From a business perspective, NFV/SDN technology is probably not judged on its technical capabilities, but rather on how it can improve operational and business efficiency. In particular, it can be assessed in regard to its capacity to boost service innovation and reduce time to market. In both cases the judgment should be made from the customer service perspective, however exciting the technological aspects may be for network engineers or other IT experts.

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