Perspectives on the Future of SP Networking: Intent and Outcome Based Transport Service Automation
Cisco envisions a future where transport network services are requested based on outcomes and intents. A simplified, on-demand implementation would allow more consumable and user-oriented service structures. Intent-based next-gen transport orchestrators will be driven by industry requirements for "5G Network Slicing," Mobile Transport Services and "Network as a Service" (NaaS).
Cisco Data Centers Segment Routing Traffic Engineering for Service Providers
We are entering a new Era moving to 5G in global pandemic As we move into the exciting era of 5G and witness an ever-growing number of new devices coming online, the transport network is finding its overall capacity tested in ways we’ve never seen before. Millions of mobile voice, data, and video users and […]
How Latency Meets its Match with Network Slicing
Network Slicing is a key concept in 5G and a way to utilize the network in a more intelligent and cost-effective way than ever before.
Automating Network Slicing in the Transport Layer
Network slicing is essential for 5G service providers to deliver on stringent new SLAs while still producing quality service to their existing customer base, and we are excited to be at the forefront of delivering the next generation of technology solutions empowering 5G.
Leading the Way in 5G xHaul
Over the last few years, we’ve invested heavily in bringing the benefits that make Cisco worldwide market share leaders in Core and Edge Routing deeper into the network. Our service provider-focused IOS-XR operating system and other advancements now let us reach all the way to the cell site router, right where the wireless customer hits the ground. And we’ve gone one step further by creating a flexible transport solution that integrates fronthaul and backhaul networks, combining the various wireless and wired technology into a packet-based SDN for 5G. This xHaul portfolio is at the core of our converged, end-to-end packet infrastructure, from the access layer into the application, wherever it may reside.
SRv6 is coming
Segment Routing (SRv6) inherits all of SR MPLS capabilities, but simplifies the network by leveraging native IPv6 headers to add network programming capabilities. Discover why SRv6 is getting strong market traction and learn more about what makes SRv6 stand out.
Equinix Segment Routing-powered network delivers increased value to its customers
Segment Routing (SR) is a flexible and scalable way of performing source routing. Discover why and how Equinix is leveraging Segment Routing in its network.