April 14, 2017

White Paper: Accelerating SDN/NFV Commercialization

In a Netcracker-commissioned survey, European Communications analyzes the service providers' primary goals, challenges and strategies of commercializing SDN/NFV.

In collaboration with Netcracker, European Communications, a B2B media company, conducted a survey among service providers around the world exploring where service providers stand in terms of commercializing SDN/NFV.

The white paper discusses the main drivers for deploying SDN/NFV, including reducing time-to-market for new digital services, improving network efficiency and creating new offerings. The report also highlights obstacles that may be slowing SDN/NFV adoption as well as best practices for navigating large-scale IT transformation initiatives.



European Communications also breaks down Netcracker's partner-centric approach to executing on SDN/NFV strategies effectively and efficiently. Netcracker's innovative SDN/NFV solutions are based on its Agile Virtualization Platform and Practice (AVP), which leverages a wide range of solutions and services in order to help service providers embrace new revenue opportunities and deliver an unparalleled customer experience.



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