PISCATAWAY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--IEEE, the world's largest professional organization advancing technology for humanity, today announced registration is open for the 1st IEEE International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft 2015), the flagship event established as part of the IEEE Software-Defined Networks Initiative. IEEE NetSoft 2015 will be held 13-17 April 2015, at University College London.
Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and Cloud Computing are different expressions of an overall transformation trend using "softwarization" to optimize costs, processes and add value to network infrastructures. In particular, SDN and NFV are creating the conditions to reinvent network and cloud architectures, accelerate service deployment and facilitate infrastructure management. This will move the competition from CAPEX-based models to OPEX-based ones, potentially changing business roles and relevant business models.
This transformation in networking is the basis for the IEEE NetSoft 2015 conference theme: Software-Defined Infrastructures for Networks, Clouds and Services. NetSoft 2015 is a must attend event for those seeking to explore the technical future of networking; register today by clicking here.
Anchored by in-depth workshops including 5G mobility and security, tutorials and demonstrations, NetSoft 2015 will focus on advanced topics and provide a platform for distinguished thought leaders, researchers and technologists to tackle the latest challenges driving network softwarization.
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