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The Myth of the Carrier-Grade Cloud
Many of the network operators that we are talking to about virtualized network functions (VNFs) are investing heavily in building specially ...
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From the CEO: Metaswitch Momentum
First of all, thanks so much for the well-wishes and congratulations following the announcement on September 3. This is a very exciting time for ...
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Light Reading Interviews Metaswitch CEO Martin Lund
This week Metaswitch announced the appointment of its new CEO, Martin Lund. In this interview with Light Reading’s Steve Saunders, Lund discusses his ...
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Metaswitch CEO Martin Lund on TelecomTV
Metaswitch today announced the appointment of its new CEO, Martin Lund. In this news interview with TelecomTV, Lund talks about why he joined ...
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Metaswitch Provides Real VNF Leadership
Last month, Metaswitch added AT&T to its growing list of publicly-announced customers for deploying virtualized network functions (VNFs). AT&T is ...
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The Network Software Provider Advantage
Network functions virtualization (NFV) heralds a fundamental change to the way networks are designed and built. Such network transformation calls for ...
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Vip Mobile CTO Shares NFV Insight
In a recent interview with Light Reading, Vip Mobile CTO Dejan Kastelic discussed his company’s approach Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and ...
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5 Attributes of Network Software Providers
Network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN) fundamentally change the way communications networks are built, and ...
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The Pervasive Openness of NFV
Open can mean different things to different people in the context of NFV, but it plays a very significant role.
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Making a Case for Network Software Providers
In the Wednesday edition of The Telegraph, there was a fantastic article by Christopher Williams on BT’s push to move beyond its traditional ...
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NFV and the Rise of NSPs
The NFV World Congress, an event focused on the ever-evolving world of telecom infrastructure, convenes Wednesday in San Jose, Calif.
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NFV Opens Up New Markets
If I look at our target market, historically, revenue has come from traditional telecom carriers. But the technology we build benefits what I would ...
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