DENVER -- NFV & Carrier SDN -- Attendees at Light Reading's NFV & Carrier SDN conference were treated to two days of information and insight about the way network virtualization is transforming the service provider industry.
They also got to visit Denver, one of America's best cities, nicknamed the "Mile High City" for its altitude, and not because the state of Colorado legalized marijuana in 2014.
The conference featured a Women in Comms breakfast, which was open to men, and which I would have been happier about attending if it did not start at 7 a.m. I'm delighted to advance the cause of women in the workplace, but I'd prefer to do it later in the day.
To see some of what we saw while gallivanting around town, click on the image below to launch a slideshow.
Only the first slide features anything to do with NFV, SDN or networking technology. For more on those subjects, see the exhaustive coverage by the Light Reading team, at the links below. But first click on the slideshow and have fun.
- Programmable Networks Crack the Cost Code
- Analytics Helps Level 3 Read Minds
- Open Source Opens Doors for Comms Startups
- CL's Walker: Telecom Needs Cooperation Revamp
- Heavy Reading: Mobile NFV Leads Surge to $15B Market by 2020
- AT&T Ready for Next-Gen NFV
- CenturyLink: Expect SD-WAN Surprises
- Level 3: Focus SDN/NFV on Enterprise Issues
- Heavy Reading: Faster Services Driving NFV
- Heavy Reading: SDN Bringing Capex, Opex Savings to Optical Networks
— Mitch Wagner, , Editor, Light Reading Enterprise Cloud