Operational challenges encumbering NFV deployment, says report

| November 17, 2017

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Operational challenges and immature virtualized technologies are hindering NFV deployments among communications service providers (CSPs). That is at least the conclusion of a recent report titled “The Future of Networks: Dealing with transformation in a virtualized world” by specialist consultancy Cartesian.

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