Wednesday, 24 January 2018

NFV threatens to cause SLA headaches

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 09 October 13

Radisys predicts migration to software-based network functions will encourage telco vendors to ramp up their systems integration efforts.

Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) has the potential to seriously shake-up the telecoms infrastructure market and cause some serious problems along the way, not least of all when it comes to service level agreements. "There are a lot of technical issues that still need to be sorted out," said Manish Singh, CTO of mobile network specialist Radisys…

Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) has the potential to seriously shake-up the telecoms infrastructure market and cause some serious problems along the way, not least of all when it comes to service level agreements. "There are a lot of technical issues that still need to be sorted out," said Manish Singh, CTO of mobile network specialist Radisys…

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