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Telco Systems Releases new SDN Network Operating Systems with OpenFlow Support

Sep 30, 2014

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Telco Systems, a leading provider of multi-service CE 2.0 and MPLS edge solutions for mobile backhaul, business Ethernet and cloud networking services, has recently announced a strategy focused for developing SDN and NFV technologies. The company plans to focus on its Open Metro Edge (OME) solutions, which supports network evolution from Carrier Ethernet 2.0 to SDN and NFV architectures.

As part of this new strategy, Telco Systems has released its new ViNOX network operating system. ViNOX is the first network operating system with native support for OpenFlow – the emerging protocol that enables SDN for making the network components more intelligent and IT aware. ViNOX can power all of a service provider’s OME devices and can be added via a simple software upgrade onto the existing network devices from Telco Systems. Service providers can leverage ViNOX’s complete SDN support for better automation of network processes and realize greater flexibility, faster deployment of new services and more efficient network management on their current infrastructure.