Edge Convergence of Fixed and Mobile Network Services
Recorded Apr 17 08:00 am
About this Webinar
The wide usage of Cloud Computing has hastened the convergence of Internet and Cloud Technologies. Increase in demand of ‘Everything-as-a-Service’ are creating tremendous pressure on conventional hardware based service gateways, that are finding it difficult to meet the demands of cloud scaling and convergence of services delivery. Additionally with the proliferation of OTT players, Telcos and DTH providers are feeling the heat of diminishing services revenues calling for solutions that could enable commercially viable service innovation and accelerate consumer adoption.
Increasing demand on service personalization and consistent multi-device experience is accelerating the demand on providers to seek ways to converge their disparate Access networks to meet this demand while staying profitable. This is only possible through extensive multi-dimension insight into the customers network and the ability to dynamically program the network as per user experience. In this webinar, we intend to share a few key factors that we believe could positively influence this seamless digital transformation like :
· How effectively can access/edge convergence help in orchestrating service delivery and creating uniform user experience
· How can Telcos and OTTs co exist without impacting their revenue plans
· How can DTH providers who are also ISPs make use of edge convergence and attain best of both worlds
· How could 5G be really about converged, interworking networks than today’s “little bigger 4G"
· How could Network slicing be made more realistic for MSOs and VNOs
· How could today’s pseudo SD-WAN deployments by Telcos be made more realistic
· How we make use of Intel’s NEV stack to implement edge convergence gateway.