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IN PICS: MEF16 Baltimore - Day 1

08 Nov 16

MEF16 has officially kicked off at the Inner Harbour Hilton Hotel in Baltimore, U.S. The event runs right through to Thursday with over 1200 guests in attendance. 

This event gives guests, speakers and companies an opportunity to engage with top Carrier Ethernet, LSO (Lifecycle Service Orchestration), SDN, NFV, and Cloud services experts who are shaping the future of the communications landscape.

Expanding on popular elements of last year's programme, the MEF Excellence Awards Dinner, Proof of Concept Service & Technology Showcase, LSO Hackathon all aim to empower industry stakeholders with high-quality information and analysis. 

Attendees are in for a jam packed schedule throughout the week, with the opening networking reception currently happening and things kicking off again tomorrow bright and early.

Stay with us, we're live from the event. 

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