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FUJITSU Network Virtuora SN-V

Features of FUJITSU Network Virtuora SN-V

Network Virtualization Node Software works on generic IA servers and provides U/C-plane separation(*1) in response to SDN trends in wide area networks. This software provides VPN features (L2 over L3 tunneling & forwarding) and resource virtualization (slicing) of wide area networks.

Features

  1. Provides high performance data forwarding using Fujitsu original packet processing technology on generic IA servers. Performance improvement approximately triples (compared with existing FUJITSU products)
  2. Provides automated network design and control by combining with FUJITSU Network Virtuora NC and FUJITSU Network Proactnes II QM
  3. Utilizes both route protection centrally controlled by SDN controller and autonomous route protection controlled by Virtuora SN-V
  4. Supports OpenFlow1.3(*2), an open programing interface for SDN

(*1) The technology which processes User-Data(User Plane) and Control-Data(Control Plane) separately
(*2) One of the centralized network controls, which is standardized by ONF(Open Networking Foundation)

Benefits for network service providers

This software provides network virtualization of wide area networks on generic IA servers. Therefore, network service providers are able to construct network systems which can reduce CAPEX/OPEX in use cases such as inter Data Center networks, M2M networks, control plane networks, etc.

  • Reduces CAPEX/OPEX by providing network virtualization of wide area networks on generic IA servers
  • Improves availability of customer service by combining SDN's centralized control and Virtuora SN-V's autonomous control

Figure of Benefits for network service providers

(*3) Pairing this software with the wide area virtual network operational control and management software, Virtuora NC, enables the network to operate cost-effectively

FUJITSU Network Virtuora SN-V Use Cases

Use Case 1

Visualization and traffic optimization using SDN centralized control

It is possible, using SDN centralized control, to visualize and optimize the configuration of traffic routes over Virtuora SN-Vs deployed throughout a network. This is achieved by designing and setting routes according to the various traffic characteristics of M2M applications. These characteristics are based on operational policy per telecommunications carrier.

Figure of Virtuora SN-V use Cases : Visualization and traffic optimization using SDN centralized control

Use Case 2

Multi-tenancy of networks with widely deployed sites

By configuring L2 over L3 tunneling for each tenant in Virtuora SN-V between each Site, it is possible to provide a virtual network service in a wide area network and to operate the physical networks bandwidth efficiently

Figure of Virtuora SN-V use cases: Multi-tenancy of networks with widely deployed sites

Use Case 3

Integration of wide area networks

By integrating wide area networks of other carriers into Use Case 2 and operating its customer network as a single network, it is possible to further reduce the OPEX of each customer.

Figure of Virtuora SN-V use cases: Integration of wide area networks

Summary of Requirements

Hardware Recommendation(*4)
CPU Intel® Xeon® Processor (4 CPU cores) or faster processor
Memory 12GB or greater
Disk 200GB or greater
Ethernet Card 10 / 100 / 1000BASE-T x2 or greater
Other requirements SAS array controller card
OS Recommendation
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 (for Intel64)

(*4) Supported platform: FUJITSU Server PRIMERGY Series (since May, 2014)

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  • OpenFlow is a trademark of the Open Networking Foundation
  • Intel and Intel Xeon are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries
  • Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox
  • Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds
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  • The information noted here is subject to change without notice

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