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NFV & SDN reports, articles and presentations

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FREE NFV Reports & Presentations

Free Presentation: CenturyLink Digital Transfromation - What A Long Strange Trip it's Been

Download CenturyLink's presentation from NFV & Carrier SDN 2017.

In particular, this presentation covers topics including: 

  • Key enablers of CenturyLink's network transformation
  • Areas of the business that needed to transform
  • Takeaways and conclusions
Free Report: Virtualizing the Network - What can we learn from Telefónica and Verizon?

Download this report to gain crucial insight from the operator’s perspective exploring:

  • Rethinking the business model

  • Virtualization as a means to generate new revenue

  • Pivotal takeaways from deployment

  • Overcoming the technical challenges to encourage ROI and service innovation

  • and more...

Top articles from Light Reading

Telefonica's Elizondo on UNICA's Promise of Network Automation

Antonio Elizondo, Head of Network Virtualization Strategy and Technology at Telefonica shares insights into the challenges operators have faced in their virtualization journies, how these challenges have been overcome and lessons learned along the way. 

Don't miss Elizondo's keynote presentation at this year's NFV & Carrier SDN show!

Why Cable Is Getting Real About NFV & SDN

Not wanting to be left behind, cable operators are preparing strategies for NFV & SDN and migrating away from purpose-built, centralized hardware. 

This article explores what top cable operators are doing with technology in this space.

Taking the Pulse of NFV in the Mile-High City

Heavy Reading analyst, Jim Hodges, discusses the potential of automation, business and technology transformations and the unrealistic NFV implementation objectives.