The partnership, announced at the OpenStack Summit, will see the two companies assist in enabling CSPs to provide better reliability. Additionally, Helion OpenStack will be offered with integrated Wind River technologies.
“CSPs want the benefits of cloud computing, while meeting their rigorous reliability, performance and management requirements,” Saar Gillai, SVP and COO, HP Cloud and GM of NFV for HP, said in a press release.
“HP and Wind River are collaborating to provide a fully integrated and supported HP Helion cloud solution for carrier grade NFV, enabling CSPs to leverage the agility that the over-the-top providers possess. We will also work together to enhance OpenStack technology to help ensure it evolves to meet carrier grade specifications.”
Using cloud technology, companies can shift to network and app virtualization. This cuts down on service delivery time while reducing operating costs. Carriers and CSPs then obtain service through Linux and kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) hypervisors along with OpenStack Control Plane as add-ons.
The accelerated vSwitch for NFV workload allows subscribers to maximize server and system topology for enhanced virtual network function (VNF). The workload is then scheduled using standards-based APIs without compromising network security.
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