Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Nuage Networks Intros Branch Office SDN with x86 Virtual CPE

Alcatel-Lucent's Nuage Networks introduced a branch-office solution for delivering software defined networking (SDN) services.

The Nuage Virtualized Networks Services (VNS) solution could be used to provision and define IT services by leveraging policy-driven network automation and application-friendly abstraction.

Nuage achieves this by extending its Virtualized Services Platform (VSP) over both corporate WAN and Internet access bandwidth. VNS enables the creation of templates that describe and manage the workflow of network services for any combination of applications in any cloud, and at any location. The company said this automated network workflow delivers the right services, at the right time, to the right location, and ensures that it is error-free.

“With Nuage Networks VSP being increasingly recognized as the SDN platform of choice, the time has come for SDN to branch out beyond data centers, extending the capabilities of policy-based network automation and effortless connection to all business locations. Nuage Networks VNS can dramatically simplify the delivery and consumption of network services by and for the world’s leading enterprises,” stated Sunil Khandekar, CEO of Nuage Networks.

Nuage Networks VNS solution enables enterprises and service providers to define services with full control and visibility applied and managed over:

  • Any network with freedom of choice across on-net, off-net, and internet options
  • Any cloud with flexibility across private, public, and hybrid cloud options
  • Any form or deployment model with freedom of choice among open (x86) CPE platforms, software-based premise options, and hosted virtual CPE deployment models.

Nuage Networks VNS is in trials now and will be commercially available in Q1 2015.              

http://www.nuagenetworks.net

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