NFVI – Are We There Yet? – Intel Chip Chat Network Insights – Episode 252

February 4th, 2020 |
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Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Network functions virtualization infrastructure (NFVI) defines standards for compute, storage, and networking resources that can be used to build virtualized network functions. Since the publication of the first white paper on NFV in 2012, immense investment and development has defined the NFVI specification. Vincent Seet, Head of Enterprise Architecture at Globe Telecom joins Intel Chip Chat Network Insights during the Intel Network Builders Summit in conjunction with SDN & NFV World Congress in The Hague, Netherlands.

Vincent explains the work Globe Telecom has been involved with at the NFVI layer and what, from his perspectives, are the next stages in the development of NFVI.

Vincent and his team are responsible for ensuring enterprise architecture maximizes the use of existing application capabilities, monitoring of emerging technology and timely adoption. Globe Telecom services over 80 million mobile customers which require worldwide connectivity and seamless orchestration.

Hear how a collaboration with Amdocs is driving new innovation for enterprise customers.

Vincent shares where he would like Globe Telecom to be in two years in terms of advancement with this technology and what is needed from the industry to address gaps in the journey to fully interoperable solutions and deliver a unified cloud infrastructure.

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