October 12 – 16 | Swissôtel | Düsseldorf, Germany
Join us at Swissôtel in Düsseldorf, Germany for SDN & OpenFlow World Congress.
Carrier activists are now moving into the “doing” phase of SDN+NFV, supported by a strong momentum of rapid specification, SDO collaboration, ecosystem partnerships, global solution development, public Proof-of-Concepts and – for the first time – Open Source communities such as the OpenDaylight and OPNFV projects.
Launched in the spring of 2012 – the first global SDN conference – SDN & OpenFlow World Congress is the industry leading debating forum and showcase for the rapidly growing and massively influential, Software-Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualisation industries.
Now, with over 100 supporting partners and sponsors, and 1,300+ delegates, the World Congress has established itself as the principal network innovation conference in Europe for the global telecommunications industry. While Layer123 doubled the Expo space available each year, the World Congress was still over-subscribed in 2012, 2013 and again in 2014, making it the industry’s first choice event. Join the real market-makers, leaders and activists and be part of the community and positive energy!
Altiostar will be present at this event to discuss its NFV C-RAN Solution using Ethernet Fronthaul.
Featured Speaker – Anil Bhandari
Anil Bhandari is Director of Product Management at Altiostar headquartered in Boston, USA. He has over 20 years of experience in the telecommunications market both from telecom operator and infrastructure vendor perspective.
Anil’s last assignment was with Cisco. In this assignment Anil was leading Cisco’s Mobility Architecture team for South Asia region. In this role Anil was responsible for leading large-scale network modernization in packet core platforms and establishing WiFi as a carrier grade radio solution for operators.
Prior to Cisco, Anil held various leadership roles at Motorola Solutions in Sales/ Services responsible for network infrastructure business.
Altiostar NFV C-RAN Architecture