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WORKSHOP DAY
TUESDAY 2ND MAY

 

08:15

 

Registration

 
 

 

Please note: (all details follow below)

 
 

 

ETSI NFV Tutorial & Workshop starts at 09:00

 
 

 

Intel Network Builders Summit starts at 09:00

 
 

 

MEF Carrier Service Orchestration Workshop starts at 09:00

 
 

 

Next Generation Protocols (NGP) Forum starts at 09:00

 
 

 

Open Source MANO Workshop starts at 13:30

 
 

 

Network Automation Forum starts at 11:00

 
 

 

Customer Briefings (Nokia, NEC/Netcracker) start at 15:30

 
 

ETSI NFV TUTORIAL & WORKSHOP

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Please note: this Tutorial & Workshop is open for all delegates

 
 

 

This Tutorial has been organised by ETSI NFV ISG and WG leadership
Tutorial chair: Thinh Nguyenphu (Nokia)

 
 

 

Layer123 is delighted to host the latest public ETSI NFV Tutorial.

As the industry moves steadily towards large-scale and commercial deployments, meet and hear directly from NFV ISG Working Group Chairs and Vice-Chairs as they develop the next stages of framework architectures for NFV.

 

09:00

Welcome and Introduction

Thinh Nguyenphu | Vice Chair, SOL(Solution) WG | ETSI NFV ISG

Network Architect | Nokia

09:05

Work Program Release 2 & Release 3 Updates

Joan Triay Marques | Technical Manager | ETSI NFV ISG

Specialist | NTT DOCOMO

 
 

 

Since ETSI NFV ISG foundation, more than 60 deliverables have been published and referenced throughout the industry. The NFV ISG continues to explore and strengthen the NFV ecosystem through specification development and guidance on best practices on using NFV.

This session provides an update on the Release 2 maintenance and stage 3 specification deliverables, information on new work scope and a summary of completed work in Release 3.

 

09:25

NFV Evolution and Ecosystem

Rajshree Char | Rapporteur | ETSI NFV ISG

Principal Architect, | Ericsson

 
 

 

This presentation provides an overview of the forward-looking and NFV ecosystem related work that is either ongoing or has been completed in the Evolution & Ecosystem Working Group (EVE). We will discuss the following topics: Monetization of NFV services, License Management, Revised NFV Use Cases and Interoperability requirements for NFV deployment.

It's no secret that one of the goals of NFV is to reduce CAPEX and OPEX for Operators. But this does not mean that Operators will not seek ways to monetize NFV services using creative business models. Therefore, NFV MANO must enable access to usage information for charging and billing NFV services. This session will describe the preliminary results of a work item to support charging and billing.

In addition NFV poses new challenges for License Management. In this session, we'll also highlight the complexities of software licensing in NFV domain through some initial use cases. We'll also look at the latest set of NFV use cases and how to achieve NFV deployment in a multi-vendor data center environment.

 

09:45

MANO concept & VNF Lifecycle Management

Joan Triay Marques | Technical Manager | ETSI NFV ISG

Specialist | NTT DOCOMO

 
 

 

Interfaces and Architecture (IFA) WG will present an overview of ETSI NFV MANO concepts and architectural framework (i.e. interfaces and functional blocks) and VNF lifecycle management.

It will describe what a VNF is and how it is described in the VNF descriptor; we will introduce the main concepts and operations of VNF lifecycle management, and describe the role of the VNF.

 

10:35

Q&A

Thinh Nguyenphu | Vice Chair, SOL(Solution) WG | ETSI NFV ISG

Network Architect | Nokia

 

10:40

 

Refreshment break

 

11:00

Error Handling & Fault Management

Don Clarke | Chair, Network Operator Council | ETSI NFV ISG

Principal Architect, Network Technologies | CableLabs

 
 

 

Fault management is an important task to achieve high availability systems. An NFV system consists of additional software layers (i.e. for virtualization), potentially making Fault Management more complex. Additionally it is intended to integrate components from different vendors. An optimal fault management must take into account events occurring in all parts of the system. Therefore it is expected that a co-ordinated approach is needed and that detection of errors will be a necessary first step to achieve comprehensive Fault Management in an NFV system.

