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Service creation in the twinkling of an eye

The times when service providers had to visit their customers for a service upgrade are gone. Today, network functions virtualization (NFV) replaces dedicated hardware with virtual network functions. Instead of mounting another box on the customer's premises, an additional piece of software can be remotely installed in an instance. Field engineers no longer need to spend hours provisioning and testing. Now, automated processes in combination with software on open servers enable communication service providers to rapidly deploy services, scale service capacity or roll-out new services at scale.

More value from your network

Network overprovisioning is an expensive way to deal with uncertain load situations. Real-time provisioning based on network load metrics is a better strategy as it allows for resource optimization. Software-defined networking is all about having full visibility of network resources and allocating them on demand. This empowers communication service providers to make best use of their infrastructure. Open interfaces enable instant service activation across network layers and vendors, and resource bottlenecks can be identified, empowering network expansions. Even network failures can be healed by intelligent software algorithms.

Service-aware enterprise connectivity

Enterprises need high performance connectivity services for their mission critical control and business continuity applications. They don't want to waste money by sending high bandwidth but non-time-critical traffic over expensive links backed up by strong SLAs. SD-WAN is squaring the circle by routing enterprise traffic in an intelligent way. With SD-WAN, high-priority traffic goes over high-availability links with guaranteed bandwidth, while best-effort traffic is securely tunnelled through the internet.

Network functions virtualization

How long does it take you to respond to your customer’s needs? How much revenue are you losing when you’re unable to activate a new service because you don’t have the necessary hardware or network ...
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Software-defined networking

Most networks today are intentionally provisioned at only 30-40% capacity. Wouldn’t you like to capture the additional 60-70% without major infrastructure investment? By extending software-defined networking (SDN) to the transport layer, you can ...
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Transforming SD-WAN

Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) is one of the hottest and fastest-growing technologies in networking today. The growth opportunities for communication service providers (CSPs) and the cost savings for enterprises make it one of the most attractive innovations the industry has seen in a long time ...
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