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Network Evolution:

The new network architecture  

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Moving forward, network infrastructures must evolve. A network abstraction layer must be established, and the development environment must support a mix of different cloud-based and on-premises options.

SERVICE CREATION

In order to support service delivery, you need the right tools for the job. Having a physical and virtual infrastructure gives service providers the ability to solve the challenges of fixed and wireless, data center and WAN, and optical and IP convergence. Using open APIs to deliver real-time and near-real-time streaming telemetry from the infrastructure to the network abstraction layer enables programmability. Streaming telemetry, a dramatic improvement over Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), allows operators to subscribe to specific, incremental updates of data streamed continuously from devices so they can optimize the network and customer experience.

At the network abstraction layer, analytics can be used to gather unprecedented volumes of data from a far wider set of data sources than ever before. With all of this data in 1 place, application tools can do all sorts of things, like automating network upgrades and troubleshooting network faults. And applying policies or conditions to telemetric data helps ensure that with the large volumes of data gathered, only the most meaningful data is selected for analytics and actions.


Resource orchestration tools are used to automate and manage the lifecycle of each network-level service, from design to provisioning and change management to service removal. Virtualization, automation, and orchestration will simplify your environment, making significant operational savings possible.

Service providers today need to support an incredible array of services and applications: mixing and matching cloud-based and on-premises services, supporting video, 5G, IoT, and other cloud-based services. With a programmable network environment, you’ll be able to differentiate your company by offering innovative services at the speed of market demand. Your service creation will be agile, fast, and fully integrated with operation support systems (OSSs) and business support systems (BSSs).

In order to support service delivery, you need the right tools for the job. Having a physical and virtual infrastructure gives service providers the ability to solve the challenges of fixed and wireless, data center and WAN, and optical and IP convergence. Using open APIs to deliver real-time and near-real-time streaming telemetry from the infrastructure to the network abstraction layer enables programmability. Streaming telemetry, a dramatic improvement over Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), allows operators to subscribe to specific, incremental updates of data streamed continuously from devices so they can optimize the network and customer experience.

In order to support service delivery, you need the right tools for the job. Having a physical and virtual infrastructure gives service providers the ability to solve the challenges of fixed and wireless, data center and WAN, and optical and IP convergence. Using open APIs to deliver real-time and near-real-time streaming telemetry from the infrastructure to the network abstraction layer enables programmability. Streaming telemetry, a dramatic improvement over Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), allows operators to subscribe to specific, incremental updates of data streamed continuously from devices so they can optimize the network and customer experience.

At the network abstraction layer, analytics can be used to gather unprecedented volumes of data from a far wider set of data sources than ever before. With all of this data in 1 place, application tools can do all sorts of things, like automating network upgrades and troubleshooting network faults. And applying policies or conditions to telemetric data helps ensure that with the large volumes of data gathered, only the most meaningful data is selected for analytics and actions.


Resource orchestration tools are used to automate and manage the lifecycle of each network-level service, from design to provisioning and change management to service removal. Virtualization, automation, and orchestration will simplify your environment, making significant operational savings possible.

At the network abstraction layer, analytics can be used to gather unprecedented volumes of data from a far wider set of data sources than ever before. With all of this data in 1 place, application tools can do all sorts of things, like automating network upgrades and troubleshooting network faults. And applying policies or conditions to telemetric data helps ensure that with the large volumes of data gathered, only the most meaningful data is selected for analytics and actions.


Resource orchestration tools are used to automate and manage the lifecycle of each network-level service, from design to provisioning and change management to service removal. Virtualization, automation, and orchestration will simplify your environment, making significant operational savings possible.

Service providers today need to support an incredible array of services and applications: mixing and matching cloud-based and on-premises services, supporting video, 5G, IoT, and other cloud-based services. With a programmable network environment, you’ll be able to differentiate your company by offering innovative services at the speed of market demand. Your service creation will be agile, fast, and fully integrated with operation support systems (OSSs) and business support systems (BSSs).

Service providers today need to support an incredible array of services and applications: mixing and matching cloud-based and on-premises services, supporting video, 5G, IoT, and other cloud-based services. With a programmable network environment, you’ll be able to differentiate your company by offering innovative services at the speed of market demand. Your service creation will be agile, fast, and fully integrated with operation support systems (OSSs) and business support systems (BSSs).

In order to support service delivery, you need the right tools for the job. Having a physical and virtual infrastructure gives service providers the ability to solve the challenges of fixed and wireless, data center and WAN, and optical and IP convergence. Using open APIs to deliver real-time and near-real-time streaming telemetry from the infrastructure to the network abstraction layer enables programmability. Streaming telemetry, a dramatic improvement over Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), allows operators to subscribe to specific, incremental updates of data streamed continuously from devices so they can optimize the network and customer experience.

At the network abstraction layer, analytics can be used to gather unprecedented volumes of data from a far wider set of data sources than ever before. With all of this data in 1 place, application tools can do all sorts of things, like automating network upgrades and troubleshooting network faults. And applying policies or conditions to telemetric data helps ensure that with the large volumes of data gathered, only the most meaningful data is selected for analytics and actions.


Resource orchestration tools are used to automate and manage the lifecycle of each network-level service, from design to provisioning and change management to service removal. Virtualization, automation, and orchestration will simplify your environment, making significant operational savings possible.

Service providers today need to support an incredible array of services and applications: mixing and matching cloud-based and on-premises services, supporting video, 5G, IoT, and other cloud-based services. With a programmable network environment, you’ll be able to differentiate your company by offering innovative services at the speed of market demand. Your service creation will be agile, fast, and fully integrated with operation support systems (OSSs) and business support systems (BSSs).

Now that the network evolution is in place, discover how you can make it all happen.