AT&T’s Chokshi: All Aboard the Software-Defined Network Train

As partner businesses evolve, so is the network that delivers many of the services they sell.

Taking the stage at Channel Partners Evolution last month was Rupesh Chokshi, associate vice president of AT&T Business Solutions. Chokshi told the audience that their customer base is demanding technology to stay competitive, so the software-defined opportunities are endless.

“Understanding what SDN is all about, understanding what virtualization can do, understanding how these capabilities can be brought forward for customer use cases is very important and we need to do that as an industry,” he said.

In his full keynote above, Choksi dives deeper into partner opportunities in networking, particularly those created by the carrier’s Flexware platform.

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