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Don’t miss out on Aricent’s upcoming DemoFriday on December 12th! In this special DemoFriday, Aricent will focus on optimizing development of Carrier Grade software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) solutions.
SDN and NFV are quickly becoming the technology of choice for deployment. Both help reduce operational costs, simplify inventory and network management, speed up provisioning, improve network security, and enhance network flexibility and scalability. SDN and NFV can be used in various scenarios, such as data center, enterprise, and carrier networks.
Still, Communication Service Providers (CSPs) aren’t quite sure of the capital and operational expenditure for SDN adoption. CSPs expect Communication Equipment Providers (CEPs) to develop and provide SDN and NFV solutions that are not too expensive, offer simple deployment, and are feature-rich and customizable as per individual requirements, all without sacrificing performance in the virtual environment.
In the December 12th DemoFriday, Aricent experts will show how they can optimize the development of carrier grade SDN and NFV solutions. During the demo, they will provide insights into how existing networking solutions can be efficiently converted into cloud based solutions that support SDN and NFV.
Also expect Aricent experts to cover:
- Need for a Carrier Grade SDN/NFV Solution
- How to streamline the development of carrier grade SDN and NFV solutions including migration of legacy networking products to SDN and NFV
- The various applications of SDN and NFV that can be leveraged to create solutions such as Virtual CPE (vCPE), OpenFlow switches, & Cloud EPC
- The typical ways I/O performance bottlenecks can be solved for NFV
- The various functionalities that are provided by leading open source platforms such as OpenDaylight and OpenStack which can be leveraged to reduce development cost and time
Sign up today for the Aricent DemoFriday to learn more about optimizing development of Carrier Grade SDN and NFV solutions.