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Dominique De Paepe, Market Director Service Provider at Skyline Communications, is globally responsible for service provider customers within the company. He has extensive experience in product marketing and product management of network management, orchestration, OSS and infrastructure for cable and telco service providers as well as carriers.
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This session covers drivers and sample use cases, discusses function implementation and the evolutions during the last few years, explains the difference in structure between virtual/cloud-based functions and appliance-based functions, and much more.
The following presentation has been planned on this topic:
Broadcast media workflows in today’s virtualized and cloudified infrastructures
Steven Soenens, our VP Product Marketing, will tell his audience all about the challenges of all-IP, virtualized and cloudified platforms.
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