As per CEO Sunil Khandekar, Nuage Networks, Finnish gear maker Nokia’s Software-defined Networking (SDN) arm upheld by the quickly developing IP/Optical systems business, is in conversation with Tier-1 India telecom administrators for the implementation of SDN innovation in data centers to serve needs of large enterprises.
He also added that“The Software-defined Networking (SDN) market has reached a tipping point where it’s starting to go mainstream, which is why I’m here to meet some of these customers because we are seeing real traction,” This technology is in nacent stage in the Indian market. The deployment of the same can be seen in this year. Unquestionably, some exceptional key choices will be made for the current year by both enterprises and the service operators. Nokia has of late built up a procedure of serving non-telecom clients, which are big enterprise clients. Nuage is helping Nokia to take into account the requirements of these new clients, alongside the current telco clients.
Nuage has a group with more than 100 representatives, and is hyper-centered around the R&D (innovative work). Nokia gives sales, presales and post sales, alongside integrated administrations, training, accreditation and the worldwide impression. “Nokia sees Nuage as the gateway to the non-telco as the enterprise business,” Khandekar mentioned
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk