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Organizations today are evolving and rapidly adopting new technologies. But what this brings is an increase in their threat footprint. Alexander Seyf, Partner at Sytel Reply, explains how organizations now need to look towards leveraging emerging technologies such as Software Defined Networking in order to efficiently and dynamically address security threats and attacks.
The rise of programmable networks is transforming the way telcos operate. Alexander Seyf, Partner at Sytel Reply, looks at some successful SDN implementations and stresses the importance of open source.
Unified communications has long promised to connect the business world. Alxeander Seyf, Partner at Sytel Reply, speaks about the state of the unified communications market, the challenges for network managers and the operational issues about development and implementation of UC technology solutions.
SDN and NFV are set to change the networking industry and, as part of that change, virtual Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) is an upcoming technology paradigm that promises to be beneficial for both customers and service providers.
The difficulties faced when implementing network services continue to present a challenge to organisations, both from an organisational perspective, as well as from a technical perspective. This document provides direction on how organisations can deal with the challenge of introducing service chaining and deploying critical network services by using the emerging technologies of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV).
This report aims to provide guidelines for MVNOs to attain and retain their customers. It provides differentiation-enhancing recommendations by analysing price and positioning strategies in dynamic competition.
Technologies such as Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) are sparking numerous innovations in the networking landscape. One of them being Telco-over-Cloud, which can be directly applied to the Mobile Telco architecture to remove its current limitations, making it more cost-effective, flexible, powerful and easily scalable for the future.
Organisations can now leverage the emerging technologies of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) for implementing security, as opposed to using traditional methods, and outlines some of the benefits that can be realised.
Adoption of Technologies such as Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV), Software-Defined Storage (SDS) and Cloud Automation will help evolve the Data Centre into a Cloud based, dynamic, future-proof and self-sustained environment that can scale up and down to address all present and future needs.
Digital transformation is pervasive and the forces driving it are centred on Information Technology and Communications Networks. This paper examines the drivers of change and the impacts that they will have on all aspects of a connected world, ushering in the Future Network.