The first open software platform for network functions virtualization

Network functions virtualization (NFV) promises to help service providers cut costs, while enabling the faster deployment of new, value-added services to their subscribers. Want to be the first to market with NFV? Open source software can get you there.

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To take advantage of NFV, you need an open software platform to run network applications in a virtual environment that delivers high performance on commodity hardware, reliability, scalability, and comprehensive management and orchestration features.

In this webinar, 6WIND and Red Hat outline their plan to produce the first open software platform for NFV, applicable to RAN, access and aggregation, and EPC equipment.

Join the webinar to learn about the system-level problems that are addressed by the platform and discover its benefits with a discussion of a service-provider use case.

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Date: June 25, 2013

Time:
  • 16:00 UTC | 12 pm (New York) / 6 pm (Paris) / 9:30 pm (Mumbai)
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business

Speaker(s):

Glenn Rudolph Global Partners and Alliances Director, Red Hat
Charlie Ashton VP of Marketing and Business Development, 6WIND

About Glenn Rudolph: Glenn Rudolph, Global Partners and Alliances Director at Red Hat, is responsible for building out industry solutions that are driven by key market inflections in the communications service provider market.
About Charlie Ashton: Charlie is responsible for 6WIND’s global marketing initiatives. He also manages 6WIND’s partnerships worldwide with semiconductor companies, subsystem providers, and software companies. Charlie has extensive experience in the embedded systems industry, with a career that includes leadership roles in both engineering and marketing at software, semiconductor, and systems companies. He led the introduction of new products and the development of new business at Green Hills Software, Timesys, Motorola (now Freescale), AMCC, AMD, and Dell. Charlie graduated from the University of Reading in England with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering.

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