Italtel, Cisco Boost Collaboration on SDN for Enterprises

Italtel, Cisco Boost Collaboration on SDN for Enterprises Image Credit: Cisco

Italtel and Cisco have signed a partnership to strengthen their co-operation in Software Defined Networking (SDN) solutions for the enterprise market. As part of the collaboration, Cisco has launched an Enterprise SDN Controller (Cisco® Application Policy Infrastructure Controller - Enterprise Module or APIC-EM), positioning it as a cornerstone for the evolution of IP networks in the business context.

At the same time, Italtel has commenced development of an application for APIC-EM that makes the most of network resources by providing the best possible Quality of Experience (QoE) for IP video and voice services.

The solution, known as Dynamic Admission Control, guarantees the best QoE for multi-technology Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) applications in a multi-site enterprise context. The bandwidth management is performed dynamically, activating Quality of Service (QoS) policies which are shaped according to the services that should be preserved. One of the biggest use cases for the solution is network congestion.

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