The SDN, NFV & Network Virtualization Ecosystem Market Potential Growth

Amazing Newspaper | May 17, 2019

While the advantages of SDN (Software Defined Networking) and network virtualization are well known in the enterprise IT and data center world, both technologies also bring a host of benefits to the telecommunications service provider community. Not only can these technologies help address the explosive capacity demand of mobile traffic, but they can also reduce the CapEx and OpEx burden faced by service providers to handle this demand by diminishing reliance on expensive proprietary hardware platforms. The recognition of these benefits has led to the emergence of the NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) concept that seeks to virtualize and effectively consolidate many service provider network elements onto multi-tenant industry-standard servers, switches and storage.

Spotlight

The twin disruptive forces of cloud computing and digital transformation are disrupting the cloud provider marketplace. Unrelenting demand from mid-market and enterprise customers alike for faster, more adaptable services that will help them deal with the pressures of digital disruption are now table stakes for any cloud provider to remain competitive in today’s turbulent business environment.

Spotlight

The twin disruptive forces of cloud computing and digital transformation are disrupting the cloud provider marketplace. Unrelenting demand from mid-market and enterprise customers alike for faster, more adaptable services that will help them deal with the pressures of digital disruption are now table stakes for any cloud provider to remain competitive in today’s turbulent business environment.

Related News

VPN

TheGreenBow and Zyxel Collaborate for a macOS VPN Client

TheGreenBow | June 10, 2021

TheGreenBow, a French cybersecurity software company, and Zyxel, a Taiwanese leading secure networking company, have expanded their collaboration with a macOS VPN Client. Zyxel Networks is a global leader in offering secure, AI- and cloud-powered business and residential networking solutions, including award-winning security products. TheGreenBow has modified its macOS VPN Client by adding functionality requested by Zyxel. These features have improved the company's security solutions. Zyxel, on the other hand, adds TheGreenBow macOS VPN Client to its comprehensive security solutions. At the start of our fruitful collaboration, Zyxel was enticed by the highest level of security offered by TheGreenBow VPN products and picked TheGreenBow Windows IPSec VPN Client as his first option. Zyxel sells an IPSec VPN client named SecuExtender IPSec VPN Client, thanks to TheGreenBow's expertise in VPN technology. This service is primarily intended for small and medium-sized organizations worldwide to provide proper protection against the growing needs of a more mobile workforce and distributed work site expansions. TheGreenBow's collaboration with Zyxel has been extended as part of TheGreenBow's ambitious ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) collaboration program, which will see further partnerships announced in the coming weeks. About TheGreenBow TheGreenBow is a French Cybersecurity Software company that has delivered dependable VPN solutions throughout the world since 1998. Their unique expertise is centered on developing user-friendly encryption technologies that combine the most significant degree of security with unparalleled ease of use. With over two million licenses distributed globally and more than 20 decades of expertise in developing cryptographic software for privacy protection in a B2B market, as well as Common Criteria EAL3+ certification. TheGreenBow is a reliable and scalable provider of security solutions for SMEs, large accounts, critical infrastructures, governments, and civil administrations. TheGreenBow is a founder member of Hexatrust and a member of the competitive cluster "Pôle Systematic."

Read More

Marlink Deploys 6WIND vRouters to Roll out Large Scale Data Center Virtualization Solution

6WIND | October 08, 2020

6WIND, a Leading high-performance networking software company, today announced that Marlink, the world's leading provider of Smart Network Solutions for remote locations, deployed 6WIND Turbo Router™ software as vRouters (virtual routers) to connect and route traffic across its global satellite network for their maritime and enterprise markets. The live deployment includes 6WIND's vRouters deployed in High Availability configurations across multiple Point of Presence (POP) locations.

Read More

VIRTUAL DESKTOP TOOLS

BlackBerry Strengthens QNX Advanced Virtualization Framework

BlackBerry | June 16, 2022

BlackBerry Limited has released an upgraded version of the QNX Advanced Virtualization Frameworks (QAVF) as well as compatibility for Google's newest Android Automotive OS (AAOS) reference implementation (Trout 1.0). This latest version of QAVF, which is now in use by OEMs across several production projects, will allow embedded automotive software developers to simplify development, expedite time to market, and decrease costs when designing Android Automotive OS-based IVI systems. This new invention extends BlackBerry's leading position in the embedded vehicle software industry by providing a framework for the development of both safety and non-safety applications. QNX Advanced Virtualization Frameworks extends the functionality of the QNX Hypervisor and the QNX Hypervisor for Security to support the complex sharing and abstraction of the underlying hardware in a hypervised environment for systems such as digital cockpits, domain controllers, and other high-performance compute applications that require a combination of safety and non-safety functions. The QNX Hypervisor solutions, QAVF and Trout 1.0, work together to offer a quick application development environment while exploiting the capabilities and benefits of the Android operating system. Virtualization is an essential necessity in present and future cockpit technologies. Trout 1.0, QNX Hypervisor for Safety, and QNX safety-certified shared device drivers work together to simplify Android integration for clients while also offering a suitable platform for designing mixed-criticality systems. QNX is upgrading QAVF to correspond with the current VIRTIO standards and provide USB management, filesystem sharing, and specialized graphics sharing for mission sensitive situations, in addition to supporting Trout 1.0. The advancement is yet another important automotive milestone for the company, whose BlackBerry QNX technology is in production programs with 45 different OEMs and 7/7 of the top Tier 1s, securing over 195 million vehicles globally. BlackBerry QNX is the market leader in automotive safety-certified embedded software. BMW, Aptiv, Bosch, Ford, GM, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Toyota, and Volkswagen rely on BlackBerry QNX software for a wide variety of safety-related systems. These include Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Digital Cockpits, and Secure Data Gateways, which are becoming more common in automobiles. Moreover, with design wins with 24 of the top 25 electric vehicle automakers and providing a safe, reliable, and secure software foundation for autonomous drive vehicle systems, BlackBerry QNX is critical to the future of the automotive industry.

Read More