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sowen557 11/5/2015 | 2:57:57 PM
Re: A new way of thinking Dont care about 5-Nines of relability when dialing my local emergency services number.  "Oh what you cant hear me, let me crawl outside, now can you hear me?  Yes Im having a heart attack"
Steve Saunders 11/5/2015 | 10:25:58 AM
Re: A new way of thinking i was privileged to be in the audience for this keynote, which was one of the best presentations i've EVER seen on next gen comms. And kudos to Vodafone for not being afraid to call out the elephants in the room! 
mendyk 11/5/2015 | 9:56:03 AM
Re: A new way of thinking Five-nines continues to exist as an abstract concept, but in terms of actual service delivery, it's no longer relevant for most telecom services. But to the point here, yes, it's time to turn the page on a construct that served the industry and its customers well in the 20th century.
[email protected] 11/5/2015 | 9:31:36 AM
Virtual VPN service timeline For those in the know, Vodafone's timeline for launching a global virtual VPN platform might look or seem insane, but it is those seemingly aggressive approaches that can really shake up the market and be the catalyst for innovation.
[email protected] 11/5/2015 | 9:29:49 AM
A new way of thinking This is the kind of mindset that will alter developments, I think.

Amzallag isn't just being provocative or stirring things up - he is lokoing at it from a different perspective -- focus on "recover in zero time and with zero damage to services" and that can. in theory, be achived in a distrivuted virtual networking environment wiothout having to ensure five nines. 

I think Vodafone is going to be a very exicting operator to watch in this space and will help advance NFV.
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