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Intel-RAD Solution Brief Details an Effective Strategy for uCPE Mass Deployment
TEL AVIV, March 26, 2020 – While keen to deploy flexible uCPE at the customer’s premises for improved efficiency and user experience, service providers are looking to do so without incurring additional costs and complexities. A new joint Intel and RAD solution brief available at the Intel Network Builders website details a flexible and cost-effective solution to address service providers’ challenges related to NFV mass deployment.
“There is a compelling case for mass deployment of virtualization at the edge and therefore an urgency to overcome deployment challenges, such as white box hardware costs, VNF licensing (eg. vRouter and vFirewall) and secure remote device provisioning with integration into existing NFV managers and orchestrators,” said Ilan Tevet, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for RAD. “As the Intel-RAD solution brief explains, RAD’s vCPE-OS has been optimized to address these challenges by maximizing performance and throughput while minimizing compute and memory costs as well as operational complexity.
RAD’s vCPE-OS provides all the essential networking capabilities – such as Customer Edge Routing (so there is no need for an additional costly third-party Router VNF), NFVI, and service level assurance. RAD’s vCPE-OS’ lean footprint allows service providers to conserve white box hardware resources, such as CPU cores, RAM and storage, and to use them for new, revenue-generating value added services. In addition, it utilizes high-performance vector packet processing (VPP), combined with SR-IOV and Intel® QAT acceleration, to ensure customer quality of experience (QoE) by maximizing throughput regardless of packet size.
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