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Level 3's Richter Talks About Enterprise Cloud 'Gotchas'
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3/31/2017   8 comments
Level 3's Richter discusses dumb things end users do and other perceived problems with enterprise cloud.
BT's Schrock: Aggregation, Integration Next Steps for Enterprise Cloud
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3/31/2017   6 comments
BT is helping customers understand that the move to the enterprise cloud shouldn't be fraught with worry.
Linux Foundation's Joshipura on Building Open Enterprise Cloud
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3/30/2017   8 comments
Enterprise cloud is a blend of proprietary solutions and open source components, Joshipura says.
BT’s Schrock: Enterprise Cloud Spans Globe
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3/30/2017   5 comments
There's a wide range of providers, services and customers for enterprise cloud services.
Sandberg: Telenor Leans Into Software
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3/29/2017   3 comments
Bjørn-Taale Sandberg, head of Telenor Research, talks about how his company is learning to be more software-centric.
Telenor’s Sandberg Discusses Virtualization
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3/27/2017   4 comments
Telenor is working across three primary fronts for its digitization initiative.
Enterprise Cloud Uses Mature, CenturyLink's Matherson Says
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3/24/2017   10 comments
Enterprise cloud is still evolving, but it's already starting to mirror legacy on premise infrastructure.
CL's Matherson: Future Is Now for Enterprise Cloud
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3/23/2017   32 comments
Matherson breaks down the opportunities and the obstacles that businesses face when moving to enterprise cloud.
Pacewicz: Indigo the Next Innovation Wave for AT&T
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3/20/2017   10 comments
Pacewicz talks about Indigo, which AT&T sees as its third generation of modern networking, and SD-WAN services.
Telstra's Fagan Discusses SD-WAN & Cloud Strategies
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3/17/2017   2 comments
Telstra's Jim Fagan, director of global platforms, explains the organization's SD-WAN strategy and approach to cloud platforms.
AT&T's Pacewicz Talks About Inter-Carrier APIs
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3/16/2017   5 comments
Pacewicz provides more details about how AT&T, Colt and Orange are defining new standards for interoperability across each other's SDN-based networks.
UHDA's Schinasi Talks Mobile Video Quality
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3/16/2017   11 comments
Dan Schinasi, chairperson of the US Promotions Working Group, discusses the requirements of a new premium video certification for mobile devices released by the UHDA at the Mobile World Congress earlier this month.
AT&T's Katibeh Discusses Easing Cloud Concerns for Enterprises
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3/14/2017   30 comments
AT&T's NetBond not only offers enterprises flexibility and security, but also a way to collect IoT data.
SK Telecom's Lee Seeks Higher Quality, Lower Latency
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3/13/2017   2 comments
SK Telecom's head of media technology R&D is on a quest for ever-improving video quality delivered with constantly decreasing latency.
Viginier: Orange Transforms With DevOps
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3/10/2017   5 comments
Orange is going all in with a DevOps approach across its operation areas.
Linux Foundation's Joshipura Brings Order to Open Source
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3/9/2017   2 comments
The Linux Foundation hired Joshipura to move the open source ball forward by reducing fragmentation and increasing cooperation.
AT&T's Anschutz: CORD Ties in Open Source, Containers
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3/2/2017   10 comments
AT&T exec explains how CORD is designed to use containers and open networking to provision services and applications at the edge.
AT&T's Nassaur Talks Container Strategy
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3/1/2017   19 comments
AT&T is looking at the ways that containers and microservices will impact networks.




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