Events

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Visit our Demo Booth #563 as we demonstrate our Open Metro Edge SDN & NFV Solutions.

Meet Telco Systems at Light Reading's Big Telecom Event (BTE) to learn how we empower communications service providers to increase revenues, simplify operations and assure customer retention and satisfaction.

Telco Systems would like to share with you our innovative SDN & NFV Open Metro Edge (OME) Portfolio. Telco Systems' OME solutions fully support the company's comprehensive evolution plan for transitioning Carrier Ethernet 2.0 to SDN and NFV architectures. The tools provided with OME are designed to empower service providers and enable them to use their competitive advantages both by optimizing their total cost of ownership and by offering new types of services at a much faster pace to increase their revenues. The key advantage provided with OME is that it’s a full edge solution, but follows a very modular approach. By leveraging the synergies between SDN, NFV and open innovation, every element (demarcation, aggregation, controller, etc.) can be taken separately to fit each service provider’s needs, or can be bundled as a complete solution. Request a meeting to learn more!

Rami Yaron, Telco System’s VP of Strategy & Business Development and Co-Chair of the MEF Global Marketing Committee, will be presenting in the following workshops:

Carrier Ethernet Workshop - June 8th at 1:10 – 1:30 p.m.:
The Third Network - LSO, SDN, and NFV
This session features the MEF work on the implementation of Carrier Ethernet, SDN, and NFV together with Lifecycle Service Orchestration (LSO) to accelerate the implementation of agile and dynamic carrier services and improve operational efficiency of the world's most popular business services in the context of the Third Network. Click here for more information.

ONF/SDN Workshop - June 8th at 3:50 – 4:50 p.m.:
Panel Discussion: Why are there so many groups?
As the community continues to progress down the path towards SDN (and NFV), there has been seemingly a proliferation of groups that are striving to participate. An increasingly common question is to sort through the alphabet soup to rationalize each of the groups. In this panel, senior leaders from some of the most important activities will clarify their individual objectives and how they fit into the overall SDN and NFV community.