Roundtable at NFV45

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ETSI NFV Telco Cloud Native workshop #Paris March 2024

ETSI NFV has played a critical role in mobile operators' 4G/5G deployment, more than 70% of the 4G and 5G core network are deployed based on ETSI NFV specifications. ETSI NFV is the right place for Telco operators to bridge the CT carrier-grade requirements with the IT evolutionary cloud native practices. Without correct understanding of the telecom operator's heritage, simply reusing IT/open source solutions will lead to unstable services and unpredictable performance.

The Telco Cloud Native workshop will be hosted after NFV#45, where high-level representatives from operators, manufacturers, cloud stakeholders are invited to discuss the future evolution of Telco cloud-native and promote the unified ecosystem path for multi-SDOs, open sources and hyperscalers.

Date: Monday, March 18th, 2024, 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Location: Orange Gardens, Paris, France


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ETSI NFV Telco cloud native workshop Program:

Topic Speaker Company Content Time
Welcome Yoshihiro Nakajima ETSI NFV Chair Welcome and warm up 14:00-14:10
Keynote 1 James Crawshaw Omdia Latest industry progress 14:10-14:30
Operator 1 Philippe Ensarguet & Guillaume Nevicato Orange Speeches on:

Progress, pain points and future

Operator 2 Carlo Cavazzoni TIM 14:50-15:10
Operator 3 Luis Velarde Tazόn Telefonica 15:10-15:30
Panel 1 - OSS and SDO Moderated by Hui Deng (Vice-chair of ETSI NFV) Orange, TIM, Telefonica Cloud native open source and standard 15:30-16:10
Coffee Break 16:10-16:20
Operator 4 Vuk Gojnic & Michal Sewera DT Speeches on: Progress, pain points and future 16:20-16:40
Operator 5 Hao Zhang China Mobile 16:40-17:00
Operator 6 Yoshihiro Nakajima (or Joan Triay) DOCOMO 17:00-17:20
Panel 2 - Operators Moderated by Philippe Ensarguet (Orange) DT/China Mobile/DOCOMO Challenges, Trends, Opportunities toward Next Decade of NFV 17:20-18:00
Operator 7 Ranny Haiby Linux Foundation Networking Open source cooperation 18:00-18:20
Summary Yoshihiro Nakajima ETSI NFV Chair Summary of roundtable 18:20-18:25