Network Functions Virtualization Market Technology Advancements and Research 2019 to 2025 …

IBM, Cisco Systems, HPE, Juniper Networks, Huawei, NEC, Pica8, Brocade Communications Systems, Ciena, Intel, Pluribus Networks, Big Switch …
Network Functions Virtualization
Network Functions Virtualization

The Global Network Functions Virtualization Market Network functions virtualization is a network architecture concept that uses the technologies of IT virtualization to virtualize entire classes of network node functions into building blocks that may connect, or chain together, to create communication services.

The main driving factors for the Software Defined Networking Market are the increasing evolution and demand in mobility, the increased network complexity and varied traffic pattern, and the surge in demand for cloud service, data center consolidation, and server virtualization.

Overview of Network Function Virtualization: The NFV market is projected to exhibit an accelerated growth between 2018 and 2024 due to the growing demand for data center virtualization and server consolidation among enterprise customers and the benefits of reduced CAPEX and OPEX for enterprises through the virtualization of networking functions. Enterprises can significantly reduce their investment in procuring hardware and networking components by virtualizing their essential network functions on dedicated hardware. This offers unprecedented agility and optimized network scalability to the enterprises. NFV also offers opportunities for the trial and deployment of innovative services at lower risks. Due to lower hardware infrastructure costs, new service models can be effectively tested and commercialized in the network function virtualization market in a relatively lesser time. NFV also enables reduced energy consumption by leveraging the power management capabilities in modern servers and storage devices.

The IT & Telecom application held a major network function virtualization (NFV) market share of over 32% in 2017 and is projected to maintain a dominant share throughout the forecast period due to the massive uptake of NFV solutions in the telecom sector and increse upto 52% in between 2018-2025.

The remarkable players in the global Network Functions Virtualization market are as follows

IBM, Cisco Systems, HPE, Juniper Networks, Huawei, NEC, Pica8, Brocade Communications Systems, Ciena, Intel, Pluribus Networks, Big Switch Networks

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The report conjointly categorizes the market into main product kind Analog Type, IP Type and the sub-segments Residential, Public Use, Industrial Use, Others of the Network Functions Virtualization market are depicted in the report. The Network Functions Virtualization market report provides the major growth factors and limitations that notably affect the market growth summarized data about the past and present status of the Network Functions Virtualization market globally. The report also includes an evaluated impact of government’s rules and policies over the market in the future. The market report preparation needs an in-depth research study to understand the market growth; and various analytical methods such as SWOT analysis to obtain the information appropriate to analyze the upcoming economic fluctuations related to the current market growth pattern of the market, which is based on the present data.

Key geographical regions covered for Network Functions Virtualization Market:

North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)

Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)

Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)

Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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This report segments the Global Network Functions Virtualization Market on the basis of Types are:



On the basis of Application, the Global Network Functions Virtualization Market is segmented into:

Cloud Service Providers

Telecommunication service Providers


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Superfast floating metro to replace European flights

You can find more stories about hyperloop experiments here … part in the Hyperloop Pod Competition competition organised by engineer Elon Musk, …

Founder Tim Houter van Hardt called CNN about the development of the European hyperloop network. In the background is a prototype of a steel tube through which the floating metros are to travel. Photo: Lucette Mascini

In ten years’ time, a European network of superfast floating metros is to be constructed which will travel through magnetic fields in a vacuum tube system. This will replace flights within Europe, thus drastically reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions. This was demonstrated on Thursday during the unveiling of the latest test results of vacuum train Hyperloop, which is currently being developed by the Delft-based company Hardt. The results showed that they are now able to switch the vehicle from one tube to another.

The high speed is achieved because there is no air in the tubes and there is no contact with rails and the vehicle. This combination of the lack of resistance and the propulsion by magnetic fields means that speeds of up to a thousand kilometres per hour are possible.

Energy efficient

The interior design of the vehicle looks like the interior of a regular high speed train. The tube through which it is to float looks like a large steel sewer pipe. Now the idea is to create a network of these tubes both over and underground that will run through the whole of Europe and connect the major cities. This way it should be possible to travel from one European city to another within a few hours.

You can find more stories about hyperloop experiments here

The advantage of this vacuum train over air and train traffic is that it consumes much less energy and that CO2 emissions are much lower. Moreover, according to the Hardt model, there will be no delays or accidents, for instance because there is no interaction with other types of traffic. The Hyperloop, for example, does not have to deal with busy crossroads or inconveniences caused by extreme weather conditions such as heavy snowfall that obstructs the road network. The network is expected to be operational in 2028 and will initially only be used for the transport of goods.

Political support

During the festive meeting on the campus of TU Delft, Transport Minister Cora van Nieuwenhuizen, EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc and chairman of the technology industry association FME, Ineke Dezentjé-Hamming, expressed their support for the project.

They would not have been able to imagine receiving this from this high-ranking government delegation four years ago, when they started the project, says CEO and co-founder Tim Houter van Hardt.

