To thrive in the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) era of networking, operators need to make their network services just as easy to consume as cloud and IoT applications.
Nokia DemoFriday: Make Carrier SDN Happen with the Nokia Network Services Platform Demo
To thrive in the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) era of networking, operators need to make their network services just as easy to consume as cloud and IoT applications. This means moving to an on-demand service delivery model so applications can consume only what they need, when and where they need it. It means being able to take new network services from concept to market in months, not years, and being able to provision them in seconds or minutes. Operators can addresses these challenges through Nokia’s purpose-built Carrier SDN software, Nokia Network Services Platform (NSP), that blends Nokia’s experience in service management, assurance, and in building and managing large-scale dynamic routing in IP/MPLS and optical networks. The NSP delivers a unified approach to service automation, network optimization and assurance in one integrated platform. In this session they demonstrated how the NSP allows you to:
- Create on-demand IP/optical network services in less than half the time and provision them in seconds/minutes instead of days/weeks
- Add network awareness to on-demand service provisioning so you can make best use of available network assets
- Extend assurance capabilities – such as integrated OAM tests and network and service supervision – to SDN services so you can move from trials to large scale deployments
- Adapt and optimize networks in real-time – using flow redirection and self-tuned adaptive routing – so you can get more out of your existing assets
Extend SDN automation capabilities to assurance functions so you can ensure on-going service/network health and high network efficiency – without manual intervention.
Watch the Make Carrier SDN Happen with the Nokia Network Services Platform demo and download the presentation slides below.
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