Tag Archives: Service Level Agreement

Cloud Asia 2011 Interesting Tidbits

Below are a few slides that capture some of the interesting tidbits discussed at Cloud Asia 2011. Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) will grow at 40% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) over the next 3 years in Cloud services to $5B by 2014. Most Operator’s role in cloud remains unclear Focused on the importance of end-to-end […]

Cloud Asia 2011 Summary

Cloud Asia ran from 30 May – 2 June 2011 in Singapore.  It was co-organized by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, who is investing heavily in Cloud to make Singapore a hub for the region, and Informa.  In attendance were around 250 delegates from enterprises of all kinds, cloud technology suppliers, cloud service providers […]

Cloud Asia 2011

The CloudAsia 2011 conference runs from 30 May to the 2 June.  It spans the enterprise and telecom domains, moving the conversation on from the hype and generalities of cloud computing to the specific problems telcos can solve for enterprises through delivering cloud and transport as a single SLA (Service Level Agreement) wrapped service.  The […]

Policy Management in Telecommunication Networks: Are the standards bodies making it too complex?

Policy management has been a topic of discussion in telecom networks for over a decade.  The focus of this article is on policy management and consumer services/networks.  Policy management appears in the PDF (Policy Decision Function) of the 3GPP IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) specifications, within many SDP (Service Delivery Platform) implementations, and a number of […]