The Reliability Working Group (REL) is undertaking study to elaborate on the necessary harmonization of the different components and layers of the overall NFV system. This session will briefly summarize the scope and rationale for the REL work.

 

11:15

NFV Plugtest Result and Lessons Learned

Pierre Lynch | Chair, TST (Testing, Experimentation & Open Source) WG | ETSI NFV ISG

Lead Technologist | Ixia

 
 

 

This session will briefly outline current activity within the Testing, Experimentation and Open Source (TST) Working Group.

It will then proceed to outline details of the recently held ETSI NFV Plugtest including testing setup architecture, test plan, aggregated results obtained from the testing, lessons learned and next steps.

 

11:45

VNF Operation Use Cases

Thinh Nguyenphu | Vice Chair, SOL(Solution) WG | ETSI NFV ISG

Network Architect | Nokia

 
 

 

The ETSI NFV ISG has defined a set of interface and information model specifications.

This session will focus on one or more of the VNF related use cases, such as on-boarding, instantiating VNFs, scaling, and terminating VNFs, where it illustrates the usage ETSI NFV ISG Interface operations (IFA) and Solution APIs (SOL) Specifications.

 

12:25

 

Q&A

 

12:30

 

End of ETSI NFV Tutorial & Workshop

 

12:30

 

Lunch

 
 

OPEN SOURCE MANO WORKSHOP & TUTORIAL

 
 

 

 
 

 

Please note: this Workshop & Tutorial is open for all delegates

 
 

 

This Workshop has been organised by ETSI OSM and TSC leadership

 
 

 

Open Source MANO is an ETSI-hosted project to develop an open source NFV Management and Orchestration (MANO) software stack aligned with ETSI NFV.

Layer123 is delighted to host this second OSM Workshop for the industry community, including end-users, network professionals and senior developers.

 
 

 

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13:30

Welcome and Introduction

Francisco-Javier Ramón | Chair | ETSI OSM

Head of Network Virtualisation, Telefónica GCTO Unit | Telefónica

13:30

(Re)Introduction to OSM

Francisco-Javier Ramón | Chair | ETSI OSM

Head of Network Virtualisation, Telefónica GCTO Unit | Telefónica

 
 

 

This session provides an overview of the OSM community foundation, project, structure. The technical scope and ambition for the project will be described and an overview of the accomplishments that have been delivered with the third OSM releases will be provided. This session will conclude with a view on themes for Release THREE and beyond.

 

14:00

OSM End User Advisor Group (Operator) Perspective

Tetsuya Nakamura | Principal Architect | CableLabs

Vice Chair | ETSI NFV ISG

 
 

 

This session provides a telecoms operator perspective on OSM – including a view on the significance of open source and the orchestration space in the industry in general, and the OSM community in particular. The importance of the accomplishments in the latest OSM release, the role OSM can play in standards development and what success over the next six months will look like.

 

14:20

OSM Architecture, Release TWO Feature Updates and Data Model Overview

Adrian Hoban | Chair, Technical Steering Committee | ETSI OSM

Principal Engineer | Intel

 
 

 

This session provides an overview of the OSM architecture, the functional split in the modules, the mapping between OSM and the ETSI NFV MANO logical view. It also provides an overview of the OSM data models for the VNF Descriptor (VNFD) and the Network Service Descriptors (NSD) and how some of the salient attributes are handled in OSM.

 

15:10

 

Refreshment break

 

15:30

Tutorial: OSM GUI

Craig Johnson | Representative | ETSI OSM

Director, Solution Architecture | RIFT.io

 
 

 

This session focuses on how to leverage the GUI for Network Service and VNF descriptor and package updates.

 

16:00

Tutorial: Release TWO Features

Craig Johnson | Representative | ETSI OSM

Director, Solution Architecture | RIFT.io

 
 

 

This session deals with feature of OSM Release TWO.

 

16:40

OSM Demos

Vanessa Little | Member, Technical Steering Committee | ETSI OSM

Sr. Manager of Global NFV Ecosystem Architecture | VMware

 
 

 

This session provides an overview of the suite of demos that have been developed with OSM.

 

17:10

How to Participate in OSM

Chris Buerger | Chair, Marketing Task Force | ETSI OSM

Director Marketing Datacenter Network Solutions Group | Intel

 

 

This session concludes the Workshop & Tutorial, summarising the key information shared in the workshop, and providing information on how to participate in the OSM community.

