Is Network-as-a-Service the Model for the Future or Just a Rerun of Neutral Host?

Network-as-a-service (NaaS) is a cloud service model in which networking services are offered to enterprises and organizations on a pay-as-you-go basis so they don’t have to build and maintain their own networks. This allows third parties to easily scale up or down their networking resources based upon what they need without large upfront costs. NaaS is geared toward cloud-native networks but this business model sounds pretty similar to the neutral host model that has been around for many years. Is NaaS just a fancy way to describe neutral host or is it different? This panel will be a primer in NaaS.  

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