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elizabethv
elizabethv
10/19/2017 8:42:23 AM
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Re: Progress
@afwriter - Great point! With additional need and use there will undoubtedly be additional need for security. It could potentially even lead to new innovations in security as well. The sky is potentially the limit, as they say.

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afwriter
afwriter
10/18/2017 10:38:20 PM
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Re: Progress
@ElizabethV I echo everything you said and would only add that additional innovations will not only keep the technology relevant but also safer. 

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afwriter
afwriter
10/18/2017 10:38:20 PM
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Re: Progress
@ElizabethV I echo everything you said and would only add that additional innovations will not only keep the technology relevant but also safer. 

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elizabethv
elizabethv
10/18/2017 9:24:23 AM
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Re: Progress
@freehe - I agree, and with those possibilities it is easy to see what it is so attractive to businesses. I believe it will only continue to be beneficial to businesses as more and more begin to use it as well. With additional need there will likely continue to be additional innovations to keep the technology relevant. 

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clrmoney
clrmoney
10/17/2017 8:19:14 PM
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Faster NFV services and more
Of course we all would like something fast and cheap for whatever service or product provided. But for the NFV/Network Function Virtualization that relates to networking many things etc.

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freehe
freehe
10/17/2017 7:10:33 PM
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Re: A Foot in the Door
@Shaunn, I agree. NFV will reduce operational and maintenance costs. NFV improves security and helps meet companies current and future business needs. NFV can help transform a company from a small company to a larger company and help free up money, time and resources to focus on other R&D projects.

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freehe
freehe
10/17/2017 7:07:52 PM
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Progress
@Mike Robuck, great article that shows how the market is changing. Demand for NFV is slowly increasing. Progress is being made, it's moving slowly but it is moving. NFV will allow companies to design, deploy and manage their network services quicker and more efficiently.

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Shaunn
Shaunn
10/17/2017 6:18:55 PM
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A Foot in the Door
Seems that NFV is proving itself as an effective strategy for business. At this rate it may become a standard option, if not a standard, in a few more years. This will definitly be a game changer for certain companies.

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DHagar
DHagar
10/17/2017 5:51:35 PM
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Re: Poll - NFV Services
@Mike, quite interesting results and very encouraging developments in the recognition of growing importance.  Progress is definitely being made.

I believe those concerns are consistent with the recognition that the changes demand new solutions and transformation to new platforms to integrate effectively and accommodate further the new technologies (i.e., 5G).

I believe this confirms that at least an evolution is taking place, if not a transformation.

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