 

17:30

 

End of Open Source MANO Workshop & Tutorial

 

17:30

 

End of Workshop Day

 
 

INTEL NETWORK BUILDERS SUMMIT

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Please note: this Summit is open to all delegates

 
 

 

Registration opens at 08:15

 
 

 

Intel Network Builders, an ecosystem with 250+ global partners, continues to play a critical role in accelerating network transformation through industry collaboration and technology innovation.

Join us to hear more about program, product enablement strategies, growing portfolio of solution capabilities and our open source ingredient consumption model.

 
 

 

Geared toward executives and technical professionals, this summit will focus on key topics such as 5G and our collaborative partnerships for enabling a seamless user experience with our flexible architecture. Participate in technical sessions, presentations and interactive panel discussions around technologies such as NFV Security, NFV Enabled SD-WAN, Service Assurance and next technical innovations bringing us closer to 5G.

 
 

 

Attend to see our ecosystem's progress to date and share in the Intel Network Builders' vision to facilitate faster deployments of virtualized, flexible, and scalable solutions.

 

09:00

Welcome to Intel Network Builders Summit

Katherine Blough | ‎Sr. Ecosystem Development Manager | Intel

09:05

 

Fireside Chat: DevOps Growing Pains

 
 

 

As companies work to incorporate DevOps procedures into the company, it often involves a cultural shift. Hear from someone who has made the shift within their company and about the lessons they have learned.

 
 

Anshu Agarwal | Head of Partners & Solution Development | HPE

 
 

Adam Dunstan | VP SDN/NFV Engineering | CenturyLink

 
 

Marc Cohn | Representative | ONAP

VP, Network Strategy | Linux Foundation

 
 

Francisco-Javier Ramón | Head of Network Virtualisation, GCTO | Telefónica

Chair | ETSI OSM

 
 

 

Moderated by:

Keate Despain | Director | Intel

 

09:35

SD-WAN – Game Changer

Shawn Hakl | Vice President | Verizon

 

09:55

 

The Promise of an NFV-enabled SD-WAN

 
 

 

A Smart WAN on re-purposeable equipment that can intelligently optimize routes: a cost efficient and innovative solution. Hear how NFV can do that from Intel Network Builders partners in a lively panel discussion.

 
 

Sripathy Balaji | Head of Portfolio Service – Americas | Tech Mahindra

 
 

Steven Campbell | VP, Innovation & Strategy | Riverbed

 
 

Madhu Nunna | Senior Product Manager – SDN/NFV Solutions | Mirantis

 
 

Brad Wilson | Director Market Development, CSP Solutions | Dell EMC

 
 

Moderated by:

Bob Ghaffari | Director, Networking & Appliances | Intel

 

10:40

 

Refreshment break

 

11:00

Intel Presentation

Lynn Comp | Sr. Director CoSP Business Acceleration Team | Intel

 

11:25

Service Assurance operator perspective

Jim Greene | Industry Marketing Manager, Communications Service Providers | Intel

 

11:45

 

Dynamic Service Assurance in a Hybrid NFV world

 
 

 

As operators implement NFV, service models are changing and causing the need for one model to support the pre-NFV environment and another to support the NFV environment. Join us for this panel and discover new ideas on how to manage both models and still deliver on SLAs

 
 

Charlie Ashton | Director of Business Development | Wind River an Intel company

 
 

Wayne Cheung | Director Product Marketing | Juniper Networks

 
 

Chandra Sekar | VP of Marketing | Avi Networks

 
 

Les Stuart | Sr. Dir., NFV Product Management | HPE

 
 

Moderated by:

Chandresh Ruparel | Director, Ecosystem Strategy and Intel Network Builders | Intel

 

12:30

 

Lunch

 

13:30

Afternoon Address – Welcome Back

Katherine Blough | ‎Sr. Ecosystem Development Manager | Intel

13:35

 

Fireside Chat: Infrastructure automation. Are we there yet?

 
 

 

As we move towards virtualization, the industry has painted a future of machines perfectly working together with a self-healing, self-adjusting network and applications environment. Intel Network Builders partners are collaborating to bring future into reality and they invite you to explore where they've been, where they are, and where they are hoping to go. Bring your questions and join us in this conversation.

