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NFV a Catalyst for Business Services Growth

11/2/2015
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Watch Justin Paul, Head of Network Product Marketing in Amdocs, talk about the opportunities cable operators have in the business services domain leveraging NFV (network functions virtualization) technology. Hear about the challenges operators face in introducing, delivering and operating services for their enterprise customers and how great opportunities await those who act quickly to roll out virtualized services. Find out more now.
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DHagar,
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11/3/2015 | 10:47:01 PM
Re: NFV-Catalyst for Growth
Alain, excellent information and interview.  Amdocs clearly understands virtualization and has put together a clear business case for their services.  I can see why they are a leader.

I was fascinated with his assessment of virtualization as being "disruptive technology" - something for business services to pay attention to.

I also believe his investment in the research study and clarity on monitization of NFV will serve Amdocs and the industry well.

Do they have any competitors in their "total solutions" space?

Thanks for great info.!
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