WAN Automation Engine
“Recalculating”… Service Providers Improve TCO with Programmable Networks
The cost for service providers to keep up with market and customer demands can become overwhelming. A programmable network can help lower your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and create other positive business outcomes.
WAN Automation Engine and Segment Routing: Two Great Solutions Even Better Together
Are you looking to deliver an intelligent, dynamic and highly optimized programmable network where applications have control in how they explicitly traverse the end-to-end network? If so, you have probably been watching the Application Engineered Routing story unfold since it was launched in March 2015. For those of you following this developing chapter in the […]
Segment Routing, the engine to Application Engineered Routing
Guest blog by Frederic Trate, SP Product and Solutions Marketing For those, who read my previous blog, you surely want to know more about Application Engineered Routing. As Segment Routing sits at the very heart of Application Engineered Routing, let me start explaining how the former works. I’m going to draw an analogy between how IP networks […]
Join Cisco In Paris for Innovation Overload: MPLS SDN World Congress 2015, NFV& SDN 2015, and V6 World Congress 20 …
By Gina Nienaber, Marketing Manager, SP Product and Solutions Marketing It’s not too late to meet us in Paris for arguably one of the most important technology innovation shows in all of Europe during 2015. If you’re delivering or planning to offer cloud services from an Evolved Programmable Network, this is an event you don’t […]
Cox Communications and Cisco Jointly Present on Innovations in Network Monetization and Optimization
Project Illustrates How Software Defined Network (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Work in Concert to Enhance How Networks are Designed, Operated, and Monetized Last week, I blogged about some...
What’s New With Cisco’s Evolved Services Platform (ESP)? A Peek Inside the Service Provider’s Software …
In February we announced the Evolved Services Platform (ESP) as part of our Service Provider Cisco Open Networking Environment. The ESP consists of a service broker (a storefront for SP applications), a catalog of virtual functions (components of the offerings) and an orchestration engine, which is essentially the factory the produces the applications themselves. One […]