Telco Systems Launches OpenFlow SDN-based OSSDN Zone
Link: http://www.sdnzone.com/topics/software-defined-network/articles/390152-telco-systems-launches-openflow-sdn-based-os.htmTelco Systems in March sent out the alert that it’s shifting its focus to better align with what’s happening on the network functions virtualization and software-defined networking front. Today, the company followed up on that by releasing an SDN operating system for carriers that natively supports OpenFlow.
Called ViNOX, the new operating system is being used within the company’s Open Metro Edge devices to allow for more efficient operations, administration and maintenance; multiple transport support (including .1Q, Q-in-Q, and IP/MPLS); quality of service; and resiliency. ViNOX also supports the network configuration protocol NETCONF and the XML-base data modeling language known as YANG.
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