The new capability allows mobile operators to self provision for guaranteed SLAs based on latency and bandwidth demand.
The expansion is in the form of a new 115,000-square foot building that can support up to 21 megawatts of capacity.
Colt services now available in the United States include enterprise bandwidth services up to 100 Gb/s.
The companies claim the PoC was the first to show two-way control.
Both operators and the LSO APIs rely on ONAP.
They plan to share the network-to-network interface and open API code with standards bodies.
Colt moves from proprietary routers to x86.
It provides a cloud of clouds, says Siaras.
Decoupling like Juniper? No comparison, say Versa's founders.
Awards programs are usually a lot of work and a lot of fun. More importantly though, you can gain a lot of insight looking over dozens of awards entries.
SDN applications such as bandwidth bursting might really come to life. KVH plans to offer that feature in August on etherXen, a carrier-grade Ethernet service built on Cyan and Accedian equipment.
While we were at the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress, there were apparently things happening in other places — of all the nerve. We present news from the processor and storage fronts, more detail about what Cyan did, and a quick VMware update.
Colt's Javier Benitez and Nicolas Fischbach share their real-world deployments of NFV and SDN at a service provider today and discuss future plans.