Why Agile Networks Are More Important Ever Before – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 207

September 10th, 2020 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: David Williams, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at netElastic Systems, talks with host Jake Smith about being an emerging player in network virtualization. The company solves some pressing network challenges by helping carriers move to a virtualize network infrastructure, focusing on high performance data plane routing in a software environment though its virtual broadband network gateway. With over forty engineers decided to this issue, the company has been successful very early on in the market.

The two talk more about why agile network infrastructure is so important today, given the dramatic increase in network traffic due to videoconferencing and remote work, and look to what the industry might become in the future.

For more information about netElastic Systems, visit:
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