May 10, 2016

NaaS - Not just another as-a-Service

The evolution of cloud-based computing and software-defined networks is converging to enable new ways to manage the network--providing an infrastructure that allows applications to request and directly manage network resources.  This development opens the door for service providers to revolutionize how public and private networks are provisioned.  

  • TechNote on Infrastructure and Performance
  • Larry Hettick, Editorial Director & Senior Research Fellow, Webtorials
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    Good explanation of Network-As-A-Service, especially the point you make at the end about how NaaS strengthens a service provider's competitiveness by making them much more responsive to their customer's dynamic traffic demands.

    In Sonus' experience this has been a significant driver for the deployment of VellOS, our Network Control Platform solution especially suitable for NaaS. For more information, a case study for Telstra International can be found at Telstra Brings ‘Network-as-a-Service’ concepts to life in Asia and United States.

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