Learn about MPLS, SDN and NFV and take advantage of this opportunity to discuss with Colt experts.
The 18th Edition of the MPLS/SDN/NFV World Congress, to be held 08/11 March 2016 in Paris, will once again gather major actors of service providers and enterprises networks evolution.
The Congress will begin with a plenary session during the first conference day and will then carry on with two main tracks: NFV & Open source and MPLS SDN Perspectives.
A strong presence of service providers as well as a growing internationalization will confirm the Paris World Congress as the first worldwide event in the MPLS SDN & NFV area.
During the event, Colt experts will share their vision and present the Colt strategy on SDN and NFV:
“An NFV SDN Architecture Vision” by Nicolas Fischbach, Director Strategy, Architecture and Innovation, Colt – Wednesday March 9th at 8.30am
“Service Providers: after the marketing rush, what is left of NFV/SDN?” debate to which Mirko Voltolini, VP Technology & Engineering, Colt will participate – Wednesday March 9th at 5.30pm
“Colt’s overall SDN/NFV Strategy” by Javier Benitez, senior specialist, Colt – Friday March 11th at 9.40am
1500+ participants coming from 65 countries:
With a record attendance of 1500+ attendees, coming from 65 countries, the 2015 edition has confirmed the Congress as, not only, the first Worldwide event in the SDN, NFV and MPLS market segments but the Congress has also retained awareness and priority within the Community.
Attending the Congress means:
– You can meet with Carriers coming from more than 65 countries, 180+ Expert speakers, 50+ Exhibitors,
– Engaging with Industry Expert and Innovators from around the World in the SDN and NFV technology, applications and developments,
– Networking with strategy Leaders from the whole spectrum such as Carriers, Operators, Cloud Service and Content Providers and Large Enterprise,
– SDN, NFV Product Strategy Leaders from the major Solutions Vendors – 50+ sponsors and exhibitors
For more information on the event, feel free to visit the congress website.