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Delta Demonstrates Continuous and Broader Participation in Interoperability Test at MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress 2019
Delta Joins EVPN & NETCONF/YANG test cases in EANTC's 2019 Multi-vendor Interoperability Test, together with IP Infusion and BISDN, verifying Disaggregation Model in CSP transport network
Dedicated to facilitating industry transition by disaggregation approach, Delta provides open network switches based on Broadcom’s DNX and XGS asic series, which greatly reshape CSP’s CAPEX and OPEX structure of NFVI from access, aggregation to core. Along with AGC7648 platform, Delta is also introducing the AGC9080S, a Jericho 2 ASIC-based platform aimed at carrier transport application as well as the AGCV208S, a Qumran AX ASIC based platform selected by TIP’s DCSG project for further trials.
Providing comment on joining EANTC’s EVPN and NETCONF/YANG test cases, Milo Tseng, director of Delta’s DNIBU for Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA), emphasized: “Successfully joining EANTC’s test is a great achievement that proves interoperability with other leading brand network solutions. Apart from this, it has already impressed the market with its combination of scalability, performance and flexibility, and provides a big leap in the movement toward the disaggregation model in CSP networks. We encourage visitors to join MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress 2019 and visit Delta at its booth to see for themselves how our platforms are ideas for those looking to adopt the disaggregation model.”
Currently, Delta is expanding its platforms to offer and deliver higher bandwidth and richer features, ranging from 100GbE to 400GbE connectivity, while delivering more flexible programmability through Broadcom’s SDK, which has been developed specifically for CSP.
MPLS + SDN + NFV World Congress 2019 is organized by EANTC, from 9-12 April 2019 at the Marriott Conference Center, Paris. Delta’s stand is located at Booth No. 310.
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