IP Infusion to Showcase Multi-vendor Disaggregated Networking Solutions for BGP Peering, DCSG and OOPT at Industry Events

True Open Networking Alternative to OEMs to be demonstrated at NANOG
75, Mobile World Congress, OFC and OCP Summit

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IP
Infusion
, a leading provider of intelligent network software for
telecom and data communications services, will be demonstrating
multi-vendor disaggregated networking solutions using OcNOS™,
the industry’s first full-featured commercial network operating system
for network operators, carriers and enterprises, at NANOG 75, Mobile
World Congress, The Optical Networking and Communication Conference &
Exhibition and OCP Summit.

“Disaggregated networking with IP Infusion offers network operators the
true alternative for building networks by taking advantage of the
ability of using diverse equipment and software to manage their own
networks, instead of a vendor lock-in and proprietary solution models,”
said Atsushi Ogata, President and CEO of IP Infusion. “IP Infusion joins
industry leaders to showcase the latest direction for disaggregated
networking.”

IP Infusion will be showcasing OcNOS at:

  • NANOG 75 – (February 18-20, San Francisco): IP Infusion will
    participate in a multi-vendors demonstration of BGP peering on the
    Dell EMC Z9100 platform. The demonstration will include typical data
    center Spine/leaf architecture showcasing the benefit of disaggregated
    network and interoperability of various network operating system (NOS)
    platform on Dell EMC hardware.
  • Mobile World Congress – (February 25-28), Barcelona): At the
    Vodafone booth IP Infusion will participate in the multi-vendor
    demonstrations of DCSG (Disaggregated Cell Site Gateway). Cassini – a
    packet optical transponder system – will be integrated in an
    end-to-end, multi-vendor demonstration in the Telecom Infra
    Project’s demonstration area. The end-to-end demonstration will
    include element from multiple TIP project groups: OOPT (Open Optical
    Packet Transport) including the beforementioned DCSG and Cassini,
    OpenRAN, vRAN fronthaul, and Edge Computing. Cassini is an initiative
    developed by the OOPT Project Group of TIP to demonstrate
    disaggregated network for long distance optical transport that
    provides interconnectivity solutions for DCI (Data center
    Interconnect) and Metro Networks.
  • The Optical Networking and Communication Conference & Exhibition
    (OFC) — (March 5-7, San Diego):
    At OFC, IP Infusion will take
    part in the demonstrations of OOPT (Open Optical Packet Transponder),
    an initiative of TIP (telecom infrastructure), to showcase a
    multi-vendor disaggregated optical transport network. The
    demonstration will take place at the TIP and NTT booths.
  • OCP Summit — (March 14-15, San Jose): IP Infusion will take
    part in the demonstrations of this OOPT (Open Optical Packet
    Transponder) initiative of TIP to showcase multivendor disaggregated
    optical transport network. The demonstration will take place at the
    Facebook booth.

OcNOS is the industry’s first full-featured network OS for White Box and
features include advanced capabilities, such as extensive switching and
routing protocol support, MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching), and SDN
(software defined networking). OcNOS features hybrid, centralized or
distribute network support; scalable, modular high-performance network;
and a robust data plane built on merchant silicon.

About IP Infusion

IP Infusion, the leader in disaggregated networking solutions, delivers
enterprise and carrier-grade software solutions allowing network
operators to reduce network costs, increase flexibility, and to deploy
new features and services quickly. IP Infusion’s OcNOS, the industry’s
first enterprise and carrier-grade network operating system for Open
Compute hardware, allows for easier implementation of large-scale IT
networks, and offers customers white box solutions to deploy more
quickly. VirNOS, an NFV-based software platform, provides carriers and
enterprises with a cost-effective network OS approach to implement and
manage their networking services. With the OcNOS and VirNOS network
operating systems, both powered by ZebOS, IP Infusion offers network
operators, carriers, and enterprises with the physical and virtual
software solutions they need to achieve the disaggregated networking
model. Over 300 customers worldwide, including major networking
equipment manufacturers, use IP Infusion’s respected ZebOS platform to
build networks to address the evolving needs of cloud, carrier and
mobile networking. IP Infusion is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif.,
and is a wholly owned and independently operated subsidiary of ACCESS
CO., LTD. Additional information can be found at http://www.ipinfusion.com.

IP Infusion, ZebOS, VirNOS and OcNOS are trademarks or registered
trademarks of IP Infusion. ACCESS is registered trademarks or trademarks
of ACCESS CO., LTD. in the United States, Japan and/or other countries.
All other trademarks, service marks, registered trademarks, or
registered service marks mentioned are the property of their respective
owners.

Contacts

Ursula Herrick
Herrick Media
ursula@herrickmedia.com
408-202-0865

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