Keynote: The Fringe of ETSI ISG NFV: Leveraging Proofs of Concept (PoCs) and reconciling SDN and NFV

Grabaketa data: 30/09/2015
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Silvia Almagia (ETSI) Diego López (Telefonica)

ETSI ISG NFV is currently focusing on building normative specifications around the concepts that shaped the Architectural Framework that has become the core of what is currently known as Network Function Virtualization. But beyond this focus, the ISG keeps looking at the consolidation of those concepts and the practical approach that made the high impact of the original NFV idea. This talk will illustrate two main aspects of these activities, describing how the NFV PoC framework is evolving, and the exploration of the relationship(s) between SDN and NFV

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