SDN and NFV services

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The combination of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is believed to usher in the era of a software centric architecture thereby disposing off the need of the traditional static network architecture. What started as a means to gain competitive advantage by reducing CAPEX is also showing great results in significantly reducing OPEX and considerably decreasing the time-to-market for a large number of enterprises. In an increasingly virtual world which is become the future of enterprise IT architecture, SDN and NFV will be a major contributing factor in helping CSPs (Communication Service Providers) catering to the networking needs of enterprises.

Over the last 5 years, HSC has been working with its customers who are typically the Network Equipment Manufacturers and Test Equipment Manufacturers to help them define their software strategy, transform their infrastructure and revolutionize the way they do their business.

HSC's SDN and NFV offerings for Communication Service Providers:

Here are some of our key offerings for Network Equipment Manufacturers in the NFV and SDN technology space:

  • Migration of CN (Core network) equipment to virtualized environment (based on VMWare, KVM/OpenStack)
  • Enhancement of existing NM solutions to support MANO functions
  • Implementing Visualization tools such as Dashboard for centralized monitoring/control of various network functions and the resources (physical/ virtual compute/networking)
  • Substituting VMware with Open Source for Virtualization
  • Enhancement of existing test solution to support test/verification of network functions hosted in NFV infrastructure
  • Making the Transport Network devices SDN ready by using OpenFlow
  • Extending the SDN controller framework
  • Developing SDN applications using SDN controllers like OpenDayLight
  • Building SDK
  • Inclusion of SDN enablers (such as OpenFlow, OpenFlow-config) in the access-points
  • Building SDN enabling applications to route packets based on certain conditions (such as QOS or measurements)

Network function virtualization, software-defined networking and cloud based technologies are shaping the mobile network evolution. These technologies form the crux of virtualization services and have become a determining factor in improving ROI and enabling the operators to launch their services faster.

Are you looking for help in implementing NFV and SDN in your enterprise? Send in your specific query using the link below.

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