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DHagar
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DHagar,
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3/23/2015 | 9:37:46 PM
Re: Marketing Speak sure to Follow
SteveSaunders, I fully agree!  This is an outstanding piece that most intelligently defines the open networking environment and the evolving technology changes.  Marc is a genious - "making the complex simple"!  He and you, with light reading are to be commended.  You need to be the leaders in forming an "intelligent" and thoughtful understanding of the industry!

 
Phil_Britt
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3/23/2015 | 10:36:17 AM
Too Many Acronymns
Nice post. There are far too many acronyms. It's OK when the audience is reading an article and can look up items. But too often in an interview or a presentation, the subject will go into acronym-speak without thinking about the interviewer/audiencw. While the interviewee/presenter might spend 40 hours a week in the technology weeds, not everyone else does.
Steve Saunders
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Steve Saunders,
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3/21/2015 | 9:40:29 AM
Re: Marketing Speak sure to follow
Marc, fantastic article! I'll drop you a line... i have some thoughts on how we can work together on a related area - Steve 
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3/20/2015 | 3:42:24 PM
A Few More Letters for Your Alphabet Soup
Marc,

Even though the article doesn't purport to list all the different organizations involved in SDN and NFV standards and open source projects, there are two more significant ones I would add to your list:

 

The NFV Forum (NFV-F) within ATIS:

It is focused on defining Service Provider-to-Service Provider and Enterprise-to-SP virtualization.

http://www.atis.org/NFV/index.asp

 

And the Broadband Forum which has significant activity on aspects of virtualization related to broadband access networks and CPE.

 
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3/20/2015 | 11:35:09 AM
Marketing Speak sure to follow
Where acronyms flourish, marketing labels are soon to follow.

NFV? Softnet.  Flexweb.  Packet-Pong.

SDN?  U-Build, Your Ping, ...

 

 


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