The Virtual Future and its Relationship with OSS BSS

 

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This report provides a conceptual definition for both NFV and SDN. The report analyzes the operations and business management impacts of these technologies; and explains why the operations and monetization functions should be addressed sooner rather than later, as the virtual network takes shape. The report concludes with our analysis of the key reasons driving CSPs to pursue a virtual network transformation.

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The Virtual Future and its Relationship with OSS BSSOSSCS 15-01Introduction2014: The Year for Business Challenge and OpportunityVirtual Networks: A Page from the Enterprise IT PlaybookWhat is NFV?What is SDN?Similarities and Differences between NFV and SDNThe Virtual Network: Importance of Operations and Business ManagementGetting the Network and Operations Support Beyond Another SiloWhy Is a Virtual Network Architecture Important and Relevant Today?The Key Business Benefits for Services Defined Through a Virtual NetworkStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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