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Legacy means building a network that will outlive today's needs, and embrace those of tomorrow. Act today [operators , data centre, analysts, enterprises only]
This workshop will address the advantages of implementing a multisevice programmable optical layer from the metro to the access, and how this can breath new life into the existing network. Elevating the existing assets to answer the needs of capacity, reliability and low latency performances of emerging applications in a multi-domain transport-SDN centric environment; the final aim is to reduce TCO without compromises on technology.
The Evolution to Autonomous Self-Driving Packet Optical Networks [operator only]
This workshop will explore how a suite of technologies are coming together to deliver a truly self-driving network: A fully programmable optical layer with intelligent bandwidth and distance trade-off capability; Distributed virtualized functionality; real time network analytics for intelligent decision making; SDN WAN automation and multi-domain service orchestration for autonomous end to end networking and better business decisions;
Our guest speaker Mirko Voltolini will talk about Colt’s seamless 100G Metro/Core/Metro network and how it enables them to offer end to end differentiated high bandwidth wholesales services. He will also share his thoughts on SDN network control.
The New Service-Enabled Optical Network – 5G, IoT, Cloud, and beyond [operators , data centre, analysts, enterprises only]
The New Service-Enabled Optical Network – 5G, IoT, Cloud, and beyond In this private workshop you will hear Nokia’s vision for a service-enabled optical network which addresses emerging 5G, cloud, and IoT applications. You’ll gain an understanding of how network operators can combine open software with agile and scalable transport hardware to form a flexible fabric capable of rapidly delivering services for these emerging applications. The program will include details on the following topics:
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