Posts about NOS

The network operating system (NOS) is taking on greater significance both in the data center and on carrier-level networks as proprietary platforms are replaced with white box infrastructure. The need for increased flexibility and fully virtualized network stacks all but mandates a clean break between hardware and software as data users become less tolerant of downtime, crimped performance and anything else that interferes with their access to data and services ...

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Keeping mobile networks on track is no easy task as they evolve from 2G to 3G to LTE and finally 5G. Each mobile radio innovation comes with additional requirements for the underlying transport network, resulting in new interface cards or replacement of transport network devices. This constant change creates pain for the network design teams and service teams, not to mention significant cost. A new approach for transport network evolution is overdue ...
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