Service Provider InfrastructureResilient, highly-virtualized, highly-scalable, centrally-managed networking and analytics
Cloud Data Center
The growth in public and private cloud services is forcing a rethinking of networks today. Not only do cloud data centers demand highly virtualized, highly reliable, well-orchestrated and operationally efficient infrastructure, but cloud operators and managed/hosting service providers must have the ability and agility to quickly turn up new applications at an increasing rate. Providing a great customer experience is the key in this increasingly-competitive business. Extreme Networks’ open standards based Software Defined Architecture (SDA) coupled with advanced virtualization features in its Extensible Operating System (EXOS) on top of its versatile Ethernet switching portfolio enables you to setup your next cloud infrastructure quickly and simply.
A pioneer in highly resilient and highly available infrastructure to enable easily-provisioned Ethernet services, Extreme Networks works closely with carriers to understand their growing needs to deliver a custom solution. Extreme’s focuses on enabling providers to deliver virtualized business services with traffic engineering, rich visibility, and SLA monitoring for various network types ranging from inter-data center and inter-campus connectivity to FTTX access networks.
Algar Telecom, a Brazilian provider of mobile and wired voice, data, and Internet communications, as well as information technology (IT) services, DTH and cable TV services, infrastructure leasing and voice interconnection services, needed a solution that could adapt to their ever-growing needs. Algar found that Extreme Networks fit that bill perfectly, and met their stringent requirements for reliability, performance, and availability.
Internet Exchange Point
Operators of Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) have the daunting high pressure task of interconnecting multiple service provider networks of all sizes to enable the connectivity of the biggest network of all – the Internet. As the business model evolves from providing fixed connectivity to more virtualized connectivity over high-performance, high-reliability infrastructure, IXPs are migrating to Extreme Networks products such as the Black Diamond X8 for high density 10, 40, and 100 Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, high performance and high reliability along with its Extensible Operating System (EXOS) based virtualization features (MPLS, VPLS, etc).
Internet Service Provider & Multi-System Operator
As demand for Internet traffic and high bandwidth data applications such as video increases while the the cost per bit is expected to decrease, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Multi-System Operators (MSOs) diversify their services from triple play offerings to leveraging new value from their infrastructure investments. Extreme Networks’ EXOS delivers the enhanced features required for rolling out and managing triple play services on top of a scalable bandwidth and operationally-efficient network infrastructure.
With the explosion of mobile usage, and the cost per bit of traditional transmission only increasing, mobile operators look to packet-based networks to backhaul mobile traffic. This transition requires that packet networks be extremely reliable while delivering exponentially higher performance. They must also deliver the high precision clock synchronization that the Radio Access Network (RAN) is used to and requires. The E4G-200 and E4G-400 were specifically designed for this; supporting standard Ethernet-based reliability mechanisms pionered by Extreme Networks, multiple clock synchronization methods, and the ability to aggregate and tunnel base station connectivity.
E4G-200 & E4G-400 Cell Site Aggregation Router
Modular Switching and Routing
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