SDN and NFV for the Next-generation WAN

An Insight into Orange Business Services Easy Go Offering

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Enterprise networks are increasingly challenged by the static nature of WAN as they need to keep up with the scalability and flexibility of cloud infrastructure, ever-increasing bandwidth and enterprise mobility requirements. Leading NSPs globally are incorporating software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) into their network transformation strategies to overcome the mounting burden on their networks. In this report, we l provide an overview of SDN and NFV technologies, their benefits to the market, and outline how Orange is leveraging SDN and NFV architectures to offer improved network services.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. What is SDN and NFV?
3. Benefits of SDN and NFV for Enterprises
4. Orange’s Network Transformation Initiatives in 2016
5. Easy Go Network: Orange’s Network-as-a-Service Solution
6. The Last Word
7. Legal Disclaimer
8. The Frost & Sullivan Story

List of Figures & Charts

1. WAN Services Market: SDN Architecture, Global, 2016
2. WAN Services Market: Orange’s Easy Go Network Architecture, Global, 2016

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