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AI elevates network virtualization and SDN framework

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The network virtualization landscape of today is characterised by a convergence of advanced technologies such as AI, edge computing, multi-cloud strategies, 5G and a focus on sustainability and user experience.

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Over the years, the ambition to build a secure, agile and efficient data centre through has not only remained steadfast but has broadened, intertwining with the growth of new technological trends and security benchmarks. This narrative, a testament to the ever-evolving landscape of digital infrastructure, unfolds in the context of a world increasingly reliant on cloud-hosted, distributed applications, necessitating dynamic responses to security demands.

At the forefront of enhancing network performance, efficiency and security are technologies such as (AI) and automation, pushing a new era where AI-powered threat detection utilises behavioural analytics to proactively identify risks, an approach gaining traction among chief information security officers (CISOs) as organisations plan to integrate AI to bolster cybersecurity readiness.

The emergence of generative AI (GenAI) marks a key development, poised to streamline interactions with complex network operations tools through its natural language processing capabilities, symbolising a gradual yet significant fusion with the network operations sphere.

Concurrently, the ascendancy of edge computing catalyses swifter data collection and analytics, mitigating latency and playing a crucial role in supporting AI and automation technologies. This is complemented by a noticeable migration towards multi-cloud environments, as businesses seek to harness the strengths of diverse cloud providers to optimise performance, security, and cost-efficiency, albeit navigating the intricacies of ensuring seamless integration and maintaining end-to-end visibility across multifarious cloud landscapes.

In parallel, the narrative deepens with an intensified focus on user experience, where organisations deploy predictive analytics and security tools to avert network issues, thus ensuring optimum performance for end-users. This journey is further accelerated by the proliferation of 5G technology, enabling faster, more reliable networks that elevate network monitoring and threat detection capabilities.

The global network function virtualisation market, experiencing significant growth, is propelled by the rapid adoption of network automation, cloud services, and the consolidation of data centres and servers, underlining the growing prominence of the software-defined networking (SDN) paradigm. This shift, facilitated by virtualisation, is gaining traction, simplifying network management and enhancing flexibility and adaptability to the ever-changing needs.

Emerging as a key driver in network design is sustainability, with organisations endeavouring to diminish energy consumption and augment resource utilisation through network virtualization. The telecommunications landscape, too, is being reshaped by artificial intelligence, with telecom service providers leveraging AI to spur innovation, improve customer experiences, and amplify operational efficiencies.

The industry's shift towards modernising business and operational support systems (BSS/OSS) and transitioning to a microservices architecture accelerates a move towards more standardised, open, and flexible systems. This transformation facilitates the deconstruction of complex IT infrastructures into manageable components, fostering agility, expediting time-to-market, and enhancing customer experiences (CX).

In essence, the network virtualization landscape of today is characterised by a convergence of advanced technologies such as AI, edge computing, multi-cloud strategies, 5G and a focus on sustainability and user experience.

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Mohd Ujaley
Mohd Ujaley
Mohd Ujaley is a New Delhi-based journalist covering the intersection of technology with government, public sector, defence, and large enterprises. With a career spanning over 14 years, Ujaley has held editorial positions at prestigious publications including The Economic Times, ETGovernment, Indian Express Group, Financial Express, Express Computer, and CRN India. Ujaley graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Economics, obtained a master’s degree in Mass Communication from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU), and received a Parliamentary Fellowship from The Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies.
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