Exceed your customers’ expectations with open source NFV infrastructure.

Your business results are what matter and truly open source systems together with NFV and SDN can help you to succeed. Imagine if your customers could choose their network services online and they were delivered in just minutes. Cisco has expanded their collaboration with Red Hat to help you do just that. 

Cisco introduced their NFV infrastructure (NFVI) aiming to meet and even exceed customer expectations. The real key to delivering applications and services faster is to simplify and automate service provider operations and business processes. Cisco NFVI provides a robust solution with carrier grade performance, availability, and security features to help you deliver those services at cloud scale.

Cisco NFV Infrastructure, powered by Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, combines industry-leading hardware and software to form a pre-integrated and validated NFV infrastructure that is reliable, easy, and fast to deploy. The automated lifecycle management of Cisco NFVI can help you lower your network total cost of ownership by 40 percent.

“This solution is another step in delivering on our strategy for an open, modular and expandable network architecture,” says Gee Rittenhouse, senior vice president and general manager of Cisco’s Cloud and Virtualization group. “We are committed to working together with our partners, including Red Hat, to help our service provider customers embrace the network transformation towards virtualization, by deploying the right foundation to successfully deploy virtualized network functions.”

Many service providers are taking advantage of open source innovations with multi-vendor, hardware and software platforms to help them deliver amazing new customer experiences. Make sure you take time to join Cisco and Red Hat at Mobile World Congress to learn more about how you can become part of this exciting journey.

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