uCPE: Getting Maximum Value out of a Minimal Footprint
Communication Service Providers (CSPs) are looking at universal CPE (uCPE) platforms to consolidate the number of hardware platforms used at the customer premise, to allow efficient service delivery and management and, most importantly, because uCPE provides a clear economic advantage.
CSPs have a host of considerations when selecting a uCPE platform, including latency, packet processing, core throughput and resiliency, in addition to management and operational aspects such as Service Function Chaining (SFC).
This report, written by Heavy Reading for Enea, is a valuable help to CSPs for understanding how to evaluate a uCPE platform, from cost structure to functionality perspectives.
Enea is a global information technology company with its headquarters in Kista, Sweden that provides real-time operating systems and consulting services. Enea, which is an abbreviation of Engmans Elektronik Aktiebolag, is producing the operating system OSE.
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