 
 

Adam Dunstan | VP SDN/NFV Engineering | CenturyLink

 
 

David Ownby | Practice Manager – SP Architectures | World Wide Technology

 
 

Moderated by:

Mona Hrapkowicz | Director Next Wave Communication Service Provider Business Acceleration | Intel

 

14:05

Security in NFV Deployments

Praveen Mosur | Senior Principal Engineer | Intel

 

14:25

 

NFV Security: Time to update your security framework

 
 

 

As network functions move into a virtual infrastructure, the traditional segmented security model no longer is viable. Join us for a security-focused panel dicsussion and consider the security challenges presented by NFV and how to best address them with the support of innovations being driven by the Intel Network Builders ecosystem.

 
 

Bill Hackenberger | VP Data Security | HyTrust

 
 

Vanessa Little | Sr. Manager of Global NFV Ecosystem Architecture | VMware

Member, Technical Steering Committee | ETSI OSM

 
 

Peter Margaris | Head of Service Provider Marketing | Palo Alto Networks

 
 

Krish Subramanian | Sr. Product Marketing Manager | Check Point

 
 

Moderated by:

Jim Greene | Industry Marketing Manager, Communications Service Providers | Intel

 

15:10

 

Refreshment break

 

15:30

Keynote: 5G operator perspective

Lyle Bertz | Principal NFV/SDN Architect | Sprint

 

15:50

 

The agility that NFV brings to 5G networks

 
 

 

The scalability that NFV brings to 5G implies massive scalability, ultra-low latency, the ability to support a huge number of concurrent sessions, ultra-high reliability and strong security. Hear first hand what this agility means to the industry from experts from the Intel Network Builders program.

 
 

Balaji Ethirajulu | Director of Marketing | Ericsson

 
 

Sandro Tavares | Head of Cloud Core Marketing | Nokia

 
 

Amit Tiwari | VP – Strategic Alliances and Systems Engineering | Affirmed Networks

 
 

Moderated by:

Bryan Madden | Director of Marketing, Network Platforms Group | Intel

 

16:35

Closing Address

Katherine Blough | ‎Sr. Ecosystem Development Manager | Intel

17:05

 

End of Intel Network Builders Summit

 

17:30

 

End of Workshop Day

 
 

MEF CARRIER SERVICE ORCHESTRATION WORKSHOP

 
 

 

 
 

 

Please note: this Workshop is open for all delegates

 
 

 

Registration opens at 08:15

 
 

 

This Workshop has been organised by MEF leadership

 
 

 

MEF is the driving force enabling agile, assured, and orchestrated Third Network services for the digital economy and the hyper-connected world. The Third Network concept combines the agility and ubiquity of the Internet with the performance and security of CE 2.0 networks.

Third Network services provide an on-demand experience with user-directed control over service capabilities and cloud connectivity. These new services are delivered over automated, virtualized, and interconnected networks powered by LSO, SDN, NFV, and CE 2.0.

 
 

 

OpenLSO (Open Lifecycle Service Orchestration) is an orchestration ecosystem using open source partners that enable a reference implementation of open source solutions and interfaces that adhere to the MEF LSO specification. OpenLSO will focus on real working open source code for core LSO functions and open standard APIs for traditional and emerging SDN & NFV network infrastructures, such as OpenCS.

OpenCS (Open Connectivity Services) is an MEF-facilitated ecosystem that develops reference implementations of segments of MEF-defined Third Network services using any combination of open and/or closed software, open spec hardware, commercial devices (e.g. CE 2.0 certified devices), SDN and NFV.

 
 

 

This workshop will provide attendees with practical information for the development LSO capabilities within the MEF LSO Innovation Platform, focusing on lessons learned during the implementation of a major multi-operator SD-WAN Orchestrated L3VPN. Our workshop will present different approaches for deploying virtual network functions and services onto foundational Carrier Ethernet (CE) connectivity services.

