Meet the New Generation of Network Interface Devices
To achieve the full potential of network functions virtualization (NFV), communication service providers (CSPs) need network edge technology that enables them to rapidly roll out new virtual services, while at the same time protecting the network and its data. Our FSP ProNID product family is a new generation of network interface devices (NIDs) specially designed for NFV-centric networks. It enables CSPs to offer virtual customer premises equipment as virtual network functions (VNFs) hosted in a central location, ready for deployment whenever the end user requires. What’s more, our FSP ProNID product family achieves this in the most secure way possible.
Network Demarcation for the Cloud Generation
Our FSP ProNID product family is a multi-layer solution that collapses routing and demarcation functionality into one single network element. This dramatically simplifies CSPs operational procedures as they only need to deploy one network element at the network edge. And because our technology has advanced multi-tenant capabilities, CSPs can connect multiple customers to just one device. The implications here are profound. CSPs can now rapidly introduce new services and deploy them to customers at the touch of a button. No more truck rolls. No more hardware upgrades.
Data Security Throughout the Network
There can be no question that NFV presents tremendous new business opportunities and access to a wealth of new revenue streams. But the security implications here must not be overlooked. Moving data and functions from behind the safety of corporate walls requires stringent security measures. This is where our ConnectGuard™ Ethernet technology plays a key role. Unlike other vendors, our NFV solution is completely secure. It protects data from the edge of the network to the core. And if anything should happen, our exacting monitoring tools provide immediate notice. In an NFV-centric world, security is critical and there is no room for error.
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