By Jeff Gowan
When we were at the recent Light Reading Big Telecom Event 2014 conference, we heard a lot about how network functions virtualization (NFV) will play an important role in the future of telecom. In the first video below, Wind River’s Charlie Ashton describes Wind River Carrier Grade Communications Server and how it can be used to address some of the issues that telecom providers are having today.
The above video describes how Carrier Grade Communications Server will help address some of the biggest complexities and issues that telecom providers are facing today: Discussing Wind River Carrier Grade Communication Server.
We also had an opportunity to show Carrier Grade Communications Server in action using six use case demos we put together for a proof of concept with our partner Brocade. In the demo video below, Ron Breault shows the demo that seemed to be the most popular at the event. This video shows how Wind River Carrier Grade Communications Server can automatically scale based on CPU load: