Pre-integration of a Qosmos Classifier with Titanium Server creates it easier to emanate new use sequence combinations, reduces TCO with COTS-based deployments, and facilitates emigration between existent and destiny architectures.
Paris, France (PRWEB) Feb 27, 2015
Qosmos®, a marketplace personality in embedded Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) and network comprehension record for use in physical, virtualized and in Software Defined Networking (SDN) architectures, announced it has assimilated a Wind River Titanium Cloud ecosystem, a module dedicated to accelerating a deployment of solutions for Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).
By validating and pre-integrating their hardware and module offerings with Wind River Titanium Server, Titanium Cloud ecosystem partners broach optimized solutions to assistance accelerate time-to-market for use providers and telecom apparatus manufacturers (TEMs) deploying infrastructure formed on NFV. Service providers and TEMs can quietly name these hardware and module products meaningful that they are pre-validated with Titanium Server and prepared for deployment in live networks.
The Qosmos Classifier™, a dedicated module duty with open SDN NFV interfaces, designed with IETF Service Function Chaining (SFC) standards, has been pre-integrated and certified to entirely advantage from a Wind River Titanium Server. This includes a true fixing between a Intel® check mode drivers (aka Intel DPDK®) along with a unchanging networking (overlays support, etc.) support between a Wind River practical switch and a Qosmos Classifier.
“The pre-integration of a Qosmos Classifier with Titanium Server brings several benefits: it creates it easier to emanate new use sequence combinations, reduces TCO with COTS-based deployments, and facilitates emigration between existent and destiny architectures,” pronounced Jerome Tollet, CTO of Qosmos. “As a member of a Titanium Cloud ecosystem we are vehement to join army with Wind River to support business in reaching their NFV objectives.”
“Service providers are looking for certified and market-ready end-to-end NFV solutions. To residence this need, partnership opposite a ecosystem is essential,” pronounced Charlie Ashton, comparison executive of business growth for networking solutions during Wind River. “Through a Titanium Cloud program, we are partnering with leaders like Qosmos to emanate optimized, interoperable solutions for use providers and TEMs who are deploying NFV in their networks. While Wind River’s Titanium Server provides a substructure for Carrier Grade NFV infrastructure, by leveraging other pre-validated NFV elements use providers can quick grasp their goals such as shortening OPEX while accelerating a introduction of new high-value services.”
Titanium Server is a conduit class NFV infrastructure module resolution that is designed to accommodate a difficult “always on” mandate of a telecom industry. With Titanium Server as a NFV infrastructure module foundation, a telecom attention can take full advantage of quick use deployment while ensuring a Carrier Grade uptime and despotic trustworthiness mandated by telecom networks. Titanium Server is formed on open module standards including conduit class Wind River Linux, real-time Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), conduit grade-enhancements to OpenStack®, Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (Intel DPDK), and accelerated practical switching, all optimized for Intel design platforms.
Qosmos leads a marketplace for embedded Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) and network comprehension record used in physical, SDN and NFV architectures. The association reserve module to vendors who hide real-time focus recognition in their products for trade optimization, use chaining, peculiarity of service, analytics, cyber confidence and more. Qosmos brings quick time to marketplace for network comprehension and continual custom signature updates inside physical, SDN and NFV networking products. As a heading retailer of embedded comprehension software, Qosmos contributes actively to general standards and serves 75% of a market.
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