We have had a great time meeting with customers and analysts this week at the Policy Control Conference. Kishen Mangat, Cisco’s Senior Director and General Manager of the Policy Business Unit, presented a keynote on Wednesday entitled “The Changing Mobility Business in the Age of Virtualisation.”
During his keynote, he touched on the topic from last week’s blog about how Service Providers are learning to expand their offerings with both additional services to existing subscribers and new ways to create business models and enter new markets. Traditional PCRF and the evolving Policy offerings like Cisco Policy Suite are helping our customers create Read More »
Tags: AT&T, Cisco, Cisco ASR 5000 packet core, Cisco Policy Suite, connected car, K-Opticom, mobility, MVNOs, NFV, PCRF, Service Provider, virtualization
Greetings from Berlin and the Policy Control Conference, where we won the “Most Innovative Virtualised PCRF Solution” award. This is a great honor, as it reflects demands for virtualized Policy to address the evolution of policy from traditional PCRF, and Cisco’s leadership in this space.
Cisco’s own Dez O’Connor from our Business Development organization spoke about how Policy is evolving to address the growing demands on the network from video. His panel was titled “2018 prediction 79% of internet traffic will be video.” Because consumers are using mobile networks to watch videos, networks today are Read More »
Tags: award, Cisco, Cisco Policy Suite, NFV, PCRF, Service Provider
No one will question that a significant contributor to a company’s long term success is customer loyalty. Loyalty is gained by providing your customers with an experience that make them keep coming back to you for more, and even bringing along others with them – ultimately helping you drive more revenue and profitability.
Technologies like NFV (network functions virtualization) and SDN (software defined networks) make the infrastructure on which services are Read More »
Tags: Cisco, cloud service management, NFV, SDN, Service Provider
If you do not know the International Society of Service Innovation Professionals or ISSP, I encourage you to do so.
ISSIP is an amazing organization with very active Cisco engagement; and yes Cisco is a co-founder of ISSIP.
ISSIP defines service “as the application of knowledge for the benefit of others, and service science as the study of diverse, interconnected, complex “human-centered value co-creation systems in business and in society.”
With wonderful colleagues in private industry and academia service science coupled with innovation is core to a service strategy. There are indeed implications to talent such as Read More »
Tags: Cisco, ISSIP, NFV, SDx, Service Provider, service science, service stategy
Exciting times! Cisco Live Melbourne 2015 started on the 17th with four packed days of technology updates and new solution launches. This year we are expecting a phenomenal crowd of more than 5700 attendees. Cloud, virtualization and SDN(Software Defined Networks)/NFV(Network Function Virtualization) are a big agenda for all our customers and you will find the latest here at Cisco Live with up to 16 concurrent sessions to choose throughout the day. Try your hands on one of many Self-paced Labs or show off your prowess at DevNet.
And then, there is the World of Solutions @ Cisco Live. This year, the World of Solutions will have a wonderful village-like atmosphere complete with bus stands, trees and clouds amongst the Meet the Experts and CCIE corners. At Cisco, we believe that the future is about Connecting the Read More »
Tags: Cisco, cisco live melbourne, cloud, NFV, orchestration, SDN, Service Provider, virtualization, world of solutions