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148/152 route de la Reine

Boulogne-Billancourt, 92100


Phone: 33 1 55 14 10 10


service providers. The following are some of its key areas of focus and investment in 2015: NSP: The company offers the NSP, a carrier SDN-based software platform that would allow communication service providers to deliver on-demand network services. 7750 Service Router: The company offers a portfolio of IP/MPLS edge routers to deliver its IP/MPLS networks with a range of platforms. Virtualized Services Platform (VSP): Nuage Networks, the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, is delivering a SDN solution to eliminate key data center network constraints that hinder cloud services adoption. The Nuage Networks VSP enables cloud providers, large enterprises and service providers to virtualize and automate networks in accordance with established policies in order to provide secure connectivity to multiple users. The company also offers Virtualized Networks Services (VNS) solution, which would help enterprises and service providers extend the benefits of SDN to branch locations anywhere. VSR: The company offers a portfolio of virtualized IP edge routing applications for deployment in NFV environments. The VSR enables rapid service innovation, extends service reach, opens new markets, and accelerates time to market for its customers. Core Router Platform: The company created advanced features for the 7950 Extensible Routing System, a next-generation core IP router designed to help service providers address the growth of data traffic on core networks. Enhanced IP Edge Routing Features: The company continues to develop advanced features for its IP edge routers, such as policy and subscriber management, advanced video delivery, carrier Wi-Fi, security, and datacenter interconnect. Mobile Backhaul: The company expanded its IP mobile backhaul portfolio to address the requirements of deploying mobile backhaul for small cell networks while, at the same time, ensuring backhaul management and operations across the 3G (third generation) or 4G (fourth generation)/LTE (long-term evolution) mobile network. Mobile Packet Core: The company’s mobile packet core solution supports LTE Evolved Packet Core (EPC) and next-generation 2G (second generation)/3G/3G+ packet core functionality to deliver mobile traffic across all wireless technologies. In 2015, the company delivered to market a virtualized evolved Packet Core (vEPC) product suite including virtualized mobile gateways and virtualized mobility management. The company’s service routers and carrier Ethernet service switches share a single network management system that provides consistency of features, quality of service, and operations, administration and maintenance capabilities - from the network core to the customer edge. These capabilities are critical as service providers transform their networks to support new types of IP-based services. The company’s service routers enable service providers to deliver personalized services to business, residential, and mobile users. IP Transport The company’s IP Transport division designs equipment for the transmission of high-speed data through fiber optic connections. The division focuses on terrestrial optical equipment for land (terrestrial) and undersea (submarine), for short distances in metropolitan and regional areas, and for traffic aggregation of fixed and mobile multi-service networks. The company’s major transport portfolio also includes microwave wireless transmission equipment. Terrestrial Optics The company’s terrestrial optical products offer a portfolio designed to support service growth from the metro access to the network core. With its products, carriers could manage voice, data, and video traffic patterns based on different applications or platforms. They could introduce various managed data services that include multiple service quality capabilities, variable service rates and traffic congestion management. Primarily, these products allow carriers to leverage their existing network infrastructure to offer new services and to support ultra-broadband services. The company’s wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) products address various markets, from the enterprise to the ultra-long-haul,


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