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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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  • How is AT&T’s network and IT infrastructure going to transform in the coming years and what are some of the requirements to adapt to AT&T’s Domain 2.0 initiative? Join TIA NOW as they speak with AT&T’s President of Supply Chain and Fleet Operations, Tim Harden.

  • 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.

  • 5G, SDN liabilities and information sharing are all topics that Verizon touches on at TIA 2014 as TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad speaks with Ed Chan, SVP of Network Infrastructure Planning at Verizon.

  • How can we eliminate location constraints for workloads, storage and users? Find out with Steve Riley, Deputy CTO at RiverBed, as he speaks with TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad at TIA 2014.

  • There’s been a lot of talk about SDN and NFV technologies being leveraged in virtual data centers and cloud services. But SDN and NFV can also optimize networks to allow them to use their bandwidth more efficiently. Join TIA NOW at TIA 2014 as they speak with David Heard, President of Network and Service Enablement at JDSU.

  • Security is not just an add on appliance, says Don McCullough, Director of Strategic Communications at Ericsson at TIA 2014.

  • Globally, fixed and mobile operators continue to be challenged to deliver massive increases in capacity and coverage to service the broadband needs of mobile and residential consumers as well as businesses, who are demanding higher bandwidth services.

  • Panasonic is doing things big and small in IoT. Join TIA NOW as they speak with Todd Rytting, CTO at Panasonic North America at TIA 2014.

  • TIA NOW kicks off TIA's Network of the Future Conference with Franklin Flint of Dell, discussing the highlights of what to expect in the track sessions, keynotes and more.

  • 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.

  • If you’re interested in a roadmap for generating more revenue for IoT services, come to the ILS Technology sponsored breakfast at 8am at the Network of the Future Conference in Dallas on June 5th. ILS technology will show how carriers can immediately affect their revenue and ARPU for connected devices.

  • So long to homogenous networks and bienvenue to bringing the network closer to the end-user. Will the network be more efficient on HetNets and who will benefit the most from new network paradigms? Join TIA NOW’s Abe Nejad as he speaks with Tracy Ford, Director of the HetNet Forum at PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association.

  • New verticals like social media analysis and cybersecurity demand reliable and valid results. Dr. Ron Bose is the Executive Director of the Institute for Data Analytics and Performance Management at the University of Texas, Dallas who tells TIA NOW what to expect as the network of the future is upon us.

  • There’s a lot of talk about the technology trends behind 5G technologies, but what about the human factor? How will usage data for wireless technologies influence the way we develop and deploy 5G technologies?

  • At TIA's 5G Roundtable titled, "Developing a Path to 5G," Frank Bernhard, Managing Director of Communications, Media & Technology at Accenture Analytics, moderates a panel on "5G in a Big Data World - Linking Analytics, Economics and Strategy to the Telecom Future."

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