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Anuta Networks Expands Global Presence with New Partners and Significant Enhancements in Data Modeling

Anuta Networks, the industry’s first provider of network services virtualization solutions, today announced broader customer support with additional worldwide partners in key markets, through its NCX solution, an industry-first software solution designed to deliver agile and secure SDN benefits for large enterprises and service provider networks. In addition, significant enhancements are now available in data modeling with support for YANG language.

Also announced today, NTT-AT, an independent company among NTT group, has partnered with Anuta Networks to further provide broad coverage of network-based services and solutions for its enterprise customers. More details on the announcement is available here: http://www.ntt-at.co.jp/news/2014/detail/release140610.html

NTT-AT and Anuta Networks will be presenting the NCX solution at Interop Tokyo 2014, where it has been chosen as the finalist of Best of Show Award in Enterprise Class Networking Solutions.

Anuta Networks is also expanding coverage in key Latin American markets of Brazil, Argentina and Chile, with partners in the region to support customer deployments.

Key Enhancements:

  • NCX will support IETF YANG based data models. IETF standard YANG specified by RFC 6020 is a data modeling language used to model configuration and state data manipulated by the network configuration protocol (NETCONF), NETCONF remote procedure calls, and NETCONF notifications.
  • Orchestration for service provider technologies such as VPLS, Pseudowire, and MPLS technologies.
  • Enhanced orchestration for routing protocols like BGP, RIP, OSPF, ISIS.
  • Integration and support for OpenStack IceHouse release.

“Customers, especially service providers are looking for standardized interfaces and data models and there is a growing adoption for YANG based data models,” said Srini Beereddy, CTO of Anuta Networks. “NCX support for YANG enables customers and partners to develop device packages with a standard data modeling language, and also allows them to write applications using the standard data modeling languages instead of relying on vendor specific ones.”

Product Availability

Anuta NCX is generally available now, and licensed based on per VM or per device depending on deployment model. YANG data model support is available in Q3’2014. For more information, visit www.anutanetworks.com/NCX

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