Content posted in May 2015
Pics: Gigabit Cities Live
5/28/2015   5 comments
Network operators, municipalities, local government and enterprises converged on Atlanta for Light Reading's Gigabit Cities Live event.
Carrier SDN in Pictures
5/15/2015   3 comments
About 150 people gathered in Denver this week to look under the covers of Carrier SDN, and probably got more than they expected.
Pics: ITW Hits Chicago
5/13/2015   4 comments
At International Telecoms Week in Chicago, May 10-13, wholesale carrier business was bustling.
The New IP at INTX
5/7/2015   3 comments
The New IP headed to NCTA's INTX in Chicago, a.k.a. The Cable Show, "reimagined."

NFV Orchestration, Infrastructure and VNF
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CSP Attitudes Toward Digital Transformation: A Reality Check
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NFVi - VNF Interoperability Evaluation
Status: Updated December 2016
Click to read test results from 2015

Service Chaining Interoperability Evaluation - Live NFV Interoperability Demo
Status: Completed in May 2016
Click to read the Live NFV Interop Demo Report

To learn how NFVi vendors may participate in the NIA's evaluations, click here.
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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