Enterprises are undergoing digital transformation driven by widespread outsourcing of IT infrastructure, accelerated adoption of cloud services, motivating the need for secure connectivity, and ever-present demands for overall cost reduction. Branch SD-Edge solutions enable Communications service providers (CSPs) and managed service providers (MSPs) to offer high-value add managed services to enable this transition.
Branch SD-Edge solutions is available in a white-box or virtual form-factor for securely interconnecting branch offices and migrating workloads to the cloud. Branch SD-Edge solution offering includes vRouter, VPN, vFirewall, 1 GE or 10 GE interfaces
The Branch SD-Edge solutions have been optimized for cloud connectivity, at the branch and cloud edges of the network. The DANOS-Vyatta edition for Universal SD-Edge is highly tuned and optimized software for high speed packet processing functions achieving highest throughput data rate. The solutions feature a host NOS with ability to drive 10 Gbps+ line rate throughput is one of the unique capabilities and key differentiators the platform provides for NFV adopters
Open, flexible platform enabling service providers to deliver best-in-class software defined services with simplicity
Carrier grade, deployed by AT&T
Packaged with hardware and VNFs; leading control plane and open source expertise; choice of third-party VNF applications
Network reliability: Carrier-grade, single networking function for all networking needs - IPSec site-site VPN, DMVPN, NAT, Zone based firewall, dynamic routing
Multi-cloud interoperability – Integrates seamlessly with and delivers the same functionality and operational experience available with its AWS/Azure based offerings.
Future-proof deployment: Branch SD-Edge is software upgradable to the Universal SD-Edge uCPE
Pay-as-you-grow: Wide range of Whitebox HW (uCPE and x86 server) options available for quick service deployment
Network management: Full-featured Netconf/Yang and integrated CLI across all functions, including virtualization, SNMP, Syslog, IPFIX, and sFlow