SAN MATEO, Calif. (PRWEB) April 26, 2018
Mettle Networks joins Intel Network Builders Ecosystem Partner Program as part of focusing on SDN/NFV. This program by Intel provides network product and service vendors to showcase and market their products to the global telecom market to help them embrace SDN/NFV solutions.
Enormous data consumption is predicted in the mobile and wireline broadband networks over the next three years. To cope with this, industry looks forward to Software Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization (SDN/NFV) as a means to build scalable industry standard infrastructure. SDN/NFV will offer service providers a flexible solution path by reducing opex and capex for purchasing and maintaining network equipment while driving flexibility into service delivery.
Based on Intel technology, Mettle Networks develops high performance dataplane products for service delivery specific use-cases for the service provider markets. "Its microservice-based systems are designed from the ground up to be part of cloud-native infrastructure. To meet the growing demands of FTTH and 5G networks, Mettle Networks’ NFV products provide at-par or better packet throughput performance, in certain cases, compared to capex-intensive, purpose-built appliances." Says Raj Sukumaran, Co-founder and Executive Vice President, Technology.
Partnering with Intel in its Network Builder ecosystem will provide Mettle Networks with technical engagement and collaboration with Intel to best use Intel technology to meet the needs of telecom and service provider customers.
About Mettle Networks
Mettle Networks is an IP Networking products company. With its disruptive products based on SDN/NFV and programmable networking it helps telecos to fast track their transformation from a technology-focused model to a more user-centric service delivery model. Mettle Networks' SDN/NFV products will be available to telecom companies across the globe that are fast adopting transformation.
Mettle Networks is headquartered in San Mateo, California, USA with R&D and Product Support Center at Technopark, Trivandrum, India.