NFV (Network Function Virtualization)

///NFV (Network Function Virtualization)
NFV (Network Function Virtualization) 2018-05-02T06:06:27+00:00

NFV (Network Function Virtualization)

NFV (Network Function Virtualization)  defines an approach to run Network Functions as software applications in a virtualized environment on general purpose hardware.

With NFV, the network functions are developed as stand-alone software applications called Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs). They are designed to run on a general purpose off-the-shelf hardware platform.

Traditionally, the network functions have been implemented as integrated products supplied by equipment vendors. The vendor supplies the full package- specialized hardware, operating system and software applications. The software only works with the vendor’s proprietary purpose-built hardware.

Motivation for NFV

Today’s network is primarily built with equipment from multiple vendors and purpose built hardware dedicated to a specific function. Consequently, managing and scaling the capacity for the needed performance is one of the key operational challenges.

The vision of network virtualization is to look at these network functions in a new light with virtualization in mind to help with these operational challenges.

NFV relies on virtualization. However, removing the dependency on vendor-specific hardware is a great benefit in terms of CapEx savings.

The NFV infrastructure (NFVI) has an elastic computing function that enables dynamic allocation of resources, if desired, for specific functions. The ultimate benefit is delivery of agile services by a platform or network cloud equally as agile, to accommodate the services’ needs. This enables dynamic expansion of capacity and simplifies network functions.

Benefits of NFV

  1. OPEX Saving
  2. Reduced Site Visits and Agility from Automation
  3. Energy
  4. Real Estate
  5. Deliver better User Experience
  6. CAPEX Saving
  7. Commoditized Hardware
  8. Resource Sharing
  9. Technology Integration
  10. Works in harmony with SDN and open stack
  11. Expanded Vendor Ecosystem
  12. Hardware Independence
  13. APIs
  14. Reduced time to Market
  15. Rapid Testing
  16. Automated and Rapid deployment
  17. Quicker Response to traffic Growth

For interesting posts related to 5G and 4G technology, you can follow our FacebookLinkedIn page.

For job vacancy updates, you can check our Indeed profile.

Telecom training, Telecommunication courses, Telecom courses, Telecom certifications, Telecom courses for engineers, Telecom training institute, Telecom training institute Delhi, Telecom training institute Lucknow, Telecom training institute Bangalore, Telecom training institute Bihar, Summer training in telecom, Internship for Telecommunication, Telecom courses in Delhi, Telecom jobs in Delhi, Telecom Certification courses, Telecom services, Telecom companies, Telecom Company in Delhi, Telecom provides, Telecom Vendors

Toggle Sliding Bar Area