Part of RAD’s Service Assured Access (SAA) solutions, the Linux-based, carrier-class vCPE-OS runs on any white box server and is pre-loaded in RAD’s virtual CPE (vCPE) platforms. It combines powerful networking capabilities with virtualization for hosting SD-WAN and any other value-added virtual network function (VNF) applications from any vendor.
RAD’s vCPE-OS is interoperable with open source management platforms, and easily integrates with standards-based SDN controllers, orchestrators and operations/business support systems (OSS/BSS) from major providers. Featuring a comprehensive management and security suite, vCPE-OS is unique in its convergence of key OS components of NFV infrastructure (including a KVM hypervisor, Open vSwitch, OpenStack, and other elements) with embedded networking capabilities and integrated drivers for LTE and Wi-Fi. In addition, it enables seamless integration of RAD’s pluggable physical network functions (PNFs), such as OAM, Timing, TDM, DSL, and PON.
– Open carrier-class OS platform for any white box or RAD vCPE devices
– Rich service assurance capabilities for overlay services and underlay connectivity
– State-of-the-art networking acceleration layer
– Management platform with automation and zero-touch provisioning
– Any access support with built-in drivers for LTE and WiFi, and RAD’s pluggable PNFs on SFPs
– SD-WAN enabler
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