Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Aria Networks awarded first key SDN/NFV patent

ENGLAND, UK: Chippenham-based Aria Networks has been awarded a patent for ground-breaking technology that enables the effective optimisation of multi-layer networks. The patent has been granted in the US and international coverage is pending.

The patent supports Aria Networks’ Generic Routing Engine (GRE), an artificial intelligence (AI) methodology for modelling networks, data centres and complex Cloud-based services. Aria Network’s GRE enables the routing of traffic through multi-layer networks including IP, Optical, RAN, SDH, MPLS-TE, LSPs and any combination of the above.

The GRE determines optimum paths through any network with multiple layers, describing how the network reacts to failure scenarios, as well as resource addition, modification or removal by fully utilizing virtualisation technology. This enables Aria Networks to create a software defined model that optimises any mobile or fixed network; data centre or Cloud service, even if the network is made up of a combination of different technologies.

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