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.
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.
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.