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Monday, March 14 • 10:00am - 12:50pm
MEF LSO Seminar: Building Third Network Services with CE 2.0, LSO, SDN & NFV - Pascal Menezes, MEF; Rami Yaron, Telco Systems; and Shahar Steiff, PCCW Global

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The MEF is the driving force enabling Third Network services for the digital economy and the hyper-connected world, providing an on-demand, orchestrated, assured, and secured experience with user-directed control over network resources and cloud connectivity. Optimized for real-time traffic and integration of value-added network functions-as-a-service, Third Network services are delivered over more automated, virtualized, and interconnected networks powered by CE 2.0, LSO, SDN, and NFV.  The MEF has established a technical framework that includes architecture, information models, services, operational processes, LSO, open source implementations, and certification programs. MEF work is conducted internally and under the guidance of the MEF UNITE program in cooperation with global standards organizations and open source projects.

Through a series of presentations, this seminar will demonstrate that LSO is delivering on its promise to accelerate the implementation of agile and assured Carrier Ethernet services and to improve the operational efficiency of Service Providers. This presentation introduces MEF's new Open LSO and Open CS initiatives and discusses collaboration with ON.Lab and other Open Source projects.

Welcome - Rami Yaron, Telco Systems
10:00am-10:05am

Multi-Operator Service Delivery: From Months to Minutes... - Pascal Menezes, MEF
10:05am-10:45am
The MEF is focused on enabling dynamic network services for the digital economy and the hyper-connected world, providing businesses an on-demand, cloud-connected, secure, and assured experience.

This presentation will explain how LSO is the critical enabler of automated and virtualized networks built with SDN and NFV. Currently, Service Providers need LSO capabilities and supporting APIs to overcome the OSS and BSS obstacles that prevent them from realizing the full benefits of emerging SDN and NFV technologies.  LSO encompasses all network domains that require coordinated inter-operator end-to-end management and control to deliver on-demand cloud connectivity services and to assure their overall quality and security as expressed in the Service Provider SLA.

The LSO Reference Architecture and Framework - Rami Yaron, Telco Systems
10:45am-11:25am
The LSO Reference Architecture and Framework defines the management and control layered reference architecture and the framework that characterizes the domains and management entities required to enable cooperative LSO capabilities for connectivity services. The framework also provides high level use cases describing orchestrated connectivity service behavior as well as interactions among management and control entities. The management and control reference points that characterize interactions between LSO management ecosystem components are identified in the framework. 

Break
11:25am-11:45am

The Real Story Behind Multi-Operator Automation - Shahar Steiff, PCCW
11:45am-12:35pm
As Service Providers accelerate the deployment of services, automation that spans multiple Operator domains becomes mandatory to achieve scalability that includes off-net locations.  This automation depends on standardization of Information Models, Operational Threads and Interface Profiles based on real-world use cases and service provider implementation strategies. This presentation by a leading MEF service provider member explains how MEF builds these use cases - including serviceability, ordering, performance reporting, resource provisioning and many others -  based on service provider expertise and integrates them using the latest modeling approaches to define the processes and APIs that Service Providers and Operators can use to interconnect in a fully automated fashion.

Closing Remarks - Rami Yaron, Telco Systems
12:35pm-12:50pm 

Speakers
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Pascal Menezes

CTO & Advisory Director, MEF
Pascal serves as CTO and Advisory Director for MEF and is a former Principal at | Microsoft Skype for Business Global Carrier Group.  Pascal is a proven technology  | thought leader, sales evangelist, product manager and seasoned IP architect with  | close to 30 years of experience in internetworking, next-generation information  | systems, and communication architectures.   | As the founder of TSCM Technology he is... Read More →
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Shahar Steiff

AVP - New Technology, PCCW Global
Shahar has joined PCCW Global in 2001 and has served in various sales, pre-sales product development and management roles. In his current assignment Shahar explores the applicability of new technologies to PCCW Global’s current and future product portfolio. Shahar represents PCCW Global in numerous Standard bodies such as MEF, ONF, OVCC and others with focus on inter-carrier operation standardization. Shahar has been involved... Read More →
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Rami Yaron

MEF, Co-Chair, Global Marketing Committee
Rami has over 20 years of diverse experience in the telecommunications industry. Currently he Co-Chairs the MEF Global Marketing Committee, Chairs the Mobile Backhaul Focus Group, and is an inaugural member of the Marketing Leadership Council. In his current role at Telco Systems, a leading provider of innovative, multi-service edge solutions, Rami oversees technology, strategy, and business development for the Carrier Ethernet, IP/MPLS, SDN... Read More →


Monday March 14, 2016 10:00am - 12:50pm
Lawrence Hyatt

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