Moving to SD-WAN and Other Services Through SDN and NFV

Service providers have begun virtualizing their systems and using off-the-shelf, software-controlled hardware to cut costs and introduce new services faster. Through software-defined networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), you can offer your customers new services such as SD-WAN, on-demand bandwidth, and virtualized security.

The transition to flexible, software-powered services may be inevitable, but it isn’t flawless or quick. A new eBrief from FierceWireless explores the evolution to SDN and NFV. Specifically, it looks at:

  • The network operators leading the change, and the cultural shift and different skillsets required for success
  • The role of SDN and NFV in deploying secure, flexible SD-WANs
  • The key criteria for validating SD-WAN deployments
  • The virtualized enterprise services offered by a few early adopters, and their business benefits and challenges

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