Saisei Networks Soft Launches NFV and SDN Product at ONF in Santa Clara

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Saisei introduces virtualized Internet Traffic Manager.

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We're a software company that produces software defined network appliances. Our virtual VP of Hardware Engineering is Intel and AMD.

Saisei Networks Inc. announced a new Virtualized Internet Traffic Management product at the ONS (Open Networking Summit) in Santa Clara this week. The product is a software only product that Saisei Networks says has customers waiting for it in markets worldwide.

The product offerers a software only alternative to network appliances that previously required proprietary hardware to achieve. Utilizing commercially available hardware, the product can run on almost any x86 platform and achieve the same or better results of competitors proprietary hardware solutions. "We're a software company that produces software defined network appliances", said Dave Newman, Saisei Networks Chief Operating Officer. "Our virtual VP of Hardware Engineering is Intel and AMD and we are happy Saisei can focus our attention and talents on maximizing their hardware developments while exploiting our own software capabilities and experience building world class networking software."

A product that enables network operators to manage network resources using application, user and quality of experience polices enables operators to meet the growing demands for network capacity that aren't necessarily tied to revenue growth.

Although Saisei Networks hasn't published great details on their software developments to date, they are saying their product includes application awareness and has per-flow network visibility and control required in many network operator deployments.

Saisei Networks develops and distributes software based virtual appliances to network operators of any size, from hundreds of users to millions of users. The Saisei Networks virtual appliances gives operators control and visibility of the use of their network resources to ensure the highest availability and quality of WAN and cloud network resources.

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