major network shift is creating does seem to be new, and it is coming largely from the operator community.
NFV vs. the Cloud
Kevin Mitchell 11/21/2014 12 comments
In the past, service providers had two choices: build a network or white label someone else's service. Now cloud is an option, and that means cloud sourcing the NFV technology and benefits.
Join the War on Silos
Carol Wilson 11/14/2014 5 comments
Are silos a picturesque part of the farm landscape? Hardly. Not on these pages they ain't! Silos are the enemy of efficiency in the telecom world and must be busted up at all costs!
Taking an Experiential View of the New IP
Tom Nolle 11/10/2014 10 comments
Today 'the network' is whatever connects people with what they want. They don't think of switches our routers, hardware or software. They are buying experiences, and that's a very fundamental change in networking and what separates the "New IP" from the old.
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.