Telco Systems to present NFVTime QuickDeploy uCPE solution at SDN NFV World Congress 2018

Telco Systems will present NFVtime, an open uCPE (universal customer premises equipment) software solution designed for real zero touch service deployment of SD-WAN (software-defined wide-area network), vSecurity and other managed services, at the SDN NFV World Congress 2018, which will take place on October 8-12, 2018 at The Hague, The Netherlands.

The company will hold live demos of NFVi-OS and uCPE MANO for Arm and Intel whitebox hardware at booth #C10.

NFVTime hardware agnostic uCPE solution will also be presented at Telco Systems stand in the Arm Partners booth. Visitors will get a chance to learn more how NFVTime can accelerate their network function virtualization (NFV) service deployment plans and reduce deployment and operational costs.

Telco Systems NFVTime QuickDeploy solution offers carriers an overall bundle turn key solution for NFV deployment. The capability of NFVTime to run any virtual network function (VNF) on any whitebox, whether on Intel x86 or Arm devices, is a key factor enabling growth in the edge, creating the opportunity for the industry to extract the maximum value of the NFV network transformation.

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According to recent research by IDC, worldwide revenue for the virtual network functions (VNF) market is expected to double from $2.5 billion in 2017 to $5 billion in 2018. The trend is driven by early 5G deployments and, as wireline initiatives such as vCPE, CORD, and HERD gain further momentum IDC forecasts that the VNF market will continue to grow to $16.4 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 45.4%.

NFVTime central, uCPE management and orchestration (MANO) solution, allows accelerating the NFV deployment and VNF introduction thorough robust and agile uCPE and services lifecycle management capabilities, staring from zero-touch-provisioning through VNF launch and monitoring.

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