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Huawei unveils new SDN solutions

Huawei has unveiled a number of key software-defined
networking (SDN) solutions and technologies based on the framework of SoftCOM. These include an SDN-based next-generation
virtual network (NG-VN), a first carrier-level SDN flow engine, and Protocol
Oblivious Forwarding (POF) technologies for data centers.

Huawei has unveiled a number of key software-defined
networking (SDN) solutions and technologies based on the framework of SoftCOM. These include an SDN-based next-generation
virtual network (NG-VN), a first carrier-level SDN flow engine, and Protocol
Oblivious Forwarding (POF) technologies for data centers.


“Huawei’s SoftCOM strategy and solutions help carriers
around the world navigate the challenges of improving efficiency, reducing
costs, and creating new business opportunities in a time of cloud,
virtualization and ICT convergence,” said Huawei.


“Huawei’s SDN-based NG-VN is a virtualized E2E IP network
solution that enables virtualization of all devices and links and also provides
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Network as a Service (NaaS). NG-VN
supports dynamic modification, expansion, and upgrade of the virtual network
without perceiving the physical network topology or the virtual network
services. It also allows the virtual network to migrate dynamically and
eliminate network faults, creating a fault-free virtual network,” the company
said in a press statement.

By CIO staff

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