For Procera, NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) is highly strategic to us, in that it's a fundamental shift in our business from being a company that sells hardware into selling software. If you were to look at us, behaviorally, last year we focused on a couple of challenges. The first was being able to take our packet logic technology and deploy that in a high performance environment on COTS servers and allow them to run at line rate, regardless of whether they were delivered as hardware or software. In the back half of the year, we focused on partnering with industry leaders to be able to demonstrate our capabilities in working in proof of concepts, sponsored by the ETSI NFV community, and specifically being able to solve real world business problems. In 2015, our focus has shifted, now, to the commercialization of NFV and specifically, focusing on being able to deploy our technology in real customer environments, such as Boingo, who are leveraging our technology as a part of their infrastructure and delivering WiFi services to their customers and our relationship with Dell, being able to take our technology and now have it delivered globally on COTS server engines. For us, NFV is highly strategic because it's building an environment for a fundamental shift in our business and the way that we do business with our customers.
Procera's Mike Kay talks about the strategic shift that Procera has made in NFV (Network Functions Virtualization). See how NFV is moving from creating proof of concepts to being deployed in networking environments to help to solve real business problems.