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Level 3 CTO: Lack of NFV Standards a Hindrance

6/2/2017
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At Light Reading's Big Communications Event, in Austin, Texas, Level 3 CTO Andrew Dugan told Light Reading that the lack of NFV standards is a 'pain point' and a hindrance to achieving scalability. Service providers must take an active role in creating those standards, he said.
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Joe Stanganelli,
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6/2/2017 | 4:50:07 PM
Be careful what you wish for
Be careful what you wish for. The issue of the lack of standards that Andrew talks about could well lead to the problem of too many standards -- and, from that point on, standards holy wars.
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