For a decade, service providers have struggled to compete with the seemingly more agile over the top (OTT) vendors. At first, SDN was hailed as the answer, but SDN bloomed more slowly than expected. As a result many have turned to network functions virtualization (NFV) to transform both their infrastructure and their ability to respond to customer needs. NFV is expected to push service providers into the digital age while lowering costs and increasing agility. But most of us haven’t quite figured out how NFV will help them save money let alone unlock new revenue streams.
As a service provider, adding more hardware, even agile hardware, will likely only add costs to your network in the near turn. To justify the investment you will need to discover how to generate new revenue streams. And taking on the OTTs head on is not for everyone. The only question is—where should you start? The Where’s the Revenue from Virtualized Services live webinar will provide an answer.
On November 19 at 10:00 AM EST (3:00 PM GMT), representatives from ECI and Light Reading will join forces to discuss the drivers of new NFV revenue streams, and how to take advantage of them. It’s time for service providers to regain some of the control!.
In the “Where’s the Revenue from Virtualized Services?” webinar, you’ll hear from NFV experts such as Steve Saunders (Founder and CEO of Light Reading), Ray LeMaistre (Editor in Chief of Light Reading), Hayim Porat (CTO of ECI) and Jonathan Homa (Director of Portfolio Marketing at ECI). Throughout the live webinar, they’ll discuss the following critical topics:
There’s still plenty of time to register for this live webinar. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn how to capture the potential of NFV and take OTTs down a notch.
Click here to register for the Where’s the Revenue from Virtualized Services? live webinar and join ECI and Light Reading on the path to success with virtualized platforms.
With more than 25 years of experience in working in the telecoms market, Andreas is ECI's Head of Product and Corporate Marketing. He has made a career of advocating, explaining and selling the values of telecommunication solutions.