CenturyLink Execs: Central Office Virtualization Begins with DSL Delivery

| August 4, 2017

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CenturyLink has big plans for central office virtualization, and the first place the company is implementing those plans involves DSL service delivery, as news announced today illustrates. The company said it was the first carrier to use its own virtualized broadband network gateway (vBNG) based on central office re-architected as a datacenter (CORD) concepts.

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