Are you Prepared for the Disruptions of Software Defined Networking?

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Ronald Guria, Director of Telecoms
This briefing will provide a current market snapshot, including use cases, ongoing deployments, competitive landscape and future outlook for SDN, as seen from enterprise CIOs and operators' CTOs.

Why you should attend:
- Grasp the market situation, including how SDN will evolve, and drivers and restraints
- Obtain a technical and market trends perspective from discussions held with carriers and enterprises
- Get a comprehensive view of the competitive landscape, including the impacts of the SDN disruption on existing vendors
Dec 12 2013
60 mins
Are you Prepared for the Disruptions of Software Defined Networking?
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