Network equipment makers and service providers are migrating from traditional, hardware-based system architecture to a simpler, more dynamic software-defined network (SDN) architecture that is platform agnostic and programmable. Across many industries and value chains, new networking technologies and standards have elevated performance expectations regarding the speed of service provisioning and the quality of the customer experience, which are creating opportunities for companies to rethink their products and business models. Aricent’s rich portfolio of software frameworks help our clients reduce time-to-market, risk and cost of networking products and solutions.
“Investment in SDN and NFV is projected to grow at a compounded annual rate of 45% for the next two years and account for nearly $22 billion in revenue by the end of 2020. Spearheaded by internet giants, datacenter operators and large enterprises, growth in the enterprise and datacenter segment of the market accounted for $12 billion in 2017 alone.”
Featured Software Frameworks
Intelligent Switching Solutions
Aricent’s next-generation Intelligent Switching Solution includes a comprehensive feature set for enhanced reliability and scalability.
WLAN Switching Solution
Aricent’s WLAN Switch Solution is the building block you need to speed time to market, and gain back valuable development time for what matters-making products faster, better and future-ready.
Data Center Switching Solution
Aricent’s leading Data Center Switching solution and framework offers plug and play functionality for optimized performance and scalability.
Optical Transport Network
The Aricent OTN software framework is the first of its kind and a game-changer for OEMs and service providers in the optical transport market.
Transport and Metro Ethernet
Optical Networking for high capacity, survivable, demanding networks
Aricent Industry Insights
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Virtual Solutions - October 15, 2018 - Chandra Reddy
Networking - September 7, 2018 - Shamik Mishra
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