 

09:00

Welcome Address

Pascal Menezes | Chief Technology Officer | MEF

09:05

MEF's Lifecycle Service Orchestration: Enabling Multi-Operator Dynamic Third Network Services

Rami Yaron | Co-Chair, Global Marketing Committee & Chair, Mobile Backhaul Focus Group | MEF

VP, Strategy & Business Development | Telco Systems

 

09:30

PANEL – On-Demand, High-Performance Services For The Hyper-Connected World

Dan Pitt | SVP | MEF

 
 

Marc Cohn | Representative | ONAP

VP, Network Strategy | Linux Foundation

 
 

Zeev Draer | VP, Strategic Marketing | MRV Communications

 
 

David Hughes | VP Engineering | PCCW Global

 
 

Francisco-Javier Ramón | Head of Network Virtualisation, GCTO | Telefónica

Chair | ETSI OSM

 

10:10

LSO Innovations Platform for Rapidly Introducing New Network Functionality

Pascal Menezes | Chief Technology Officer | MEF

 

10:40

 

Refreshment break

 

11:00

PANEL – The Real Story Behind Multi-Operator Automation

Rami Yaron | Co-Chair, Global Marketing Committee & Chair, Mobile Backhaul Focus Group | MEF

VP, Strategy & Business Development | Telco Systems

 
 

Michael Brenner | Chief Architect, NFV | GigaSpaces

 
 

Shahar Steiff | AVP New Technologies | PCCW Global

Board Member | MEF

 
 

Ken Duell | AVP, New Technology Product Development & Engineering | AT&T

 
 

Mehmet Toy | DMTS | Verizon

 

11:35

SD-WAN Managed Service Tutorial: Solution Components, MEF Reference Architecture, and Use Cases

Ralph Santitoro | Head of SDN/NFV Solutions Practice | Fujitsu Network Communications

Distinguished Fellow & Director | MEF

 

11:55

PANEL – Evolving Hybrid WAN & SD-WAN and The Road to Virtualized Managed Services

Abel Tong | Representative | MEF

Sr. Director of Marketing, | Ciena

 
 

Christos Kolias | Sr. Research Scientist & Principal | Orange

 
 

Prayson Pate | CTO, Ensemble | ADVA Optical Networking

 
 

Ralph Santitoro | Head of SDN/NFV Solutions Practice | Fujitsu Network Communications

Distinguished Fellow & Director | MEF

 

12:25

Closing Remarks

Dan Pitt | SVP | MEF

12:30

 

End of MEF Carrier Service Orchestration Workshop

 

12:30

 

Lunch

 
 

NEXT GENERATION PROTOCOLS (NGP) FORUM

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Please note: this Forum is open for all delegates

 
 

 

Registration opens at 08:15

 
 

 

Layer123 is delighted to host this second NGP Forum, organised by NGP ISG leadership

 
 

 

The purpose of the NGP ISG is to review the future landscape of Internet Protocols and network architectures, analyze their applicability to future use cases, identify and document future requirements and trigger co-ordinated follow up activities.

The driving vision of ETSI NGP is a considerably more efficient and gradually evolving Internet that is far more attentive to service and traffic demands while enhancing efficiency and lowering the total cost of ownership for network operators. Technology requirements from different market segments, such as IoT, high and ultra-high definition video, and 5G networks and services, offer initial scenarios where the next generation of protocols should significantly simplify solutions.

 
 

 

Next Generation Protocols – Market Drivers & Key Scenarios
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Next Generation Protocols (NGP);
Scenarios Definitions (ETSI GS NGP 001 V1.1.1 (2016-10)

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09:00

Welcome and Introduction

Richard Li Renwei | Vice Chair | ETSI NGP ISG

Chief Architect, Future Networks | Huawei

09:00

Next Generation Protocols – Progress and Updates from ETSI NGP ISG

Richard Li Renwei | Vice Chair | ETSI NGP ISG

Chief Architect, Future Networks | Huawei

 

09:30

ICN Advances

Lixia Zhang | Professor | UCLA

Board Member | Asia Future Internet Forum

 

10:05

Leveraging high-performance NFV platforms to meet future communication challenges

K K Ramakrishnan | Professor | University of California

 

10:40

 

End of Next Generation Protocols (NGP) Forum

 

10:40

 

Refreshment break

 
 

NETWORK AUTOMATION FORUM

 
 

 

This new Forum focuses on the new application of AI (Artificial Intelligence), ML (Machine Learning) techniques to networking, in order to take full advantage of NFV+SDN infrastructure – to deliver an Automated network operation and fulfil a vision of the "Self-Driving Network", "Autonomous Network", "Cognitive Network" or "Intelligent Network".

