Radisys Extends SDN/NFV Solutions to CSPs in Japan and Asia with NS Solution

Radisys Extends SDN/NFV Solutions to CSPs in Japan and Asia with NS Solution Image Credit: Radisys

Radisys has partnered with Japanese IT company NS Solutions to extend its SDN, NFV and securit solution to operators in Japan and also for leading CSPs in Asia.

Radisys’ FlowEngine TDE-2000 intelligent traffic distribution platform delivers Service Function Chaining and Load Balancing capabilities via a unique SDN spine and leaf architecture. The architecture collapses multiple appliances, previously needed to deploy these capabilities, into a single compact 1RU form factor with integrated management. It can be controlled by a variety of SDN controllers, including ODL and ONOS.Radisys and NS Solutions will jointly develop solutions, leveraging Radisys’ FlowEngine,  that will allow CSPs to easily introduce new services with greater speed and agility, provide holistic management, and increase granular security to combat cyber threats, all while realizing a huge reduction of CapEx and OpEx.

Neeraj Patel, VP and GM, Software and Services Solutions, Radisys
Radisys is excited to partner with NS Solutions and extend our reach into the Japanese market by enabling in-region CSPs to transform their mobile networks to keep pace with exploding data traffic.

Masayuki Iida, Director, Systems Engineering Department, NS Solutions 
We’re pleased to partner with Radisys to deliver innovative SDN solutions to our CSP customers and enhance our ability to support CSP network requirements in Japan. Radisys’ industry-leading FlowEngine TDE-2000 platform will enable us to help our customers introduce disruptive applications rapidly with new SDN architectures.

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