The Telco Cloud is Becoming a Reality – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 443

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: In this livecast from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Lynn Comp, Director of Market Development for the Network Platforms Group at Intel stops by to talk about how telecommunications (telco) cloud and the cloudification of the network is rapidly becoming a reality. She explains how telco cloud is providing operators with greater flexibility, agility, and scalability in comparison with traditional architectures through a nimble software-based service delivery model. Lynn highlights how network function virtualization is a key piece of the transformation to telco cloud and predicts that in 2016 we may see core NFV workloads like customer premise equipment (CPE), integrated multi-messaging system (IMS) and evolved packet core (EPC) being deployed in mass throughout the industry.

To learn more, follow Lynn (comp_lyn) on Twitter.

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