Home Industry Report The story of how virtualization has made its way right into the...

The story of how virtualization has made its way right into the digital home

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Virtualization is transforming the service landscape for operators, promising to turn their operations into software driven businesses. So should operators continue to invest in Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) or rather focus just on NFV and virtualization that is already reaching into the home?

This white paper focuses on the virtualisation benefits of accelerating innovation and keeping costs under control. It shows how operators are already leveraging key benefits of NFV and also SDN (Software Defined Networking). The paper contends that CPE such as gateways and Set Top Boxes will continue to play a key role in achieving the agility operators need to thrive in markets whose pace of change is increasing.

Key topics include:

  • How NFV evolved from IT virtualization
  • Virtualization in the home network
  • Impact of virtualization on the future of CPE
  • Financial implications
  • In-depth recap of the benefits of Virtualization
  • What might come next

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Wojtek
Wojtek is in charge of defining the company’s overall technological strategy and of driving its innovation and strategic product vision to further position SoftAtHome as an industry leader. He is also Deputy Chairman of the Technical Working Group for the Home Gateway Initiative, mainly focused on the Media Gateway and Smart Home projects. Wojtek has 20+ years experience in the IT industry where he has held various product development and leadership positions. He specializes in the telecom area focusing on Operational Support Systems, Location Based Services infrastructure, convergent pervasive applications and the Digital Home. He has a strong multi-cultural business background - having served for several companies in different European countries, including France, Poland and the United Kingdom. Wojtek started his career in 1990 in France as an IT Engineer developing a billing mediation solution for France Telecom. He then became the leading director of this multi-year project. Since the mid-1990s he founded or joined several start-up companies where he held positions of CTO, VP Engineering and CEO.