To support consumer demand for gigabit services, cable operators are embarking on one of the most significant network transformations in decades. Operators are re-architecting their network to support a fiber deep, distributed access architecture. While the systems being deployed today are designed to integrate into existing DOCSIS back offices, little consideration has been given to how to transition to a virtualized, Software Defined Network.
Join Calix and Light Reading in discussing “How Microservice Architecture and Virtualization Can Make Legacy Access Systems SDN-Ready”
Date / Time: Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 12:00 p.m. New York / 5:00 p.m. London
The cost to integrate new technologies with existing OSS systems often hinders true network transformation.
Don’t let the solution you’ve deployed today become the legacy headache of tomorrow.
What is AXOS DPX?
AXOS DPx is the industry’s first virtualized DOCSIS microservice connector for seamless integration, management and control of anyPHY™ into a cable operator’s back office system.
How does it work?
With common YANG models and native Netconf and Openflow interfaces across all Calix AXOS based systems, DPx provides operators a simple and straight forward path to Software Defined Access - dramatically reducing operational costs and network complexity.
Clearing the Path to Unified Access.
DPx unlocks the door to a new world of technology choices and best of breed solutions for cable operators. Consider the possibilities of having DOCSIS 3.1 co-exist with P2P Ethernet, 10G EPON, NG-PON2, G.hn, and MEF CE 2.0 CPE solutions. DPx provides operators the ability to begin the journey toward unified, intelligent, Software Defined Access.
Calix expert, Sachin Vasudeva, discusses the benefits of Calix’s revolutionary approach to container based connectors based on a microservice architecture.
Calix expert, Phil Fine, talks about the industry’s first virtualized DOCSIS connector for PON.