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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. 

SDN and NFV: A Q&A with HP’s Dave Larson

Mobility1.jpgUntil recently, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) have been struggling with inflexible networks built with vertically integrated silos that are physically chained together. This makes it hard to scale—up or down— and difficult to create new services.

 

In preparation of the publication of the HP Industry Insight eZine—and HP's presence at Mobile World Congress 2014—we offer a sneak peak at what HP’s Dave Larson, Chief Technology Officer of Networking, has to say about Software-Defined Networks working in tandem with Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), enabling CSPs to open new revenue streams and offer new services.

Tags: HP CMS| NFV| SDN

Network cloud formations: making the most of service providers’ new capabilities

Attend HP Discover session BB3024 to hear from Stuart Elby, Vice President, Network Architecture and Technology at Verizon, as he explores how technologies like cloud, SDN and advanced network orchestration help them meet customer demand.

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