Huawei has revealed its software-defined networking and network function virtualisation strategy at the OpenFlow World Congress in Germany. Based on the concepts of cloud computing, SDN, and NFV, Huawei developed the “future-oriented” telecom network architecture strategy, SoftCOM, which aims to help reconstruct the telecom industry from the perspectives of network architecture, network functions, as well as service and Observation and Measurements models.
SHENZHEN, China — Huawei today announced its success in demonstrating interoperability on single-domain controller and NetMatrix coordinator for transport software-defined networking (SDN), as a significant practical achievement for its future-oriented SoftCOM strategy. Organized by the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) and Open Networking Foundation (ONF), interoperability tests were performed in telecom carriers in Asia, Europe and North America to accelerate the industrial adoption of transport SDN technologies and improve network interoperability and programmability.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — (Marketwired) — 07/29/14 — Midokura , a global company focused on network virtualization, today announced that KVH Co. Ltd. of Japan, Asia’s leading information delivery platform provider, has selected Midokura’s MidoNet network virtualization technology to use for its new private cloud offering, Private Cloud Type-S. Now, KVH has the ability to easily add virtual network services, such as virtual load balancers and virtual firewalls, to its private cloud solutions.
HONG KONG — OneAsia, the leading cloud solution and data center services provider in Asia today announced that it has deployed the Pluribus Networks F64 Server Switch, the state-of-the-art software-defined networking solution (“SDN”) in its enterprise-class data centers in Hong Kong and Shanghai, mainland China. The innovative SDN solution is supported by the PN Technology (Asia) Limited, a reseller of Pluribus Networks in Greater China.
HONG KONG — OneAsia, the leading cloud solution and data center services provider in Asia today announced that it has deployed the Pluribus Networks F64 Server Switch, the state-of-the-art software-defined networking solution (“SDN”) in its enterprise-class data centers in Hong Kong and Shanghai, mainland China. The innovative SDN solution is supported by the PN Technology (Asia) Limited, a reseller of Pluribus Networks in Greater China.http://www.virtualpressoffice.com/publicsiteContentFileAccess?fileContentId=1570507&fromOtherPageToDisableHistory=Y&menuName=News&sId=&sInfo=
SHENZHEN, China — Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, today announced the opening of its OpenDaylight (ODL) Lab in Shenzhen, China. OpenDaylight is an open and collaborative network programmability platform for software defined networking (SDN). It also creates a solid foundation for network virtualization function (NFV) for networks of any size or scale. The Huawei run ODL Lab will become the first of its kind in Asia Pacific, and second in the world to be hosted by a third-party as part of the approved OpenDaylight Community Labs list.
Pacnet has launched into full availability its cross-continent software-configurable network connectivity services called PEN (for Pacnet Enabled Network). The company launched a pilot version of the services in Asia Pacific in November, and on Tuesday, along with announcing PEN’s coming out of beta it also said it had expanded the services to the US. Pacnet is one of the largest carriers and data center service providers in Asia Pacific. PEN now spans data centers in Australia, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the US.