It is difficult for the telecommunications sector to find the balance between supply and demand. Operators sometimes complain of little competition in, for example, operating systems and device platforms, because the market is too much concentrated in Apple and Google; sometimes, they complain of having too much supply, as seems to happen in the migration to SDN and NFV. As this blog of Cisco argues, there are many ways to carry out network virtualization, that is, there are a lot of offerings and ideas from different ecosystems and solution providers. Fortunately for operators, Cisco is quite clear: the best route is to carry out this migration with Cisco. One more proof that is either way too many or too little.
How to make sure Network virtualisation works?
Done carelessly, network virtualisation can have the opposite effect to what’s intended. Considering the network as a whole makes it possible to provide agile services while retaining carrier class reliability Networking is changing fast, as customers come to expect more agile services, delivered from the cloud, and consumable on mobile devices. And as the world … Keep reading the original blog post here
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