Houter, 26 years old, halted his mechanical engineering studies at TU Delft in 2015 to take part in the Hyperloop Pod Competition competition organised by engineer Elon Musk, director of Tesla and SpaceX, amongst others, to invent a vacuum tube system that resembles the tube post system used by banks to transport money. “The idea already existed in 1800,” says Houter. “But the need to save energy and reduce CO2 emissions has only now made its development a matter of urgency.”

Elon Musk

Inventors from all over the world took part. But Houter and his group of fellow students with whom he had previously worked on the design of an electric racing car won the competition.

They then continued under the name ‘Hardt Hyperloop’ with the help of financial contributions from professional investors such as Eindhoven-based InnoEnergy, which invests EU money in technical innovations. Gregory van der Wiel, a well-known Dutch footballer, also joined the team at an early stage. Companies in various European countries such as Tata Steel, Royal BAM Group, Busch, Continental, ABB and Prysmian Group all contribute to Hardt Hyperloop.

“A project like this can only succeed if you take a European approach,” according to FME chairman Ineke Dezentjé-Hamming, during the round table discussion on the Hardt Hyperloop with European Commissioner Bulc and Transport Minister Van Nieuwenhuizen.

CNN Travel

The fact that Hardt’s latest test results have attracted worldwide interest in this new form of transport is also shown by a phone call that Houter received from the US. The American news channel CNN was interested to learn how the floating metro will work. “It was just CNN Travel,” says Houter. In other words, the travel editorial team. But still, the first steps of the Delft student company Hardt on the world stage have now been definitively taken. That is clear.

Model for the European network of tubes through which the Hardt Hyperloop is to float. Source: Hardt


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Is an Omnichannel Transaction an Entirely New Payment Use Case?

It’s worth noting that there wouldn’t be e-commerce without cards, and if the only real need are these edge cases then a smart contract on a blockchain …

Then along comes blockchain. So far, it has been a solution in search of a problem, at least as far as how it applies to business use. But forget about cryptocurrencies and their oft-repeated benefits of “stateless” currencies that could be used anywhere in the world, or that are supposedly anonymous and untraceable (they’re not, by the way).

Fundamentally, blockchain can be boiled down into three parts: a token, a contract, and a ledger. To me, the contract is the most interesting part of the three, because you can set up contracts to automatically do things based on new information that gets added to the chain. Containing this automation in a contract is what people mean when they start talking about “smart contracts”.

It’s not that far of a stretch to say that one basket and one swipe is a “contract” between the customer and the retailer. That if I buy a cranberry sweater to take home and a black one to be shipped to home, I’m committing to a payment now (cranberry) and a payment later (black), and that there are conditions on that second payment. Specifically, that the second part of the payment can be taken once a ship confirmation is posted to the chain, that the funds will indeed be held until that event happens, or that the funds will be automatically released if the item doesn’t ship within seven days, or whatever timeline the retailer cares to commit to. The token governs the payment part, so the retailer doesn’t have to hold the payment information – that is secured on the blockchain, the contract governs what requirements have to be hit for payments to be made, and the ledger keeps track of what is promised, what has been met, and what is still waiting to be met.

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Hardt Hyperloop: How Tata Steel helped building tube technology

At an event hosted by Dutch firm Hardt Hyperloop in the Netherlands on Thursday, the Indian steel major showcased how it has helped to develop the …

Tata Steel has unveiled its work in Europe’s high-speed transport sector to help create a sustainable system, which could slash travel times considerably in the future.

At an event hosted by Dutch firm Hardt Hyperloop in the Netherlands on Thursday, the Indian steel major showcased how it has helped to develop the tube technology required to allow passengers in the hyperloop to be carried at speeds of up to 1,200 km/hr, while reducing weight and construction costs by more than 50 per cent.

“We are committed to having a positive impact in the world we live in. We believe that hyperloop technology can help to achieve this by contributing to new, fast and sustainable mobility,” said Hans van den Berg, Director of Tata

Steel’s IJmuiden steelmaking site in the Netherlands.

Steel is a vital component for hyperloop.

We are pleased to be able to share our high-tech innovation skills and materials expertise to contribute to its future success,” he said.

Among some of Tata Steel’s other focus in the transport sector, it also unveiled lane-switching technology, which allows hyperloop vehicles to change from one lane to another at high speed.

Tata Steel supplied the tracks and the motor components, which are both made of steel, the company said.

The development of the hyperloop lane switch marks the end of the first test phase at the low-speed test facility at Delft in the Netherlands, which assessed fundamental hyperloop technologies including magnetic levitation, a low-pressure environment, a propulsion system, and cargo/passenger weight simulations.

The steel components, which have now been successfully tested and proven to be functional, serve as the basis for future projects planned by Hardt Hyperloop, Tata Steel and other partners, Tata said.

Hardt Hyperloop also revealed the next stage in development, which includes a 3 km track which will allow for the high-speed testing of vehicles and will provide the basis for the standardisation in European hyperloop infrastructure and technology.

Tata Steel is one of Europe’s leading steel producers, with steelmaking in the Netherlands and the UK, and manufacturing plants across Europe.

The company says it supplies high-quality steel products to the most demanding markets, including construction and infrastructure, automotive, packaging and engineering.