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As digital transformation continues to spread across industries, Wide Area Networks (WANs) have to change, to embrace enterprise cloudification and transform Internet Protocol (IP)-based production networks.
Indeed, by 2025, it's estimated that 85% of enterprise applications will migrate to the cloud, with 74% of enterprises choosing private clouds over hybrid models.
As such, given the maturity of IP technologies — such as Service Routing over IPv6 (SRv6) and Flexible Ethernet (FlexE) — allied to the flexible deployment and converged transport advantages of IP networks, services that used to be carried by multiple Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) production networks can now be carried over a single IP network, slashing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for enterprises.
Slow Service Provisioning
Isolated clouds and networks, with slow provisioning.
Difficult Experience Guarantee
Traditional Quality of Service (QoS)-based scheduling, with difficult Service Level Assurance (SLA).
100x greater connection scale, making manual Operations and Maintenance (O&M) increasingly complicated.
SRv6 enables service provisioning within minutes and agile service cloudification.
One-Fiber Multipurpose Transport
Hierarchical slicing delivers 1000+ slices, enabling a deterministic experience.
One-Click Fast Scheduling
An intelligent cloud-map algorithm improves cloud-network resource utilization by 30%.
One-Network Wide Connectivity
Featuring unique hop-by-hop in-situ Flow Information Telemetry (iFIT), enabling real-time visualization across the entire network.