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Future Internet Networks - Tiana RAMAHANDRY - IDATE - Executive Seminar - DigiWorld Summit 2013


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Tiana Ramahandry, Senior Consultant, DigiWorld by IDATE

Tiana Ramahandry is a senior IDATE consultant since 2005. Her assignments are mainly focused on the telecom equipment sector and equipment suppliers’ strategies.She specifically works on telcos’ infrastructure evolution with expertise on traffic management and content delivery networks.

Tiana Ramahandry holds a post-graduate professional degree in Cable Networks, from the Université de Lille, and a Masters in Business Administration from the IAE de Bordeaux IV.

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  • 1. Future Internet Networks Consulting . Research . DigiWorld Institute Contact Tiana RAMAHANDRY Senior Consultant +33 4 67 14 44 57 March 2012
  • 2. Agenda - Future Internet Networks Round table #1 – Introducing a new era of network infrastructure with SDN and NFV Akamai keynote – The future of the CDN Networking coffee break Thales Alenia Space keynote – Role of the satellite in the future networks Ericsson Keynote – Drivers for the future networks Round table #2 – Tailoring the future networks for Internet of Things Orange – Conclusive keynote
  • 3. Context – Why this seminar ? Sources: 1) IDATE, (2) Cisco
  • 4. How will the future networks look like ? Current networks • « Limited » • Too complex • Too closed • Too rigid Requirements • Flexible & agile • Resources optimization • Video delivery support • Open • Intelligent • Programmable and automated • Scalable • Simple Key networks technologies • Cloud computing • CDN (Content Delivery Networks) • API • DPI (Deep Packet Inspection) Key concepts • SDN • NFV
  • 5. ˃ What is SDN ? ˃ What is OpenFlow ?  Software-Defined Networking  SDN standard, defined by the Open Network Foundation Technical definition Concept based on the separation of the data plane and the control plane of the network architecture Practical definition Centralization of the network control plane as a software program Source: ONF Source: ONF And OpenDayLight?  Open and transparent approach to SDN from Linux Foundation
  • 6. ˃ What is NFV ?  Network Functions Virtualization xx Definition Group formed under the ETSI to define required elements for the virtualization of network functions Principle Implementation of network functions in software that can run on industry standard server hardware Source: ETSI
  • 7. ˃ What does it mean ? • • • • Simplification of the network management Network monitoring, access to information from network equipment Centralized automated network management in real-time environment Equipment consolidation ˃ Promises from SDN and NFV ● Financial benefits Network infrastructure costs Energy costs ● Operational benefits Time-to-market services -50% +90% - Resources elasticity Traffic shape in real time Simplification of the network operations Optimise and monetise network resources Network security management …. ….
  • 8. Challenges (& opportunities ?) for telcos Towards real IT/telecoms convergence Impact on traditionnal network equipment providers New business models Implementation in the existing infrastructures Real operationalization of the new concepts Expected change from a hardware to a software environment 4,5 billion € ˃Global SDN and NFV market + 74% CAGR including telcos, cloud service providers, and enterprises 12% from telcos 2013 2018
  • 9. Stay tuned… Answers in the following round-table