All Access Pass: The Role of SD-Access in Next-Gen Architecture and Business Ops
Global IP traffic is set to almost triple between 2016 and 2021, so CSPs and MSOs increasingly deploy software-based infrastructures to lower costs, improve ROI, enhance customer experience and deploy new services faster. Software-Defined Access is quickly gaining traction among providers, and this versatile architecture has a role amid SD-WAN and cloud-based networks. Indeed, operators already are realizing business benefits from SD-Access.
Any SD-Access conversation must include open source and CORD. On November 7, at 11 a.m. ET, Robert Conger, Associate Vice President of Cloud and Portfolio Strategy at ADTRAN, will discuss all aspects of SD-Access during a UBB2020 radio show.
In addition, Robert -- who oversees new technology development and global cloud strategy at ADTRAN -- will share some of ADTRAN's announcements from Broadband World Forum in Berlin and preview some upcoming news from MEF later in November. He'll also talk about the future of key technologies such as Gfast and 10G PON, including trials and the standards work ADTRAN is involved in today.
Join us for a fascinating look into the world of SD-Access and the complementary technologies creating the digital revolution. Bring your questions and your curiosity to be part of the conversation.
Please note this is an archive. The original broadcast of this radio show was November 7th, 2017 and 11am ET.