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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.

All NOF channel Videos:

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

  • Growing your business with SDN is an opportunity and a challenge. Complying with open standards can encourage collaboration and still distinguish your products and services.

  • Software Defined Networking may be the answer for service providers to launch new services. But where does this leave communication equipment manufacturers when network function virtualization is all about the software - or is it?

  • Steve Sifferman, CEO of Tarana Wireless, tells us the difference between DAS systems and small cell technologies, and how best to utilize them.

  • CTO of Radisys, Manish Singh, says SDN technologies are on the hype cycle, particularly around telecom. Watch TIA NOW as they continue to preview their documentary on SDN, to be released on September 10th, 2013.

  • Michael Saylor, CEO of Microstrategy, says "technology lightning struck" for him and his business.

  • Software-Defined Networking is weaving its way into the fabric of our industry. Vish Nandlall, CTO of Ericsson North America, tells us what we should expect from the new frontier of SDN.

  • Corning's new all-optical converged wireless solution called the ONE Wireless Platform is revealed at CTIA 2013.

  • From Gigabit Cities to National Broadband Networks, innovators continue to move the needle towards new broadband technologies. But has the discussion moved away from the long awaited voluntary incentive auctions of spectrum and more towards cutting edge technologies that one day could make our communications systems move faster than the speed of light?

  • TIA’s 2013 Market Review and Forecast is ready to launch and no better time than on the heels of Mobile World Congress 2013. TIA NOW will be at Mobile World to capture the latest trends and products in the industry, and here to give us the latest on those market trends is TIA’s Senior Vice President, John Jacobs.

  • The rise of the machines was once a thing of fiction as ominous robots took over the human race. Today, life imitates art at a rate that many of us are unaware of but most of us will soon experience. So what is the future for our connected world?

  • Geographic Information Systems allow us to visualize vast amounts of data and information to better understand our physical world, political events, cultural changes and disasters. Superstorm Sandy is the latest project for GIS and here to tell us more about how this technology applies to the ICT industry is Ashley Hitt, Manager of GIS Services for Connected Nation.

  • Next generation 4G Networks are top of mind for the ICT industry, but will advancing and robust mobile backhaul paradigms support the growing demands on the network?

  • Search the term “Big Data” and you’ll see that the large information and data companies see the management and utilization of millions of terabytes of data as the next big growth area in Information Technology.

  • Broadcom's launch of their fifth generation WiFi was a big hit at CES 2012.

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