Nachman Shelef, vice president and general manager at HPE ConteXtream, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Ray Mota, CEO of ACG Research, discuss why customers should look to HPE as they transition their infrastructures to meet rapidly changing service demands.

ACG HotSeat with HPE’s Nachman Shelef on Dynamic Network Transformation, Part 1 & 2



Nachman Shelef, vice president and general manager at HPE ConteXtream, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Ray Mota, CEO of ACG Research, discuss why customers should look to HPE as they transition their infrastructures to meet rapidly changing service demands. HPE is positioning itself as a thought leader in network evolution, not only by addressing infrastructure requirements, but also by focusing on next-generation requirements in both the wireless and fixed line space to enable service providers to deal effectively with existing andvirtualized networkfunctions. Listen to how HPE addresses service providers' infrastructure needs as they migrate their networks to enable dynamic changes in their functions, as well as about the uses cases that meet the current and future requirements.

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In Part 2 Nachman Shelef, vice president and general manager at HPE ConteXtream, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and Ray Mota, CEO of ACG Research, continue their discussion of NFV to meet rapidly changing service demands. They focus on how HPE approach their customers, discuss how and why providers need to look beyond just the traditional function approach when transitioning their networks, and point out the differences between a fat and fit VNF. They also discuss the emerging hardware, software and ecosystems that will define and support current as well as future functions.

[embed]https://youtu.be/0OYRt2C_pYQ[/embed] Contact sales@acgcc.com for more information or to schedule your HotSeat video.

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