NEC/Netcracker to Highlight Operationalizing and Monetizing Cloud Services and Applications Through Virtualization at GEN15

Orchestration Across Hybrid Cloud Environments Will Be Critical In Differentiating Operators’ Services.

NEC Corporation and Netcracker Technology announced today they will participate on two panel sessions during the GEN15 event from November 16-19 in Dallas, Texas. The sessions will highlight how service providers can orchestrate services across virtual private cloud and hybrid cloud environments to differentiate themselves from other operators. NEC/Netcracker is a Gold Sponsor of the event and will be in Booth #716.

When: November 16-19, 2015

Where: Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas


Managing the Evolution of Physical and Virtual Networks
4:00 p.m. on November 17 in the Trinity Ballroom 5 & 6 - 3rd Level
Mark Bieberich, Senior Director of Strategy for SDN/NFV at NEC/Netcracker, will speak on the panel “End-To-End Service Orchestration Across Physical & Virtual Network Domains.” Mr. Bieberich will discuss how to quickly and easily onboard third-party network functions and applications in a cloud-based ecosystem. He will also highlight how an end-to-end service orchestration solution is needed to assure service quality across hybrid physical and virtual network domains.

Differentiate Your Services and Increase Revenue With Cloud Technologies
3:50 p.m. on November 18 in the Trinity Ballroom 5 & 6 - 3rd Level
Mr. Bieberich will also participate on the panel “How Service Providers Can Differentiate With Virtual Private Cloud Connections/Hybrid Cloud Connectivity.” He will discuss how service providers can differentiate their services and generate revenue while effectively delivering performance-assured, SLA-backed cloud services.

To set up a meeting with NEC/Netcracker executives during GEN15, please contact Juliet Shavit of SmartMark Communications at

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