Agility, Scalability, Automation: Accelerating the Benefits of NFV with a Cap-and-Grow Strategy
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Proprietary ‘big iron’ hardware limits infrastructure flexibility, which is why Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is becoming the de facto standard.

NFV is often discussed as the future state for networks, which will enable flexible and agile response to changing customer demands for high bandwidth services.

In addition to enabling more flexibility in how customers' needs are met, the NFV opportunity is big because it redefines carriers' cost structures.

Big-bandwidth applications are screaming over networks, chewing up resources and limiting carriers' abilities to respond quickly to changing market dynamics. Demand for big-bandwidth applications is only going to increase. Now is the time to move from Present Mode of Operation (PMO) with existing hardware-based models to an architecture that taps the agility and scalability of Network Function Virtualization (NFV).

Learn how with NFV, carrier networks are more agile, scalable and automated.


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