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Inside Verizon's 1st Production SDN-NFV

3/28/2016
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Verizon spent 18 months, working in rapid fashion, to turn up its first five production pods for its virtualized networks, deploying software-defined networking and network functions virtualization. Chris Emmons, director of network infrastructure planning, offers a look inside that effort and its challenges.
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cnwedit,
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4/2/2016 | 4:24:27 PM
Re: VZ SDN
For the scale of the project and the scope of changes required, yes, that is a fast timeline. 
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4/2/2016 | 2:24:41 PM
VZ SDN
I give them credit for trying. I think it's funny when he says they moved quickly...I guess 18 months is pretty quick in telco :-)

 

 
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