Friday, September 23, 2016

Network Function Virtualization - Value Chain 2016



Value Chain for NFV in 2016
I'm using this to describe the relative position of functions in the value chain for Network Function Virtualization (NFV).

Where the customer is consuming Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) there are a large number of supporting functions underlying the delivery of the VNFs.

This is intended to show the relationship between those elements that would perform part of a MANO Functional Block in the VIM (Virtualized Infrastructure Manager).

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