 

11:00

Chairs Opening Remarks

Eric Hanselman | Chief Analyst | 451 Research

11:10

Applying Recent Advances in Machine Learning to Networking

Dave Meyer | Director, Advanced Network Technology Center | University of Oregon

Chief Scientist & Fellow | Brocade

 

11:30

SDN-based Network Management

Sriram Natarajan | Network Engineering (Software) | Google

 

11:50

Intelligence Driven Networks

Burjiz Pithawala | VP Architecture & Engineering of Future Networks | Huawei

 

12:10

Intelligence in SD-WAN

Khalid Raza | Co-founder and CTO | Viptela

 

12:30

 

End of Network Automation Forum

 

12:30

 

Lunch

 
 

 

CUSTOMER BRIEFINGS

 
 

 

Please choose from one of two Customer Briefings – Nokia, NEC/Netcracker – details follow below

 
 

CUSTOMER BRIEFING 1
NOKIA
READINESS OF OPEN SOURCE FOR COMMERCIAL TELCO CLOUD

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Please note: this Workshop is for non-vendors only – operators, regulators, enterprises, government and industry analysts are welcome

 

15:30

Welcome & Intro

Stefan Kindt | Head of Cloud Market Development | Nokia

15:35

Open source in telco – industry needs

Tommy Lindgren | Cloud Market Development | Nokia

 

15:45

Nokia Openness strategy

Nitin Shah | Principal Innovator T&I | Nokia

 

16:00

Achieving optimal performance with open source

Lynn Comp | Sr. Director CoSP Business Acceleration Team | Intel

 

16:25

Tuning the performance for commercial NFVI

Guy Machlev | Sr. Director R&D, Head of Nokia Cloud Infrastructure Software Engineering | Nokia

 

16:50

Customer project example

Phil Tilley | Director NFV & CloudBand Product Marketing | Nokia

 

17:15

 

Q&A and panel discussion

 
 

Lynn Comp | Sr. Director CoSP Business Acceleration Team | Intel

 
 

Tommy Lindgren | Cloud Market Development | Nokia

 
 

Guy Machlev | Sr. Director R&D, Head of Nokia Cloud Infrastructure Software Engineering | Nokia

 
 

 

Bill Wright | Director, Global Business Development | Red Hat

 

Nitin Shah | Principal Innovator T&I | Nokia

 
 

Phil Tilley | Director NFV & CloudBand Product Marketing | Nokia

 
 

Moderated by:

Stefan Kindt | Head of Cloud Market Development | Nokia

 

17:30

 

End of Nokia Customer Briefing

 

17:30

 

End of Workshop Day

 
 

CUSTOMER BRIEFING 2
NEC/NETCRACKER
VIRTUALIZATION: TRANSFORMING REVENUE MODELS, PARTNERSHIPS AND END-TO-END OPERATIONS

 
 

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Please note: this Workshop is for non-vendors only – operators, regulators, enterprises, government and industry analysts are welcome

 

15:30

Ecosystem 2.0: Transforming Partnerships to Enable New Revenue and Service Innovation

Bipin Mistry | VP of Product Management | NEC/Netcracker

 

 

Discover how NEC/Netcracker's Ecosystem 2.0 helps service providers reduce time-to-market and use best-of-breed VNFs with minimal risk. This workshop will dive into Ecosystem 2.0 and how it addresses the critical processes that are often overlooked in partner programs that only cover onboarding.

 

16:10

 

Customer Keynote: Leveraging Virtualization to Maximize Revenue

Evan Frith | Director of Products & Services | TELUS

 
 

 

Hear how TELUS is leveraging SDN/NFV solutions to acquire new subscribers and lower overhead as it transforms into a true digital service provider capable of expanding into new markets and quickly bringing innovative offerings to customers.

 

16:50

What Goes Into Operationalizing SDN/NFV at Scale?

Mark Stadtmueller | Business Solution Executive | NEC/Netcracker

 
 

 

Learn how to operationalize SDN/NFV at scale and launch new partner strategies in order to drive service innovation, reduce time-to-market and introduce profitable new business models.

 

17:30

 

End of NEC/Netcracker Customer Briefing

 

17:30

 

End of Workshop Day

 

 

 

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