Anuta Networks, a provider of network virtualization solutions, recently announced the availability of its Network Services Controller (NCX) Enterprise platform, designed to deliver secure software defined network (SDN) benefits medium to large enterprise campus, branch, retail and data center networks.
The new network solution is designed to address the growing operational complexity in IT organizations of all sizes. Anuta explained that it addresses various types of challenges associated with BYOD, mobility and virtualization technologies.
NCX Enterprise leverages both physical and virtual devices, across multi-vendor network infrastructures. It offers enterprise organizations and managed service providers (MSPs) a single network services orchestration solution to helps them enable cost savings and higher business efficiencies.
An important advantage of NCX Enterprise is its ability to automate existing network infrastructures while integrating with self-service portals through REST APIs. The NCX controller is deployed in the data center while the NCX remote agents are geographically spread and deployed closer to the network infrastructure.
“We’re very excited to solve key enterprise challenges with a comprehensive SDN solution to deliver self-served network services across multiple architectures,” said Chandu Guntakala, founder, president and CEO of Anuta Networks, in a statement.
Guntakala added, “We’re confident that our new NCX Enterprise changes the game of application delivery, campus, branch and retail networks, user and application policy management to drive the network for real services and business value.”
University of British Columbia, one of Canada’s top three universities, is one of the customers currently using the NCX Enterprise solution. With an IT network supporting approximately 75,000 users, the university has chosen to leverage Anuta’s network services virtualization architecture to help deliver highly scalable, next generation network services.
Specifically, the university is using the solution to automate service orchestration for a L2-L7 multi-vendor network. This gives controlled flexibility to all needed departments and improves user satisfaction, all while resulting in significant Opex savings.
Edited by Blaise McNamee