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uCPE (Universal Customer Premises Equipment) is currently considered as the most dynamic use cases of NFV (Network Function Virtualization), largely or partially due to the growth of MSP (Managed Service Provider) and MSSP (Managed Security Service Providers). The growing reliance on MSP and MSSP indicates the enterprise IT has recently shifted its focus from a CAPEX (Capital Expenditure) approach to an OPEX (Operating Expenses) oriented budgeting.
Created by Jack Hsu on June. 22, 2017, Category: vCPE, uCPE, NFV
The 5th Generation mobile networks, known as 5G, are without doubt one of the most discussed technological trends and comes with new telecommunication standards beyond the currently adopted 4G. Though the standards has not officially been coined, 5G has drawn tremendous attention with the promises of higher transfer speed, wider bandwidth, better reliability, lower power consumption and much lower latency, to encourage the smoother device-to-device and IoT communications.
Created by Jack Hsu on May. 17, 2017, Category: 5G, SDN/NFV
Ciena’s Brian Lavallee talks with Sven Freudenfeld of Lanner, Ciena’s newest Blue Obit partner, about the company and the evolution of the NFV market space.
By Brian Lavallee from Ciena on May 8, 2017, Category: NFV, vCPE, Distributed NFV
NFV has dramatically changed the perspective of how network infrastructure is established. The emphasis is the virtualization of network functions on carrier-grade appliances. While communication service providers worldwide are engaging in the transition to SDN and NFV, Virtual CPE (customer premise equipments) is one of the fastest growing use cases among all the real on-site enterprise applications.
By Jack Hsu on May 3, 2017 Category: Distributed vCPE, Cloud vCPE, Hybrid vCPE
Network Function Virtualization (NFV) has become an inevitable trend since European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) introduced it in 2012. It is a new network architecture concept that uses IT virtualization technologies to decouple network functions, such as router, firewall, network address transition (NAT), and domain name service (DNS)...
By Trend Micro on Apr. 12, 2017, Category: on-demand cyber security, vDPI, vIPS, NFV Security