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    Are we closer to the starting line than the finish line of NFV? What should industry be focusing on at this stage of the NFV maturation cycle? These are questions that Dave Ward, CTO of Engineering and Chief Architect at Cisco spoke about from ONS 2017.

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  • Accelerating the development and adoption of NFV requires working with service providers and ecosystem partners to help build deployable solutions. But what barriers still exist that prevent virtualized networks from being deployed everywhere today? Timon Sloane, VP of Standards and Membership at the Open Networking Foundation, shared his advice on navigating the complexity of NFV adoption and how industry can benefit from open source platforms.

  • Robert Conger, VP of Cloud and Portfolio Strategy at ADTRAN, spoke with TIA NOW about how CSPs and web-scale players are now on equal playing fields through SDN technologies, by deploying more open and programmable networks. Conger continues to say that operators are successful in employing software and open source principles in their central offices.

  • Focusing on the end solution and application - enabled by network orchestration, automation and service assurance - is just one thing that Chris Wright, VP and Chief Technologist at Red Hat is tasked with. He spoke with TIA NOW about the progress around containers, container networking and the open source community, from the Open Networking Summit 2017.

  • What are the challenges when merging the culture of open source with the exacting requirements of carrier-grade infrastructure? Heather Kirksey, Director of Linux’s Open Platform for NFV spoke with Abe Nejad about OPNFV’s integration of upstream open source projects such as OpenDaylight and KVM into an open, carrier-grade NFV reference platform.

  • Are we closer to the starting line than the finish line of NFV? What should industry be focusing on at this stage of the NFV maturation cycle? These are questions that Dave Ward, CTO of Engineering and Chief Architect at Cisco spoke about from ONS 2017.

  • Timon Sloane, VP of Standards and Membership at the Open Networking Foundation and Phil Robb, VP of Operations, Networking and Orchestration at the Linux Foundation, speak about how the structured process by which an idea becomes usable code in a well-run open source project occurs.

  • Sam Greenblatt, CTO of Nano Global talks about how open source can treat diseases through cell-based analysis, at the molecular level. Greenblatt also discusses how open source can optimize data flows, open networking and databases for the needs of cell-based and real-time analysis.

  • Rashesh Jethi, Head of Research & Development, North America & Latin America at Amadeus, speaks from the Open Networking Summit 2017 about the convergence of the travel industry and network virtualization, and how they leverage open source.

  • Martin Casado, General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, speaks with Abe Nejad at the Open Networking Summit 2017 about what he sees as the next “renaissance” in communications network infrastructure. Casado also talks about how software-driven infrastructure is disrupting compute, storage and security.

  • Why has Service Function Chaining (SFC) been a hot topic for the last several years and what is its relationship with Network Functions Virtualization? Gerhard Wieser, CEO at FRINX, spoke with TIA NOW's Abe Nejad about how users may find it difficult to adopt these SFC and NFV concepts in the real world.

  • As the telco industry is helping to build carrier-grade, integrated and open source reference platforms for the NFV community, it doesn’t come without its challenges. Ildiko Vancsa, Ecosystem Technical Lead at OpenStack talks with TIA NOW about the next steps to create an ecosystem of NFV platforms, applications, management and orchestration systems.

  • The main ingredients for network virtualization that support the Internet of Things are skilled people, horizontal business models and a provider's willingness to listen to its users. In the Dell TIA NOW studio, we explore the synergy between NFV and IoT with Pierre Olivier-Mathys, Director of Global Telco Solutions at Red Hat and Brett Sappington, Senior Director of Research at Parks Associates.

  • Rod Naphan, CTO of Fujitsu Network Communications tells TIA NOW that the biggest challenge for NFV is that the open source community is moving at a rapid pace, and industry trying to keep up with the production cycles.

  • “Making the network sustainably profitable and supporting the deluge of data are the key goals for telcos in the coming years,” said Manish Singh, VP of SDN and NFV Solutions at Tech Mahindra.

  • Why is it so difficult to automate and orchestrate carrier networks when enterprises/clouds have been successfully doing it for several years? What are the carriers’ fears or issues with current solutions which are hindering greater deployment? Red Hat, Intel and Netscout discuss.

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