Pics: NFV Numbers Demonstrate Its Disruptive Role
7/6/2016

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A Multi-Billion Dollar Baby
Service providers will spend $12 billion in NFV deployments by the end of 2020, a report by RnRMarketResearch finds. When combined with SDN, the total grows to $18 billion, the firm predicts. During this time, service providers' NFV expenditures primarily will focus on evolved packet core (EPC)/mobile core; customer premise equipment (CPE); content delivery network (CDN); policy control: transport networks and IP multimedia subsystems (IMS), according to RnR. 
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Service providers will spend $12 billion in NFV deployments by the end of 2020, a report by RnRMarketResearch finds. When combined with SDN, the total grows to $18 billion, the firm predicts. During this time, service providers' NFV expenditures primarily will focus on evolved packet core (EPC)/mobile core; customer premise equipment (CPE); content delivery network (CDN); policy control: transport networks and IP multimedia subsystems (IMS), according to RnR.

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