Accedian at GEN15: Helping On-Site Routers Toward Extinction

Posted by Mae Kowalke on Thursday, November 12, 2015 with No comments

Accedian is a Gold Sponsor of MEF's GEN15 event, taking placing November 16-19 in Dallas. (We'll be at booth 513, and at POC1 area, right across from each other in the Networking Hall.) While at the event, our primary goal is to help move on-site routers toward extinction, replacing them with vCPE modules.

Connect With Us at the Event

Play "Router Toss" - Join in the fun by seeing how many routers you can get into a recycling can goal, with progressively harder rounds culminating in one master tosser winning a 40" LED TV! All participants get a plush dinosaur toy. 

See our proof-of-concept (PoC) - In partnership with Cox Business, we are demonstrating an innovative outdoor strand-mount small cells as-a-service and turn-key indoor backhaul solution that integrates Carrier Ethernet LSO automation and elastic bandwidth with automated deployment, provisioning, service activation testing, and QoS monitoring. This PoC showcases how Carrier Ethernet can ubiquitously enable the small cell business case. See it at POC1 area, in front of our booth.​

Attend panels we're speaking on - We are represented at the following two sessions:
  • Panel: NFV-Based Virtual CPE Strategies & Deployment Options for Enhancing CE 2.0 Services and Supporting Service Innovation
    Tuesday, Nov. 17, 4:40-5:30pmService Provider Technology TrackKeith Donahue, VP Product Line Management, will be on this panel exploring the requirements to effectively deliver performance assured, SLA-backed Carrier Ethernet connectivity to public and private cloud services via direct cross-connect, peering-optimized Internet connections vs. the open Internet.

  • Panel: How Service Providers Can Differentiate with Virtual Private Cloud Connections / Hybrid Cloud Connectivity
    Wednesday, Nov. 18, 3:50-4:35pm​Service Provider Technology Track 1Scott Sumner, VP Marketing, will be on this panel exploring a variety of vCPE strategies and implementation options--including distributed NFV--to increase overall service agility and innovation, enhance Carrier Ethernet 2.0 services, and support hybrid cloud connectivity.

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