Real World Solutions for Virtualized Networks
Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) is a carrier-led effort to move away from proprietary hardware, motivated by the desires to increase agility and enable faster service launches, and to reduce costs.
The Sandvine platform is 100% virtualized for SDN- and NFV-ready networks, and meets the scale, efficiency, and business objectives of communications service providers.
PTS Virtual Series: Breaking the Terabit Barrier
Sandvine, Dell®, and Intel®, using standards-based virtualization technologies, have achieved data plane performance scale and efficiency within a policy control virtual network function (VNF) that exceeds those of proprietary network appliances, with a performance benchmark achieving 1.1 Tbps of throughput.
Implementing Policy Control as a Virtual Network Function: Challenges and Considerations
Explore the challenges and considerations of implementing policy control functions in virtualized environments.
Breaking the Terabit Barrier: A One Terabit per Second Policy Control VNF
Learn how Sandvine, Dell, and Intel have achieved a major performance milestone: a single policy control virtual network function (VNF) that delivers 1.1 Tbps of data policy control throughput, with a compact rack-space footprint and exceptional power efficiency.
NFV.net: The NFV Leaders Forum
As a proud member of the NFV Leaders Forum, Sandvine is dedicated to fostering adoption of NFV and promoting best-of-breed implementations and practices in this area. Learn more >