August 2, 2016

Netcracker Kicks Off APAC Summit in Malaysia

Netcracker teams, customer executives and industry experts come together to highlight best practices in becoming more agile and leveraging next-gen technologies.

Netcracker’s APAC Summit recently kicked off in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with executive presentations from BT, Sri Lanka Telecom and others on topics that include several of the key changes service providers need to make to bring services to market more quickly and reduce operating costs.

The invitation-only event provides an environment where Netcracker customers connect with and learn from one another, with this particular meeting being regionally focused on Asia. You can view our event landing page for all the details.

One topic that will come up during the program is the relationship between becoming a digital service provider and learning how to deploy technologies such as network functions virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) correctly to get the full benefit of network automation. In order to bring digital services to market more quickly and at a lower operating cost, virtualization must happen at scale.

But technology-focused solutions are just the first step in a digital evolution. Agile service development models need to be implemented and Netcracker’s executives will discuss how and why that happens during the event. They will also address how service providers can overcome the lack of business processes and the lack of critical skill sets that slow down SDN/NFV adoption at scale.



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