How SDN and NFV Extend the Adoption and Capabilities of Self-organizing Networks (SON)

Constantly increasing network usage, ever more complex service offers and the growing obsolescence of manual, time-consuming, error prone operations mean communication service providers (CSPs) must focus on optimizing their infrastructure. Self-organizing network (SON) solutions can help them to do this.

With its basic self-configuration, self-optimization and self-healing capabilities, SON has been widely adopted, and is being deployed by a growing number of CSPs. But what if you combine its functionalities with NFV/SDN?

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