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Enterprises require agile, intelligent, simple, reliable and full-portfolio products and solutions on their way to digital transformation. As a leading digital solutions provider, New H3C Group is committed to be the most trusted partner for our customers to achieve business innovation and industrial upgrades. Li li, VP of New H3C Group, will share our understanding of NV& SDN solution which has already been applied in hundreds of local cases. Li will also talk about H3C AD-Net 3.0 integrated with AI technology.
- Are we closing in on the initial drivers for NFV and SDN investment?
- Starting down the right path: what to virtualise first and how?
- Where did you initially have concerns and what obstacles did you encounter?
- How did you overcome technical challenges?
- How significant a role has SD-WAN come to play?
- What hybrid/interim solutions have been used to bridge the gap to virtualization?
- Are we starting to build a picture of the process between traditional and virtual networks?
- Have you any advice to offer other operators? If you were to offer a few key takeaways, what would they be?
Through this session, HPE will present its Open Telco Software Defined Infrastructure for optimized and highly distributed data centers supporting next generation networks.
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- Has there been a drop in enthusiasm of NFV/SDN development?
- Are some operators getting cold feet? Why?
- Re-assessing the opportunities and challenges of virtualization
- How can their concerns be addressed?
- What realistic effect is NFV/SDN deployment expected to have on business success in the next 5 years, compared with initial expectations?
- Have we learned anything unexpected?
- Navigating the short-term
- The role of Open Source Platforms
- How cohesive is the industry?
- Standardising the networks of the future
- Achieving an end-to-end service in a in a multi-vendor environment
- What impact does this have on MANO?
- Can we expect a “Virtualization Gap” – how will time-scale variation across APAC regions effect virtualization deployment?
- How will this change the relationship between operators and vendors?
- How is increasing network complexity effecting security concerns?
- What changes are required to security architectures?
- Ops models from other carriers
- How SDN and NFV can be used to meet customer business requirements
- What are some real life and concrete challenges associated with such deployments?
- What are some of the key learnings and recommendations for those technologies moving forward?
This presentation will discuss recent research on current service assurance systems and how they relate to the industry’s most widely discussed technology topics today – Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning. We also introduce the concept of Small Data – using active testing and monitoring to provide direct answers to the relevant service quality questions and as the prerequisite high quality data inputs for effective Big Data and Machine Learning processes.