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Software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) promise to rewrite the rules of network design, engineering, configuration and management. Their impact is being felt across the stakeholder spectrum from OEMs to telecom operators. The number of companies associated with NFV and SDN is already in three digits.

What are SDN and NFV? At the risk of oversimplifying things, it can be said that SDN decouples the control and forwarding functions, and NFV heralds the advent of virtualization in the network equipment space. At individual vendor level, there is considerable heterogeneity about what SDN and NFV entail, and their interrelationship.

There are a few clear pointers though. Telcos are cautiously optimistic that NFV and SDN will facilitate their ascent into services and solutions with better profitability potential. NFV and SDN also democratize the network equipment manufacturing landscape to an extent, by opening the door wider for ISVs. Predictably, network equipment OEMs are proactively attempting to embellish their portfolios with NFV and SDN offerings.

This report will answer the following questions in the context of NFV and SDN:

What are the real cost savings for telcos and enterprises?

What are the direct and indirect revenue opportunities?

How large is the NFV market? What are its hardware, software and service components?

How large is the SDN market? What are its hardware, software and service components?

What are the key geographical trends to look out for?

Who are thought leaders? How do they influence implementation methodologies?

Who are the key players? What are their initiatives and the implications of these initiatives?

How similar are they, and how different? What are the motivations behind their development? Who are their principal champions? This report will answer these questions and also present a threadbare qualitative and quantitative implications of SDN and NFV for telecom products and services.

This report is a result of extensive primary and secondary research spanning a cross section of the industry. It will be an invaluable resource for telcos, OEMs, ODMs, ISVs, data centers, enterprises and investors with anything at stake in NFV and SDN.


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    Market Segmentation

     

    SDN revenue streams                   

                   Hardware including network equipment         

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   SDN controller  

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   Software            

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   Services              

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

    NFV revenue streams                   

                   Hardware including NFVi             

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   NFV      

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   Other software including MANO              

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   Services              

                                  Breakdown by customer type

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

    Revenue opportunity for telcos                

                   Direct and indirect revenue opportunities from SDN adoption            

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   Direct and indirect revenue opportunities from NFV adoption            

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

    Savings for telcos                           

                   Capex and opex savings from SDN adoption            

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   Capex and opex savings from NFV adoption            

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

    Savings for enterprises                 

                   Capex and opex savings from SDN adoption            

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

                   Capex and opex savings from NFV adoption            

                                  Breakdown by geographical region

     


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    Chapter I

    Executive Summary

    Chapter II

    What are SDN and NFV?

