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Wind River, China Mobile collaborate on NFV

Posted: 04 Mar 2015     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Network functions virtualisation  open source 

Additionally, China Mobile and Wind River have developed a C-RAN solution for NFV deployment. The joint solution delivers a live demonstration of a successful C-RAN that provides near-native hardware performance and live migration of L1 to L3, and that follows the requirements of the ETSI NFV Industry Standards Group. The solution will also be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress 2015, and features Wind River Titanium Server technologies running on an Intel Xeon processor-based server with a dedicated hardware accelerator.

"With Wind River's help, we successfully developed an industry-first virtualised C-RAN base station base band processing unit (BBU) pool prototype that supports dynamic full carrier live migration while satisfying the stringent real-time requirement of a complete LTE protocol stack," said Dr. Chih-Lin I, chief scientist at China Mobile Research Institute.

By using Titanium Server as their NFV infrastructure platform, customers may enjoy both the rapid service deployment of enterprise networks coupled with the carrier grade uptime and reliability typically mandated by telecom networks. Based on technologies using open standards including carrier grade Wind River Linux, real-time Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), carrier grade plugins for OpenStack, Data Plane Development Kit, and accelerated vSwitch technologies, and optimised for Intel architecture, Titanium Server brings together high performance and carrier grade reliability.

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