NFV World Congress 2017 Workshop

DoubleTree Hilton, San Jose, CA | Monterey Room (Lobby Level)

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 | 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Virtualization: Transforming Revenue Models, Partnerships and End-to-End Operations

Our workshop will provide a practical, step-by-step guide on what we believe is the near-term approach to end-to-end operations and partner management. We will be joined by Evan Frith, Director of Products and Services at TELUS, who will discuss the importance of leveraging virtualized technologies to optimize new product introduction timelines at reduced costs, bringing about new room for growth in an increasingly competitive market.

Continue the conversation over dinner with your industry colleagues and NEC/Netcracker subject matter experts! Transportation will be provided from the DoubleTree Hilton to the dinner venue.

Workshop: 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Dinner: 5:45 PM - 9:00 PM
Workshop: DoubleTree Hilton | 2050 Gateway Pl, San Jose, CA 95110
Dinner: Gordon Biersch Brewery | 33 East San Fernando St, San Jose, CA 95113

By Invitation Only, Non-Vendors 

Agenda Topics:

Ecosystem 2.0: Transforming Partnerships to Enable New Revenue and Service Innovation
Discover how NEC/Netcracker's Ecosystem 2.0 helps service providers reduce time-to-market and use best-of-breed VNFs with minimal risk. This workshop will dive into Ecosystem 2.0 and how it addresses the critical processes that are often overlooked in partner programs that only cover onboarding. 

TELUS Keynote: Leveraging Virtualization to Maximize Revenue 
Hear how TELUS is leveraging SDN/NFV solutions to acquire new subscribers and lower overhead as it transforms into a true digital service provider capable of expanding into new markets and quickly bringing innovative offerings to customers. 

What Goes Into Operationalizing SDN/NFV at Scale?
Learn how to operationalize SDN/NFV at scale and launch new partner strategies in order to drive service innovation, reduce time-to-market and introduce profitable new business models.
For questions regarding logistics, contact Charlotte Trull at or call +1 781-392-5445.

For all other questions, contact Natalia Soboleva at or call +1 781-467-6247.

Complete the form to register for the workshop.