The Operator strategies for building 5G NFVI
The industry has, for the past 7 years, failed to create virtual network functions (VNFs) that have no dependencies on specific hardware configurations. This failure has delayed the NFV project. In particular, VNF onboarding and testing complexities have plagued NFV deployments and led to the creation of new vertical network siloes that limit the benefits of NFV. This report examines the three emerging strategies for operators to move away from these siloes and build common, horizontal network clouds for 5G.
Industry failure to create virtual network functions (VNFs) that have no dependencies on specific hardware configurations has delayed the NFV project.
THIS REPORT PROVIDES:
- an overview of the challenges that are hindering the progress of NFV
- an explanation of why horizontal, common networks clouds are essential for 5G
- an overview of the emerging paths that operators can choose from when building their 5G NFVI
- three recommendations to help operators identify their most-suitable NFVI strategy.
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