Webinar: WebScale Telecom Begins with NFV Building Blocks

This webinar presents the outlook for, value propositions of, and challenges to Network Functions Virtualization. The discussion covers how standard high-volume servers, with commercial and open source software, unleash the full potential of NFV.  A virtualized mobile network reference architecture and demo developed by Intel, Qosmos, and Tieto illustrates the benefits for equipment suppliers and network operators.

Table of Contents

  • 1. WEBSCALE TELECOM BEGINS WITH NFV BUILDING BLOCKS
    • 1.1. Research Offerings
    • 1.2. Agenda
    • 1.3. Network Functions Virtualization
    • 1.4. Value Propositions of Virtualization
    • 1.5. Market Trends: 5-year Outlook
    • 1.6. Virtualization Market Trends
    • 1.7. NFV Ecosystem Sampling
    • 1.8. What's Inside Really Counts
    • 1.9. Challenges to Solve
    • 1.10. NFV Reference Architecture
  • 2. TRANSFORMING NETWORKING INTEL AND NFV
    • 2.1. Intel Networking Approach
    • 2.2. IA Building Blocks for NFV Infrastructure
    • 2.3. Intel?? Data Plane Development Kit (Intel?? DPDK)
  • 3. PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TIETO AND NFV
    • 3.1. Tieto Product Development Services
    • 3.2. MWC Demo: Zoom on Tieto Services
    • 3.3. Application Cloud Transformation Service
    • 3.4. The Benefits of Application Cloud Transformation Service
  • 4. LEVERAGING VIRTUAL DPI AS A COMPONENT FOR EFFECTIVE TRAFFIC SHAPING AND RESOURCE OPTIMIZATION
    • 4.1. Qosmos creates an information layer in networks
    • 4.2. Zoom on the Virtual DPI Function
    • 4.3. Use case 1: PDN Gateway or TDF uses info from vDPI component
    • 4.4. Use case 2: Management system uses info from vDPI component
    • 4.5. Benefits of DPI as a Shared Component in NFV
    • 4.6. Conclusion
    • 4.7. See ABI Research at

Tables

  1. Value Propositions of Virtualization

Charts

  1. Data Traffic 5-year Outlook, 2014 to 2019
  2. Core Network Capacity 5-year Outlook, 2014 to 2019
  3. NFV Packet Core Revenue, 2014 to 2019
  4. 50% of 2019 4G Traffic
  5. MME Control Plane Element
  6. L3 Forwarding, 2010 to 2013
  7. Intel DPDK L3 Forwarding (Mpps) @64B for a Physical Core

Figures

  1. NFV Ecosystem Sampling
  2. NFV Reference Architecture