SDNCentral and Wind River join forces for our latest DemoFriday featuring Wind River’s Titanium Server and highlighting the importance of high reliability and availability in a multi-vendor NFV environment.
Wind River DemoFriday: High Reliability and Availability in a Multi-Vendor NFV Environment
SDxCentral and Wind River join forces for our latest DemoFriday featuring Wind River’s Titanium Server and highlighting the importance of high reliability and availability in a multi-vendor NFV environment.
With carrier networks experiencing their largest transformation since the Internet’s inception, it’s easy to see they have become overwhelmed. Video, mobile, and cloud usage all contribute to the amplified amount of traffic current networks endure, leaving them looking for solutions that will quickly introduce new services and adapt to changing traffic patterns. In order to keep up with evolving network needs, it’s imperative communication service providers (CSPs) and telecom equipment providers have this ability.
The changing telecom landscape means CSPs and equipment providers need to change, too. They must find new ways to design and build network architectures to offer increased agility and still curb operating costs. Network functions virtualization (NFV) helped some CSPs when they tried to find answers to these problems by looking to IT technologies.
Wind River demos its Titanium Server – a carrier-grade software solution – and shows how it works for NFV deployments that require high reliability and real-time performance. Also included in this special DemoFriday will be a proof of concept created by Wind River, Brocade, and HP featuring:
- VNF scaling with traffic
- VNF live migration
- Platform link protection
Titanium Server also offers a comprehensive NFV software platform, service agility through pre-validated VNFs, and 99.99% uptime.
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