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    The explosive growth of internet traffic has disrupted the technology industry, threatening to clog telecom networks… unless a new, scalable approach is implemented. This documentary explores the evolution of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and the hurdles faced when switching from infrastructure-heavy, legacy networks to virtualized networks.

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  • When governments look at how to adopt Smart City solutions, the path to adoption is not clear-cut. Every city has its own unique needs based upon the regional geography, population demographics and the composition of the local economy. The communications industry is in a unique position to assist governments to overcome the challenges of urbanization and address the current and future well-being of metropolitan populations.

  • Today’s service providers are struggling to support ever-expanding demands from both consumers and enterprises, including the need to transmit and store increasing amounts of data. As consumption of OTT services and adoption of the Internet of Things grow, these data throughputs will only rise alongside user expectations for a seamless connectivity experience.

  • Within the mobile industry, 5G will be the buzzword of 2015 and for years to come. Experts expect to see the first deployments of 5G in countries like Japan and South Korea, by 2018. But as the US is regarded as a leader in wireless 4GLTE deployments, why are we perceived as oddly behind in the global development of 5G?

  • Leaders from General Motors, Ericsson and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute discuss the evolving Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) market and how automotive OEMs are partnering with networking OEMs to take advantage of the growing business opportunities in the ITS space.

  • Chris Penrose, Senior Vice President of IoT Solutions for AT&T, sat down with TIA NOW at the TIA 2015 Conference to talk about the growth of IoT and the impact of new cellular and wireless technologies on IoT growth.

  • Each year the data center industry consumes approximately 100 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity. That’s enough electricity to power all the households in New York City twice over - and we’re on-track to reach 140 billion kilowatt-hours by 2020. Here to tell us how we can increase margins by designing data centers with resource efficiency in mind are experts from Green House Data, Schneider Electric and Digital Realty.

  • TIA NOW spoke with T-Mobile, InterOp Technologies and the Wi-Fi Alliance about the primary tenets behind Wi-Fi Calling.

  • Yes, a global organization does exist that has developed an interoperable standard for Machine-to-Machine Communications and the Internet of Things. oneM2M was founded by leading ICT standards bodies and companies from a variety of industry sectors.

  • Andre Fuetsch, Senior Vice President of Architecture and Design at AT&T joins us at the TIA 2015 Conference to talk about AT&T's SDN and NFV play.

  • Doug Moore, COO of Fujitsu Network Communications, says that we have to remain transparent, communicative and trusting of each other to evolve the supply chain into a true value chain.

  • Ford Motor Company's Global Technologist and Head of the Ford Developer Program, John Ellis, tells us about the categories of data that connected vehicles can offer. Internal, external and sensor data yield valueable data but what is the timeline for developers and customers to fully utilize the information and opportunities?

  • How do you further monetize and customize your services with virtual technologies? TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad talks with Paul Obsitnik, VP of Service Provider Marketing at Juniper Networks.

  • Bryan Maguire, COO of iQor Aftermarket Services, tells TIA NOW what the benefits are for service providers in the managed service space.

  • In the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2014 to talk about the “state of the industry” is Ashok Kumar, Director of Custom Research at Current Analysis.

  • 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.

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