SRv6 service chaining proxy deployment at Bell Canada
Using SRv6 and P4 Programmable networks to reduce service costs at the Network Edge
MPLSWC22 joint session: NoviFlow, Bell Canada and Lanner Electronics
In this presentation Bell Canada, NoviFlow and Lanner show how SRv6 and a P4 programmable switch fabric can reduce carrier network services costs by up to 90%, footprint by 75%, and power consumption by as much as 66% and thus facilitate a cost effective migration of latency sensitive applications to the network edge. Including actual network deployment experiences.
Authors: Jesper Eriksson, VP Product Management at NoviFlow, Daniel Bernier, Technical Director at Bell Canada and Sven Freudenfeld, CTO Telecom Application Business Unit, Lanner Electronics
NoviFlow’s NoviFabric SRv6 service chaining proxy mentioned by multiple key players in the SRv6 world, including Bell Canada and Cisco Read more here.
Originally presented at the MPLS, SD & AI Net World Congress 2022 in Paris.
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