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January 2017 | By Avi Dorfman @ Telco Systems
4 Cyber Security Threats on NFV Networks
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4 Cyber Security Threats on NFV Networks
 

All around the world, telecommunications operators and service providers are excited about the opportunities that Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) promise to provide. Although operational use of these software-centric technologies in this industry is still in early stages, many providers are actively testing and evaluating solutions in their labs and formulating their strategies for deployment.

 

 

Avi Dorfman

VP R&D at Telco Systems

 

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November 2016 | By Avi Dorfman @ Telco Systems
4 Gaps of Network Functions Virtualization to Meet Carrier-Grade Expectations
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4 Gaps of Network Functions Virtualization to Meet Carrier-Grade Expectations
 

Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is a core structural change in the way telecommunication infrastructure gets deployed. This in turn will bring significant changes in the way that applications are delivered to service providers. NFV will bring cost efficiencies, time-to-market improvements and innovation to the telecommunication industry infrastructure and applications. 

 

 

Avi Dorfman

VP R&D at Telco Systems

 

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August 2016 | By Avi Dorfman @ Telco Systems
5 Ways Netflix is Changing Telecom Networks
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5 Ways Netflix is Changing Telecom Networks
 

Now, Netflix is in the homes of over 60 million subscribers and adding nearly 5 million new subscribers every quarter.

Netflix finds ways to respond to the ever-increasing demand for more online content. They teamed up with electronics companies to make their content available on Internet connected devices. They made the streaming of TV series a reality.

Let’s look at why Netflix’s service is so successful, and how streaming has influenced telecom networks architecture.

 

 

Avi Dorfman

VP R&D at Telco Systems

 

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