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The Emerging Control Hierarchy for SDN-Enabled Networks

Key Benefits for CSPs

Increase your Business Opportunities

  • Enables service providers to develop unique capabilities
  • Lowers costs and avoids vendor lock-in

Speed up Innovation

  • Highly specialized vendors can better focus on the different solution building blocks

Enable a Healthy Ecosystem

  • Encourages deep, positive collaboration between software vendors
  • Enable support of lucrative services with tough SLAs

The Emerging Control Hierarchy for SDN-Enabled Networks

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How Can SDN Transform the Network?

What is the impact of automation in the network? What are the key business indicators that can be improved through automation? Sedona CTO Ori Gerstel discusses why today’s legacy networks require an overhaul in order to successfully compete with digital players, and why SDN automation is the key to getting there.

Key Use Cases for the SDN Journey

How can SDN add significant value to your network? By using it for use cases where automation can thrive. Two such use cases are Network Uptime Assurance and Premium Services Fulfillment – in this clip, Ori describes the added value offered through SDN automation.

Considerations for Strong Control Hierarchy Architecture

There are several architectural options for implementing SDN in the network, so how do you choose? In this clip, Ori discusses the emerging control hierarchy architecture for SDN and why it trumps alternatives.

Challenges Faced by CSPs Today:

The Emerging Control Hierarchy for SDN-Enabled Networks

The emerging control hierarchy for SDN networks is converging towards a three-tier structure, striking a balance between the desire for faster innovation, a stable collaboration ecosystem, and the flexibility to replace building blocks in order to avoid vendor lock-in.

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