Carrier Grade Disaggregated IP/MPLS
Network Peering Solutions
Reduce cost and increase flexibility when exchanging traffic with cloud, data center, transport, and internet peering off-net partners
Are You Facing These Challenges with Network Peering?
- Do you feel like you’re overpaying for incumbent vendor products?
- Are network expansion costs impacting profits?
- Are you frustrated by vendor lock-in?
- Are you worried about making the correct purchasing decision?
- Are you concerned about impacting network reliability?
Gain the Scale and High Availability Required to Support Internet Traffic
Service providers must equip their customers with a connection to the internet. This connection, including its routing equipment, has a significant impact on overall network costs.
Network peering enables two or more networks to connect and exchange traffic directly. It also ensures access to global content for all customers on the network in the most cost-effective way according to the service provider requirements and network topology.
Exaware’s modern software architecture provides both the scale and the high availability required for internet traffic.
From 800 G upwards, Exaware provides both redundant and non-redundant peering solutions, which allow you to finely control your traffic in and out, while keeping your costs always under control. Additionally, the network operating system, ExaNOS, includes a wealth of features to efficiently handle the complexities of BGP internet peering.
Exaware Carrier Grade Solutions for Network Peering
Exaware supports most any access, aggregation, edge, or network peering application.
Supported Use Cases for Network Peering
IP Transit Peering
Direct access to a large service provider (Tier 1) whose network is connected to other global networks
Public IXP Peering
Connections through Internet eXchange Points (IXP), organizations that provide a public connection between two or more networks, enabling the free exchange of traffic between networks
Connecting a host or computer network to more than one network
Two networks exchanging significant traffic outside an IXP
Benefits of Exaware's Solutions for Network Peering
- By moving peering from core connectivity to the edge/access network, traffic stays closer to consumers and content
- Reduces backhaul and transit costs, increases performance, and reduces latency
- Options for redundant and non-redundant peering solutions to fit your network topology and budget
- Support for 3rd party applications at the peering point such as DDoS mitigation
Carrier Grade Disaggregated IP/MPLS Network Peering Solutions
Features of Exaware's Solutions for Network Peering
- Scalable to millions of IP addresses and BGP paths (FIB 3 Million and RIB 15 Million)
- Full internet address conversion in under 2 minutes (21K prefixes/second)
- 300 iBGP, 100 eBGP peers
- L2 services support for off-net connectivity peering
- MPLS core and provider edge functionality
- On board support for hosting 3rd party applications (DFPP)
- Combines all carrier hotel peering and partner connectivity functions into a single device
- Cost effective entry level routers
- Up to 4 T in a single device
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.