IEEE International Conference on Network Softwarization

June 27-July 1, 2022 | Italy

Network Softwarization
Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Cloud-Edge-Fog Computing are driving an unprecedented techno-economic shift in the Telecom and ICT industries. Network softwarization and programmability promise to reduce operational costs, provide better flexibility and enable new service paradigms. For instance, they facilitate the deployment of 5G infrastructures, spanning from high data rate fixed-mobile services to Hybrid Clouds and the Internet of Things, all of which are accelerating the digital transformation that we are witnessing across industry and society. As a result, new service models and new value chains are emerging, leading to novel business models and significant socio-economic impact.

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A software-defined architecture that includes cloud virtualization and automation will help operators meet these new application and operational demands. They will reap the benefits of true multivendor networks that are harmonized with a common feature set across all target markets. With the onset of a new software-defined architecture, the supply chain for mobile network infrastructure deployment changes at a fundamental level. It will support an unprecedented level of versatility, allowing operators to combine best-in-class functions from multiple vendors. Operators also can evolve services as needed to address the demands of a competitive environment.


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