Cisco NFV Infrastructure
Deploy a Carrier-Class NFV Infrastructure
Your network needs to scale on demand, respond to varied and unpredictable traffic models, and enable you to introduce services faster. With Cisco NFV Infrastructure, you can:
– Maintain high availability of services
– Deploy new services faster
– Reduce total cost of ownership by 40%
– Benefit from a tested and interoperable architecture
Make Your Deployment Rapid and Easy
Our NFV Infrastructure is a tested and validated design that is easily extensible and expandable. It includes the expertise of Cisco Services to offer an end-to-end delivery and fast time to market.
Leading Technology Inside Cisco NFV Infrastructure
Cisco NFV Infrastructure comprises best-of-breed building blocks, including:
– Cisco UCS servers
– Cisco Nexus switches
– A hardened and automated distribution of RedHat OpenStack
The single-pane-of-glass management software module makes it easy to manage and operate. And it helps to simply the provisioning, configuration, and lifecycle management of all components.
Designed for High Service Availability
Our NFV Infrastructure:
– Is highly scalable, available, and secure
– Offers a modular, expandable, pod design
Focus your time and energy on business outcomes and profitability. Cisco provides a 24-hour support of the infrastructure, with OpenSource software included.
Please visit www.cisco.com/go/nfvi
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