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The new business of the network

DiscLV2014_EBC_loc_Image_Wht_RGB_72.pngNetwork Functions Virtualization (NFV) enables communications service providers (CSPs) to introduce new, compelling services quickly and cost-effectively. NFV radically reduces both the costs and the risks of introducing new services. And NFV offers the freedom to respond to market demand faster and try new ideas with limited risk and capital investment. 

 

Join us at HP Discover 2014 where Werner Schaefer – VP, Sales and GTM NFV at HP will review HP's experiences and learnings gained from NFV proof of concept initiatives currently underway, share highlights of innovations from HP Labs, and discuss what’s in store for the year ahead.

NFV: The reality of cost reduction

Chart.jpgAs with any new technology introduction, the decision to deploy Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) by Communications Service Providers (CSPs) will be guided by a realistic business case and not just marketing promises. Fortunately, cost savings can be estimated. And these savings open a new world of opportunity for providers to drive innovation.

 

A sneak peak at an article by Ghassan Abdo,Senior Director of Communication Service Providers for HP Networking in the upcoming edition of HP Industry Edge helps provide some answers. 

The five megatrends facing CSPs this decade, part two

By Ken Howard, HP Enterprise Services Marketing

 

Yesterday, we spoke with Jeff Edlund, CTO for the Communications & Media Solutions industry about the five megatrends facing Communication Service Providers (CSPs). Jeff took us through the first three: big data and analytics, globalization, and social media and communications. We’re continuing to explore the implications of that third megatrend, as well as move on to the fourth and fifth megatrends, today.

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