Flash Networks joins Juniper Networks SDN Technology Partner Program
Sep 27, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Flash Networks has joined Juniper Networks SDN Technology Partner Program and will integrate its Harmony Mobile Internet Services Gateway with Juniper Networks' Contrail, a network virtualization and intelligence solution for software-defined networks, or SDN.
"Flash Networks' Harmony solutions support deployments in a virtualized network environment, enabling mobile operators to accelerate, optimize, and monetize their data traffic with increased network flexibility and scalability at a lower total cost of ownership," said Liam Galin, President and CEO of Flash Networks.
"Flash Networks is committed to delivering the best possible performance to our customers, and Juniper's Contrail pioneering open standards-based IP solution for network as a service (NaaS) will allow us to deliver Harmony on mobile operators' cloud-based networks even more efficiently and cost effectively."
"Integrating Contrail with Harmony's optimization and monetization capabilities will help customers speed service deployment by creating dynamic and automated service chains," said Aruna Ravichandran, vice president, marketing and strategy, Software Solutions Division at Juniper Networks.
"Flash Networks will be able to leverage the simplicity of Contrail to offer their solutions in a highly scalable and fully virtualized manner."
Together with Juniper, Flash Networks will be able to provide mobile operators with agile and user-targeted service introduction. These services include optimization, acceleration, and overlay insertion pre-integrated with standard SDN/NFV-based technologies that are able to run on off-the-shelf hardware. This reduces the complexity, costs, and lead-times linked with service provisioning resources.
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