A satisfactory user experience in the information age must be real-time, on-demand, all-online, DIY, and social (ROADS). To survive and thrive, telcos must create a ROADS-capable experience that allows users to enjoy real-time customized services on demand that are accessible anywhere.
IT transformations are now critical to efficient operations, but efficiency cannot be achieved without eliminating the zombie infrastructure.Vendors and telecoms must work together to remove these monsters so that efficiency can define operations today.
The future of telco is software-defined; it’s also open-source. Open Network Operating System (ONOS) is the first carrier-grade operating system that combines both.
Guru Parulkar, Executive Director of ONOS, recently discussed the industry state of SDN .
China has recently proposed the concepts of "Internet Plus" to prompt an upgrade in its industrial structure. Dr. Li Ruicheng, SVP of SAP , shared the profound changes that IoT revolution may bring to relevant technologies and the industries they serve.
Lawrence Roberts created the ARPANET in the 1960's, and now he's back proposing an upgrade that will enable the ultra-high throughput needed for tomorrow - Flow-state Access, which will enable the applications of tomorrow.
ONOS is the brainchild of ON.Lab, and its Executive Director, Guru Parulkar, recently sat down with Communicate to discuss the platform itself, the state of SDN in the industry, and the shifting role of telcos.
Intel has launched a platform for establishing an interoperable IoT ecosystem. Brian McCarson, Senior System Architect Intel’s Internet of Things Group, outlines this platform’s features, applications, and the state of the ecosystem in general.