FlowEngine TDE-2000 is a High Density L2-L5 networking device that helps service providers to scale with agility, reduce network complexity, accelerate the move to SDN and NFV functionalities, and reduce CapEx & OpEx. It operates in data center & telecom environments that demand high network throughput, scalability and guaranteed performance in a small form factor. It provides load balancing, service function chaining and network packet brokering capabilities for critical service delivery needs.
|Relevancy to NFVI/VIM||
FlowEngine implements load balancing algorithms to provide operators highly programmable access to load balancing policies & access control rules. It combines switching, load balancing, security, and routing functionality under open policy control.
FlowEngine is easy to integrate with any SDN controller, so the customer is not locked with one SDN. FlowEngine delivers the industry’s highest performance traffic distribution and supports extended DevOps for service readiness. Additionally, FlowEngine supports multiple functionalities within a single system: switching, load balancing, and service function chaining.
|Top Use Cases||
|Linux Container Integration||
|Industry Standards Participation||Open Compute Project (OCP), Telecom Infrastructure Project (TIP) and Linux Foundation (LFN, OPNFV, etc.)|
|Linux Foundation Projects Supported||LFN (CORD, DPDK, FD.io, FRR, IOVisor, ONAP, ONOS, OpenDaylight, Open Security Controller, OpenSwitch, OPNFV, OVS, PNDA, SNAS.io)|
|Key Partners||Rohde & Schwarz, NS Solutions, Microtel Innovation|