At Big Communications Event 2017, 'The Composable Telco' panel discussed how virtualization and automation will affect the telecom business
Austin, Texas, May 22, 2017 (Newswire.com) - This year’s BCE conference, hosted by Light Reading, focused on both the current shift toward virtualization and the operational push toward automation. These rapid technological changes will affect the telecom business, and telcos must embrace these changes, particularly through the use of open integration mechanisms that enable them to use software components developed in-house or by third parties.
Intraway’s CTO Steve Marsh was honored to contribute his expertise on how telcos can become more ‘composable’ to ensure that their business keeps up to date with the industry’s current transformations.
“It was great to be in Austin for the Light Reading Big Coms event and to be a part of the Composable Telco panel. I was able to share my views and Intraway’s position on what it takes to become a Composable Telco by embracing software & virtualization, agreeing on guiding principles, organizational commitment, automating everything, attention to operations and assurance, and adapting a framework, among other strategies. I hope we get the opportunity to contribute again next year.”
BCE is an annual conference dedicated to the broad landscape of the telecom sector, including networks of all kinds, data centers, cloud service providers, the booming IoT market, video services and more. This year’s conference was held in Austin, Texas, and took place over three days from May 15th to May 17th.
As a leading telecom solutions provider managing over 55 million devices deployed in 22 countries over three continents, Intraway helps improve communications service providers’ profitability, time to market and customer experience, unleashing the full potential of networks by adding the latest, cutting-edge functionalities while reducing operational costs.
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