Overview and Case Studies of SDN/NFV Technologies

Published Date : Apr 18, 2016

ALBANY, New York, April 18, 2016 - MarketResearchReports.biz has announced the addition of the “SDN/NFV Technologies: Innovative Use Cases And Operator Strategies” report to its offering. The report consists of an overview of SDN/NFV in the access network, its implications, and case studies. It also presents market overview and implications of software defined networking (SDN) in the core network, along with its case study. The next segment of the report comprises a market overview of centralized network functions virtualization (NFV), its implications, and case studies. A market overview, implications, and case studies for virtual CPE are also given.

NFV is a network architecture concept that creates communication services by making use of IT virtualization to virtualize all classes of network node functions into building blocks that may connect together. SDN is a modern approach to networking that eliminates the complex and static nature of distributed network architectures by using software abstraction between the network control plane and the data forwarding plane.

SDN and NFV are complementary technologies, since NFV depends on SDN for delivering network features that enable it. Software defined networking (SDN) is used to operate the forwarding layer in a network. Network functions virtualization (NFV) is focused on network appliances that perform path control, protocol manipulation, logging, security control, content reports, monitoring, and other such functions.

SDN allows dynamic bandwidth by separating the control plane from the data plane, thus providing high-quality service levels.  NFV replaces hardware with software apps, eliminating the need for various types of specialty WAN equipment and the associated costs.

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NFV has applications in the virtualization of mobile base stations, fixed access and home environments, content delivery networks (CDN), and platform as a service (PaaS). The potential benefits of NFV, such as reduced operational and capital costs, are anticipated to drive the market.

The goal of SDN is to allow network engineers to quickly respond to changing requirements. In a traditional network, a specialized appliance such as a load balancer or firewall is used. However, SDN simply deploys applications that use the controller to manage the behavior of the data plane. The administrator can change any network switch rules, blocking, prioritizing or deprioritizing specific types of packets, which is very helpful in managing traffic loads in a cloud computing architecture. This technique ensures that the administrator uses less switches and yet has more control over the network traffic than before.

The report profiles companies that are leading in this technology. Key strategies implemented by these companies, along with information on their recent developments and challenges faced by them, have been provided in the report to guide readers and give them a competitive edge above the rest. Operator strategies and innovative use cases of SDN and NFV technologies have been studied in great detail to help readers understand every aspect of these technologies.

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