Carrier Grade Disaggregated IP/MPLS
A unified solution integrating ExaNOS with Broadcom DNX-based white box hardware
Are You Facing These Challenges When Growing Your Network?
- Are you frustrated by vendor lock-in?
- Do you feel like you’re overpaying for incumbent vendor products?
- Are you tired of dealing with complex and expensive software licensing schemes?
- Are you worried about making the correct purchasing decision?
Next Generation NOS
ExaNOS is a carrier grade, cloud based network operating system that opens a new world of possibilities. Choose a routing solution that exactly fits your requirements and budget.
With a programmable interface to connect applications with the network, ExaNOS is a field-proven, high-scale, full-blown IP/MPLS NOS for access, aggregation, edge/PE, and network peering applications.
Our innovative, cloud based software architecture scales from 300G to 1,300T, with a wide range of features and protocols needed by today’s service providers.
How the Process Works
Scalable & Flexible Carrier Grade Solution
Select an application
Purchase a certified application specific Exaware integrated solution
Add 3rd Party Applications
By onboarding new services and simplifying operations you can generate both incremental revenues and cost savings. 3rd party applications, such as telemetry, 5G service assurance, DDoS mitigation, and PON access systems can coexist with ExaNOS.
Because simplicity is key to operational efficiency, ExaNOS includes an Open API (NETCONF/YANG), which enables automation and lifecycle management.
In addition, ExaNOS includes a state-of-the-art policy language, and a common programmability for Control Plane and Data Plane Policies (Routing Protocol, ACL, QoS), giving you a powerful, yet simplified interface for advanced configuration.
Carrier Grade Disaggregated IP/MPLS Routing Solutions
Features of Exaware's Disaggregated Routing Products
Built for carriers since inception, ran in large Tier-1 production networks for several years
Innovative, distributed CLOS network architecture for a fully redundant and massively scalable core, up to 1,300T
Scale out easily, ExaNOS supports both stackable and cluster topologies to ensure scalability based on network demands
Unified Software platform
Rich feature set to meet service provider requirements, single NOS from access to core for simplified operations
Pay as you grow
Add capacity only as needed and save upfront investment wisely with ExaNOS
Cloud-based software architecture
Microservices architecture, control plane and data plane separation for maximum performance and reliability
Openness & Rich Ecosystem
Enables 3rd party applications to run alongside ExaNOS, such as DDoS mitigation, telemetry, BGP peering performance monitoring, and more
From up front investment (chassis) to pay-as-you-grow, break the chains of vendor lock-in
Learn how an Exaware disaggregated networking solution WILL UNLOCK YOUR NETWORK AND SAVE YOU MONEY
Information from Exaware
What Are Open Network Operating Systems?
Disaggregated networking first became prevalent in large data centers. Hugely scalable chipsets in white box hardware enabled open networking and the separation of hardware and software in telecom networks. Cloud-based gaming, augmented reality, virtual reality, and the IoT are accelerating the adoption of disaggregated networking solutions.
Edgecore Networks Partners with Exaware and FONEX to Deliver an Open Multi-Service OLT Access Router Using Tibit Transceivers
Carriers gain a cost-saving solution for access routers to provide “Broadband for All”
Exaware Disaggregated Solutions for Network Peering Validated at TIP Community Lab
Carriers can perform real-world proof-of-concept tests at the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) lab in London, UK.
The Benefits of Internet Peering for Carriers and End Users
Using disaggregated systems for network peering provides several advantages to carriers, including cost savings of up to 50% over traditional solutions. In addition to other performance improvements carriers gain with network peering applications, end users also benefit from improved network performance.