Network virtualization tool for mobile edge networking introduced by ADLINK

SAN JOSE, Calif., 25 April 2016. ADLINK Technology in San Jose, Calif., is introducing the ADLINK NFV pre-integrated network function virtualization (NFV) tool designed to enable telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMS) and communications service providers (CSPs) to accelerate production of network virtualization deployments for mobile edge networking.

Network virtualization tool for mobile edge networking introduced by ADLINK
Network virtualization tool for mobile edge networking introduced by ADLINK
SAN JOSE, Calif., 25 April 2016. ADLINK Technology in San Jose, Calif., is introducing the ADLINK NFV pre-integrated network function virtualization (NFV) designed to enable telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMS) and communications service providers (CSPs) to accelerate production of network virtualization deployments for mobile edge networking.

The ADLINK NFV solution features Wind River Titanium Server, available on ADLINK's SETO-1000 extreme outdoor server and Modular Industrial Cloud Architecture (MICA) platform. The NFV infrastructure offering is designed to deliver optimized media processing and communications for today's bandwidth-intensive applications.

The ADLINK NFV solution offers optimized software stacks and a mesh topology for maximum throughput and redundancy. All carrier-grade hardware comes as part of a modular delivery system with an open/closed NFV solution architecture that enables TEMs and CSPs to customize functionality based on application requirements without compromising security or increasing time-to-deployment.

In addition, the NFV solution ensures system compatibility and future-proofing with APIs based on open source and de facto open standards. Target virtualization applications include Mobile Edge Computing (MEC); Customer premises equipment (CPE); Radio access networks (RAN); Deep packet inspection (DPI); Broadband remote access server (BRAS); Content delivery networks (CDN); Media processing; Policy management; Security; and LTE Core.

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ADLINK's SETO-1000 is for extreme environments and outdoor telecom/networking applications. Based on the dual Intel Xeon E5-2400 v2 family of processors, the SETO-1000 MEC platform enables delivery of data center performance at the edge of the network.

The SETO-1000 provides IT and cloud-computing capabilities within the Radio Access Network (RAN) in close proximity to mobile subscribers, offering a service environment characterized by proximity, ultra-low latency, and high-bandwidth that allows content, services, and applications to be accelerated, maintaining a customer's high-level Quality of Experience (QoE).

For more information contact ADLINK online at www.adlinktech.com.

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