How do you monetize your network, build a future-proof architecture, and avoid the pitfalls of an infrastructure-centric business model? Embrace SDA and change your perspective.
Software platforms have radically changed the data center and smart phone –It’s time to apply those SDN and NFV principles to the access network.
Calix AXOS and EXOS platforms are transforming the traditional access network, increasing agility, improving operational efficiency, and helping to deliver services that delight your customers.
Look beyond speeds and feeds and focus on subscriber experience. Hear from Calix SVP of Products, Michel Langlois in this interview with Light Reading about how the dialogue with service providers is changing to allow them to take advantage of the smart home opportunity.
“Software Defined Access is a key step in transforming and creating a more intelligent access network while reducing total cost of ownership, accelerating time to revenue, and improving the overall quality of experience for the subscriber.”
Independent market analysis and consulting firm BroadbandTrends speaks out on next-generation telecommunications infrastructure and services.
Perspectives on Software Defined Access
“As demand for bandwidth continues to increase, the access network can become increasingly complex. SDA has the power to reverse that trend.”
--Teresa Mastrangelo, Principal Analyst, BroadbandTrends
Wed, March 14 at 12PM EDT / 9AM PST
A discussion between Joe Fasone, the CEO and founder of Pilot, a modern connectivity company for businesses, and Teresa McGaughey, Senior Director AXOS Product Marketing, Calix
Calix VP of Systems Products introduces EXOS – the Experience OS – the first carrier class premises operating system designed to help service providers deliver a managed experience for the smart home and business. Learn more about the latest Calix innovation, EXOS.
The traditional business of broadband access is dead. Innovative service providers will leverage software platforms to transform their business, network, and operations to compete for subscribers in ways both familiar and alien.
Imagine the possibilities when business, subscriber, and edge functions are deployed where they should be, economically and physically.