ngena is once again excited to be at the SDN NFV World Congress in The Hague, Netherlands


The industry leading event for the world’s meeting place for Network Transformation NFV+SDN & Automation for 5G will take place in The Hague Netherlands from October 8-12, 2018

Dr. Marcus Hacke will give a keynote speech during the event on ‘A new way of managing global enterprise networks’

Layer123 will also announce the winners for the Network Transformation Awards 2018, where ngena has been shortlisted

Launched in 2012, the SDN NFV World Congress is established as the most comprehensive community of industry leaders driving innovation in the global SDN NFV MANO and 5G carrier networking marketplace. The Congress brings together the latest carrier applications, use-cases & deployments, the broadest range of technology innovation, ideas & projects – and the driving motivation of commercial transformation and solutions. More than 1,700 delegates are expected to attend the event in The Hague, Netherlands from October 8-12, 2018.

ngena Founder & Managing Director – Dr. Marcus Hacke along with Head of Product – Dietmar Geiler will be present at the congress. “We are looking forward to meeting, learning and exchanging knowledge on the transformation of the telecommunications industry with other key players of the telecommunications world” shared Dietmar.

ngena is also one of the congress partners for the event amongst others like Telefonica, BT, KPN, Colt, Orange, China Unicom, Verizon, KT, Telstra, Géant, ETR and Equinix.

On Day 1, Dr. Marcus Hacke will give a keynote speech on ‘A new way of managing global enterprise networks: SD-WAN as a Service @ ngena’ on October 9 from 14:05 to 14:25.

Dr. Marcus Hacke added: “ngena has been a part of the SDN NFV World Congress for 3 years and each time is a great exchange of knowledge for accelerating the innovation for network transformation.”

Furthermore, the winners of the Network Transformation Awards 2018 will also be announced on October 10th, 2018, wherein Marcus Hacke (with the whole team of ngena) has been shortlisted for the category “Individual Achievements” for his contribution to the ongoing global network transformation process.

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