Telco Systems on Telecom Reseller: Podcast: Telco Systems, masters of NFV, service tier 1, 2 & 3 carriers around the world
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Telco Systems on Telco Reseller – Masters of NFV services

Podcast: Telco Systems, Masters of NFV

By Don Witt
May 22, 2018

Ariel Efrati, CEO of Telco Systems, discusses the current status of NFV with Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication. Each tier has different requirements. Tier 2 & 3 tend to serve regional communication needs. NFV can be implemented at the core or the at the edges close to their customers. It can also be a hybrid.

Telco Systems provides software for both Intel and Arm architectures For NFV applications which will consume a core, Intel is preferred. Arm provides more acceleration for security and cacheing.

Ariel continues with excellent insight into NFV and how it has accelerated the movement to the cloud. NFV has much more to do in the future.

Wherever you find advanced, carrier-grade telecom networks, you find Telco Systems delivering innovative solutions to today’s and tomorrow’s networking challenges. Established in 1972, Telco Systems brings over 40 years of experience to the design and development of advanced, high-performance telecom network communications solutions.

Their market-leading solutions enable service providers to create and operate high quality, service assured, carrier-grade, intelligent networks. They provide the capabilities for service differentiation that enable new forms of revenue production, maximizing network profitability. Service providers, large and small, depend on their consistent delivery of advanced solutions, enabling them to stay ahead of the capacity crunch while keeping total cost of ownership to a minimum.

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