TIA Speaks @ NTCA IP Vision Conference
TIA Speaks @ NTCA
NTCA IP Vision Conference – April 10-12, St. Louis MO
Date: April 11, 2017
Location: St. Louis, MO
TIA is delighted to have been invited to bring its expert members who focus on Virtualization and Security to the NTCA 2017 IP Vision Conference & Expo taking place April 10-12, 2017 in St. Louis, MO.
The IP Vision Conference and Expo is a prime opportunity to reach the independent broadband service provider market. Sponsorships, exhibit space and advertising opportunities are available to help you convey to network owners how your products and services can help them to diversify revenues, lower costs, and leverage the latest technologies as they transition to an IP-based broadband environment.
TIA will be presenting two panels in the IT Track on April 11th. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Data Center Virtualization: Bringing Cyber to the Physical
Data centers are evolving the services offered, business models, and operations for rural providers to meet customer demands and service obligations. When a provider wants quick turnover support of new or expanded services, a data center needs to be ready to comply to win that business. No matter the size of an operation, virtualization and cloud based services are infiltrating all aspects of data center management. Hear about the latest technological advances in data center virtualization, implementation, use cases, best practices, how to prepare for future customer demands and technology enhancements, and what to avoid.
The ABCs and ROI of NFV and SDN
OTT content providers have long used software to streamline big data delivery between customers and core infrastructure facilities. Now communications service providers of all tiers are recognizing the need to manage capital expenditures and streamline operations through this same use of software. NFV (network functions virtualization), SDN (software defined networks), and additional uses of the cloud are steadily moving from lab to network deployment. This session will discuss why carriers are moving to virtualization, the ROI this transition promises, and the latest in research and technological best practices.