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    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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  • 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.

  • Tim Yeaton, Senior Vice President of the Infrastructure Business Group at Red Hat, tells the TIA 2016 conference audience how digital transformation and open source are changing the telco experience - and how you may incorporate what already exists in your network into an all-IP hardware and software infrastructure.

  • As communications service providers re-architect their networks, there are both technical and business implications. So how should we best prepare? Here to tell us, in the Dell TIA NOW studio, is Sandra Rivera, VP and GM of the Network Platforms Group at Intel.

  • Carriers have concerns about NFV Security, as their networks become more reliant on open source technologies and protocols. From the Dell TIA NOW studio, at TIA 2016, we will explore how carriers are approaching open source, in the burgeoning NFV Security space. Here in our studio is Bryan Larish, SDN/NFV Architecture Planning at Verizon and Chair of TIA’s NFV Security Working Group, also with us is Ken Garrard, CEO at Aunigma Network Solutions Corp and on the end is Franklin Flint, CTO at TIA

  • It’s been two years since AT&T announced its network transformation and since then, there have been changes to AT&T’s relationships with vendors, in light of the software shift. Here in the Dell TIA NOW studio at TIA 2016, to tell us more, are John Donovan, Chief Strategy Officer and Group President at AT&T Technology and Operations, and Susan Johnson, SVP of Global Supply Chain, at AT&T.

  • 65% of respondents of a recent Forrester survey said they already use more than one public or private cloud platform, indicating that the hybrid cloud is a reality. So what is the source of this significant momentum for building applications that run across multiple cloud platforms? Here to tell us about this is Tim Yeaton, SVP of the Infrastructure Business Group at Red Hat.

  • As NFV becomes a reality, the telco industry is now filling the gaps to realize the full potential of Network Functions Virtualization. TIA’s NFV initiatives will work to fill those gaps so carriers and service providers can feel confident that the components they launch today, will be compatible 5 years from now.

  • DevOps is no longer limited to the FANG companies (Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google) in Silicon Valley, but now telcos are finding the value of leveraging the DevOps methodology. "DevOps is cultural shift about how we develop and deploy applications,” said Pierre Olivier Mathis, Director of Telco Global Solutions at Red Hat. Mathis says that telcos need help in transitioning from the old world to the new world, before they lose their market share to the over-the-top players.

  • Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, joins us at MWC 2016 to tell us all how to maximize the innovation potential of our organizations. What does it mean to “catalyze direction” and why do we need to move to a post-industrialized way of working in our companies?

  • We’ve all heard about the primary benefits of NFV technologies: scalability, agility and automation, to increase time to market for our products and services. But what other benefits have emerged since MWC 2015? Miniature cloud-based replicas for deploying a steady flow of innovation into a live network can be a challenging concept to wrap your head around. Darrell Jordan-Smith, Worldwide VP of ICT at Red Hat and John Healy, General Manager of the SDN Division at Intel join us in the studio.

  • Solving telecommunications and enterprise use cases is what Dave Neary, SDN and NFV Community Strategist at Red Hat is setting his sights on. Open source and open platforms allows developers to take their source code to the service market and scale that service.

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