EMC Provider Cloud System with Versa vCPE New!
To enable service providers and large enterprises to build next-generation WAN and branch networks based on a broad set of virtualized network functions, EMC has partnered up with Versa Network in offering a validated virtualized customer premises equipment (vCPE) reference design.
Tested and validated for interoperability, Versa Networks FlexVNFTM software running on EMC’s PCS 1.0 NFVi platform is basically highly integrated “vCPE in a box” solution that allows service providers to create a wide range of managed services that combine low-cost vCPE with advanced network and security services in the Telco cloud.
Commonly called vCPE services, this next-generation managed service offerings benefit both service providers and their end customers through faster service agility/provisioning, significantly lower CPE cost, and the ability to provide smaller customers (e.g. small to medium businesses, or SMB) with near enterprise-level technology and security.
Versa with EMC vCPE is highly efficient and cost effective for service providers because it provides multi-tenancy across all its services coupled with the ability to easily add VNFs by provisioning additional virtual machines (VMs). Each Versa VNF supports up to 250 end-customer organizations – greatly reducing head-end CapEx for providers versus having to deploy individual aggregation devices for each end customer.
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