The Benefits of Network Functions Virtualization

October 4, 2018

NFV (also known as VNFs) has been hugely beneficial for IT to modernize their Enterprise Network. It has the ability to virtualize classical network functions like switching, routing, firewalls and so on (a.k.a White-Box Implementation). NFV has made a huge difference by improving the way to create, deploy, and manage enterprise networks. It has allowed IT to manage thousands of Networks seamlessly, that too faster at a lower cost! The below infographic showcases 5 key benefits of NFV.

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