Где: Paris France
Дата: 2016-03-08 - 2016-03-11
Добавлено: JSON TV
One Single World Congress in 2016
The 18th Edition of the MPLS/SDN/NFV World Congress, to be held 08/11 March 2016 in Paris, will once again gather major actors of service providers and enterprises networks evolution.
The Congress will begin with a plenary session during the first conference day and will then carry on with two main tracks: NFV & Open source and MPLS SDN Perspectives.
A strong presence of service providers (more than 50% of the audience) as well as a growing internationalization (see figures) will confirm the Paris World Congress as the first worldwide event in the MPLS SDN & NFV area.
The 2016 Agenda: What is left of NFV? What can’t we do with MPLS?
Day 1 / Plenary session: After the marketing rush, what is left of SDN/NFV?
Learn from Orange, BT, Telefonica, Comcast, Google, Deutsche Telekom, Etisalat, AT&T, Telecom Italia, NTT, Verizon and Colt experiences and vision.
Software defined WAN: what will the future CPE looks like?
The Software Defined Access is definitely the hottest subject in the industry. What functions should be with the customer? In the POP?
• Next generation CPE
NFV & Open Source Track
Is NFV another mirage, just like the one the Industry like to invent on a regular bases?
Many service providers today, seem to think so as they have trouble making difference between SDN and NFV. Others seems to think that this attitude is just a necessary pause after the abundant media cover and that the NFV concept will soon mature in a definite solution.
• Service insurance in NFV: What about mission critical services?
• Return on experiences: facing reality
• An open ecosystem for NFV and SDN
MPLS & SDN Track
Some industry actors are claiming that we do not need MPLS no more. Service Providers, have however, a more concrete vision. It’s not about getting rid of MPLS but finding out what it is possible or not possible to achieve with this technology within virtual networks architecture.
• Segment routing: deployment experience and technology update
• SDN for core networks
• Analytics & multicast