With the fast adoption of SD-WAN, many SPs are trying to understand their role in future enterprise connectivity. Will MPLS IP-VPN be completely replaced by SD-WAN? Will SPs become simply low-cost undifferentiated capacity?
The rise and rise of software defined wide area networking
For many years IPVPN MPLS has been the mainstay of service providers, however according to the OVUM IP VPN Services Market Forecastthe revenues will decline in the next few years even as traffic will continue to grow.
What’s driving this decline? What role does SD-WAN play here? What Strategies should Telecom Operators take?
What is the big promise of NFV for Service Providers? All too often I hear people talking about cost reductions. But the reality is that most organizations won’t achieve the full potential from this approach alone. Why is that?
Last week I had the pleasure to attend MPLS SDN NFV World Congress. Once again, the event brought together some exceptional people to discuss and debate some of the most critical issues in our industry.
Amid several virtual product demonstrations that kept the Juniper booth filled to capacity throughout the week, we also showcased the MPC9E line card for the MX2000 3D Universal Edge Router family.