Monday, August 19, 2013

Active Broadband Adds Standard SDN Controller for Broadband Service Control

Active Broadband Networks announced that its "Dynamic Broadband Service Manager (DBSM) now incorporates software-defined networking (SDN) technologies that transform the delivery of broadband services. This new SDN controller solution allows network operators to easily deploy an intelligent, software-defined service layer for the common control and active management of broadband services across different types of access networks, including cable, DSL, FTTH and WiFi  .. The DBSM can manage and control subscriber traffic flows through any SDN-enabled network element that supports OpenFlow and IPFIX". 

See also a guest post by Stephen Collins, VP of Product Marketing and Business Development - "Usage-Based Service Management for Fixed-Line Broadband" - here.

See "Active Broadband Networks Unveils Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Controller for Transforming Broadband Service Management" - here.

1 comment:

  1. software-defined networking (SDN) can be more comfort and secure connection because you can control it. And it was not easy to hack.