Recently we have all heard a lot of buzz around SDN and NFV the last couple of months, for years operators have been extensively discussing ways to realise evolution or revolution of their networks in order to keep pace with the increasing demand for larger capacity, higher intelligence and more innovative services.
It is no surprise that after much discussion and testing, software-based networks have now come out top as the most promising technology for future networks, these buzz-words are here to stay.
However, as the discussion and investment hots up rapidly, operators are left struggling to answer a host of questions that inevitably come from trialing and implementing new technology:
• How can you move from trial phase to fully operational SDN and NFV systems?
• How can you integrate this new technology seamlessless into your network infrastructure?
• How can you reduce time-to-market of new services?
• How can you enhance network performance through SDN and NFV?
• How can you significantly reduce network OPEX and CAPEX?
As operators grapple with making the leap from hardware to software based network architecture, be part of the breakthrough discussion by securing your spot in London this November andbeing part of Telecoms IQ's SDN and NFV European Forum.
Take part in interactive discussion sessions to debate and exchange views with colleagues from all over the globe and discover how to put your business in a position to offer greater values in terms of network intelligence and control. Hear frank case studies from your peers who are trialling SDN and NFV in their organisations. Learn from experts responsible for multiple areas of the network upgrades including architecture, quality assurance, service delivery, transmission, strategy and more.
Operators : €0
All Other Attendees: From €2149 - €3798
Speakers: David Butler Senior RandD Engineer BBC Research and Development, Paul Ceely Head of Network Strategy EE, Robindhra Mangtani Principal Advisor and Project Director: Strategy and Technology Group OFCOM
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