AT&T Embraces Open Standards for Network Virtualization – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 515

January 26th, 2017 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Toby Ford, Assistant Vice President of Cloud Technology, Strategy, and Planning at AT&T, joins us to discuss AT&T’s cloud strategy. Ford is one of the architects of AT&T’s efforts to move 75% of its network traffic to virtualized network functions by the year 2020. In this interview, Ford talks about why NFV and SDN are so important to meeting customer demand, reports on AT&T’s network virtualization efforts thus far, and predicts where AT&T will next focus its virtualization efforts.

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