    2.1 SDN

    2.1.1 Introduction and evolution

    2.1.2 Drivers

    2.1.2.1 Service agility

    2.1.2.2 Centralized control

    2.1.2.3 Enhanced reliability

    2.1.2.4 Software-driven approach

    2.1.3 Role played by industry consortiums

    2.1.4 SDN architecture

    2.1.4.1 Application layer

    2.1.4.2 Control layer

    2.1.4.3 Infrastructure layer

    2.1.5 SDN interfaces

    2.1.5.1 Northbound interfaces

    2.1.5.1.1 REST

    2.1.5.1.2 Java

    2.1.5.2 Southbound interfaces

    2.1.5.2.1 OpenFlow

    2.1.5.2.1 API

    2.1.5.2.3 Overlay

    2.1.5.2.4 Others

    2.2 NFV

    2.2.1 Introduction and evolution

    2.2.2 Drivers

    2.2.2.1 Vendor neutral hardware

    2.2.2.2 Optimal utilization of resources

    2.2.2.3 Flexibility in network design

    2.2.2.4 Benign effect on capital and operating expenditure

    2.2.3 Role played by industry consortiums

    2.2.4 NFV architecture

    2.2.4.1 VNFI

    2.2.4.2 VNFs

    2.2.4.3 MANO

    2.2.4.4 Services and applications

    2.2.4.5 Parallels with server virtualization

    2.3 Takeaways for telcos from SDN and NFV

    2.3.1 Quicker roll-outs and deployment

    2.3.2 Capex and opex savings

    2.3.3 Ownership of feature-rich services

    Chapter III

    Implementation methodologies

    3.1 Why are case studies important

    3.1.1 Fluid definitions of NFV and SDN

    3.1.2 Uncertainty about user expectations and takeaways

    3.1.3 Possibilities of rebranding existing solutions as NFV and SDN-enabled

    3.1.4 Non-agreement about the extent of mutual dependence of SDN and NFV

    3.1.5 Addressing challenges associated with NFV and SDN

    3.2 Case study - Infinera

    3.2.1 Background of the company

    3.2.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.2.3 Key takeaways

    3.3 Case study - 6Wind

    3.3.1 Background of the company

    3.3.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.3.3 Key takeaways

    3.4 Case study - Brocade

    3.4.1 Background of the company

    3.4.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.4.3 Key takeaways

    3.5 Case study - Adva

    3.5.1 Background of the company

    3.5.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.5.3 Key takeaways

    3.6 Case study - VMware

    3.6.1 Background of the company

    3.6.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.6.3 Key takeaways

    3.7 Case study - AT&T

    3.7.1 Background of the company

    3.7.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.7.3 Key takeaways

    3.8 Case study - Ericsson

    3.8.1 Background of the company

    3.8.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.8.3 Key takeaways

    3.9 Case study - Cumulus

    3.9.1 Background of the company

    3.9.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.9.3 Key takeaways

    3.10 Case study - Cisco

    3.10.1 Background of the company

    3.10.2 Specifics of the solution

    3.10.3 Key takeaways

    Chapter IV

    Stakeholder perspectives and profiles

    4.1 Overview

    4.2 Stakeholder categories

    4.2.1 Telcos

    4.2.1.1 Outlook towards SDN

    4.2.1.2 Outlook towards NFV

    4.2.1.3 Inferences and implications

    4.2.2 Network equipment vendors

    4.2.2.1 Outlook towards SDN

    4.2.2.2 Outlook towards NFV

    4.2.2.3 Inferences and implications

    4.2.3 Independent software vendors

    4.2.3.1 Outlook towards SDN

    4.2.3.2 Outlook towards NFV

    4.2.3.3 Inferences and implications

    4.2.4 Managed service providers

    4.2.4.1 Outlook towards SDN

    4.2.4.2 Outlook towards NFV

    4.2.4.3 Inferences and implications

    4.3 Profile of key companies

    4.4 6Wind

    4.4.1 Introduction

    4.4.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.5 Adva

    4.5.1 Introduction

    4.5.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.6 Alcatel Lucent

    4.6.1 Introduction

    4.6.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.7 AT&T

    4.7.1 Introduction

    4.7.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.8 Blue Coat Systems

    4.8.1 Introduction

    4.8.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.9 Brocade

    4.9.1 Introduction

    4.9.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.10 Cavium

    4.10.1 Introduction

    4.10.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.11 CenturyLink

    4.11.1 Introduction

    4.11.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.12 Cenx

    4.12.1 Introduction

    4.12.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.13 China Mobile

    4.13.1 Introduction

    4.13.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.14 Chungwa Telecom

    4.14.1 Introduction

    4.14.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.15 Ciena

    4.15.1 Introduction

    4.15.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.16 Cisco

    4.16.1 Introduction

    4.16.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.17 Citrix

    4.17.1 Introduction

    4.17.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.18 CloudGenix

    4.18.1 Introduction

    4.18.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.19 Corsa

    4.19.1 Introduction

    4.19.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.20 Cumulus

    4.20.1 Introduction

    4.20.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.21 CyRetix

    4.21.1 Introduction

    4.21.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.22 Dell

    4.22.1 Introduction

    4.22.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.23 Deutsche Telekom

    4.23.1 Introduction

    4.23.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.24 Ericsson

    4.24.1 Introduction

    4.24.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.25 Fiberhome Technologies

    4.25.1 Introduction

    4.25.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.26 Fujitsu

    4.26.1 Introduction

    4.26.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.27 HPE

    4.27.1 Introduction

    4.27.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.28 Huawei

    4.28.1 Introduction

    4.28.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.29 Infinera

    4.29.1 Introduction

    4.29.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.30 Inventec

    4.30.1 Introduction

    4.30.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.31 Juniper

    4.31.1 Introduction

    4.31.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.32 Level 3

    4.32.1 Introduction

    4.32.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.33 Mellanox

    4.33.1 Introduction

    4.33.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.34 Mitel

    4.34.1 Introduction

    4.34.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.35 NEC

    4.35.1 Introduction

    4.35.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.36 Netberg

    4.36.1 Introduction

    4.36.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.37 Nokia

    4.37.1 Introduction

    4.37.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.38 NoviFlow

    4.38.1 Introduction

    4.38.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.39 NTT Communications

    4.39.1 Introduction

    4.39.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.40 Oracle

    4.40.1 Introduction

    4.40.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.41 Orange

    4.41.1 Introduction

    4.41.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.42 PCCW

    4.42.1 Introduction

    4.42.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.43 Platina

    4.43.1 Introduction

    4.43.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.44 RAD

    4.44.1 Introduction

    4.44.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.45 Samsung

    4.45.1 Introduction

    4.45.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.46 Sedona

    4.46.1 Introduction

    4.46.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.47 SK Telecom

    4.47.1 Introduction

    4.47.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.48 SM Optics

    4.48.1 Introduction

    4.48.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.49 Sonus

    4.49.1 Introduction

    4.49.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.50 Sprint

    4.50.1 Introduction

    4.50.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.51 Swisscom

    4.51.1 Introduction

    4.51.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.52 Tata Communications

    4.52.1 Introduction

    4.52.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.53 Telefonica

    4.53.1 Introduction

    4.53.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.54 Telus

    4.54.1 Introduction

    4.54.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.55 Uberflow

    4.55.1 Introduction

    4.55.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.56 Verizon

    4.56.1 Introduction

    4.56.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.57 VmWare

    4.57.1 Introduction

    4.57.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.58 Vodafone

    4.58.1 Introduction

    4.58.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.59 Zeetta

    4.59.1 Introduction

    4.59.2 Solution profile and implications

    4.60 ZTE

    4.60.1 Introduction

    4.60.2 Solution profile and implications

    Chapter V

    Quantitative forecasts

    5.1 Research methodology

    5.2 Market taxonomy and summary

    5.3 SDN revenue streams

    5.3.1 Hardware including network equipment

    5.3.1.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.3.1.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.3.2 SDN controller

    5.3.2.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.3.2.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.3.3 Software

    5.3.3.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.3.3.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.3.4 Services

    5.3.4.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.3.4.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.4 NFV revenue streams

    5.4.1 Hardware including NFVi

    5.4.1.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.4.1.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.4.2 NFV

    5.4.2.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.4.2.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.4.3 Other software including MANO

    5.4.3.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.4.3.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.4.4 Services

    5.4.4.1 Breakdown by customer type

    5.4.4.2 Breakdown by geographical region

    5.5 Savings for telcos

    5.5.1 Capex and opex savings from SDN adoption

    5.5.2 Capex and opex savings from NFV adoption

    5.6 Savings for enterprises

    5.6.1 Capex and opex savings from SDN adoption

    5.6.2 Capex and opex savings from NFV adoption

     


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