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    Leveraging more programmable networks based on SDN principles that support an operator's need to grow their business is what these panelists discuss with TIA NOW from TIA's Connectivity Jam.

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  • Andre Fuetsch, Senior Vice President of Architecture and Design at AT&T, tells TIA NOW how AT&T is reacting to the 100 petabytes of data surging across its network pipes. SDN and NFV technologies are drastically changing the way operators approach the data deluge and Fuetsch sees the opportunities in these new technologies.

  • As mobile data services are expected to grow sevenfold in the next three years, MNOs are eager to figure out how to monetize those services with ingenuity and reliability. At TIA 2015, Amit Tiwari, Vice President of Strategic Alliances and Systems Engineering at Affirmed Networks, spoke with TIA NOW about the services that create opportunity, supported by NFV technologies.

  • At TIA 2015, Sanjay Bhatia, Vice President of Solutions Marketing and Strategy at GENBAND sat with TIA NOW to talk about the business case behind NFV. GENBAND focuses on real-time communications (RTC) technologies that rely on software-centric networks.

  • Paul Obsitnik, Vice President of Service Provider Marketing at Juniper Networks, tells TIA NOW about the drivers for NFV for operators and enterprises. Obsitnik talks about how NFV is maturing as new approaches like DevOps becomes prevalent by using the right tool for the right solution.

  • Manish Singh, VP of Product Management for SDN/NFV at Tech Mahindra, tells TIA NOW how network virtualization has come a long way in a very short time.

  • Franklin Flint, Global Telecom Strategist & Marketing Director for Dell OEM Solutions, wraps up MWC 2015 in the Dell booth. He talks about the importance of how an open source and partner ecosystem facilitates technologies like network functions virtualization.

  • TIA NOW covered Mobile World Congress once again with industry panels, executive interviews and a whole lot of member interaction. Join TIA NOW as we give you a quick look at our coverage at MWC 2015.

  • The NFV value chain is enabling the evolution of a virtualized and agile network architecture. In the Dell TIA NOW studio at MWC 2015 are three players in NFV- Intel, Alcatel-Lucent and Mobile Experts - to tell us about NFV solutions for the telecom ecosystem.

  • Jayanta Dey, CTO of Global Media and Telecom at Wipro, tells TIA NOW about the digital transformation and how SDN and NFV will move the needle forward for industry and consumers.

  • In the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2014 to talk about NFV deployment is Sandra Rivera, Director of Market Development for Communications Storage and Infrastructure Group at Intel.

  • Can your service be replicated by others, especially in his age of open platforms, sourcing and standards? Join TIA NOW as they speak with Franklin Flint, Global Telecom Strategist & Marketing Director at Dell OEM Solutions; Sandra Rivera, Director of Market Development for the Communications and Storage Infrastructure Group at Intel and Darrell Jordan-Smith, Head of Communications & Media Vertical at Red Hat.

  • Martin Casado, SVP and GM of VMWare's Networking and Security Business Unit, tells TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad about the next moves for SDN technologies.

  • Dell is going with the "open approach" to network functions virtualization, and their partnership with RedHat is focused on optimizing NFV with OpenStack.

  • The software-defined networking movement is here. So what will our world look like when we are SDN enabled? The Future of the Network will soon be virtualized as changing cloud architectures and growing business needs require a flexible network environment. But how will industry gain a competitive advantage with SDN? How will the impact of SDN on the network change the way we do business? The Future of the Network is always changing. Where will you be when it does?

  • The inventor of OpenFlow, an open standard for Network Virtualization, gives TIA NOW a breakdown of the functionality of SDN.

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