Telco Systems Wins 2015 SDN Excellence Award

MANSFIELD, MA -- Telco Systems, the leading provider of innovative SDN & NFV and multi-service Carrier Ethernet 2.0 and MPLS edge solutions, today announced that the company has won the 2015 SDN Excellence Award from SDN Zone. The SDN Excellence Award list is an annual recognition featuring companies that are having a profound impact on the IT and Telecom industries and are leading the way in SDN architecture and applications.

Telco Systems received this award recognition for its CloudMetro 100 SDN/D-NFV virtualization platform. CloudMetro 100 enables telco operators and other communications service providers to build orchestrated virtual environments and offer multiple network functions and services at the network edge. By leveraging SDN and NFV technologies, CloudMetro 100 allows operators to introduce new virtualized IT services rapidly and supply them with significantly lower delivery costs.

"This award recognition strengthens the value proposition of our CloudMetro platform and overall product portfolio of SDN and NFV solutions," said Moshe Shimon, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Telco Systems. "The new virtualized services enabled by CloudMetro represent for service providers important new revenue streams and can be used as competitive differentiators that enable a service provider to enter new service markets and directly complete with cloud service providers."

CloudMetro 100 is carrier-grade and supports the increasing capacity needs of service providers with 10 gigabit-Ethernet (10GE) capabilities. The platform also supports the latest transportation technologies, including Carrier Ethernet 2.0, IP/MPLS and OpenFlow along with NETCONF and YANG for network management.

To learn more, visit http://www.telco.com
 

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