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Nokia Launches World's First Multiterabit Network Processor

  • ID: 4382893
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 5 pages
  • Ovum
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Introduction:

On June 14, 2017, Nokia launched the FP4, a new 2.4Tbps network processor unit (NPU) for Nokia's 7750 and 7950 router portfolios. The FP4-enabled 7750 and 7950 have been designed to address the needs of both communications service providers (CSPs) and internet content providers (ICPs).

Highlights:
  • For the CSPs, Nokia is delivering scale, security, and investment protection with a seamless upgrade path for the installed base. For the ICPs, Nokia is delivering cloud-scale economics, a data center chassis, and an invaluable second source to counter Broadcom's growing hegemony.
  • Nokia's ability to combine Deepfield analytics, FP4 NPU-based cards, and NSP will give it a leading role in carriers' packet networks and ICPs' core networks.
Features and benefits:
  • Evaluates how Nokia protects carrier and ICP investments.
  • Identifies key security features of Nokia's new routing hardware and software solutions.
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Publisher's view
  • Summary
  • BT provided a resounding endorsement for FP4
  • Designed for the ICP community
  • Security for an IoT, always-on world
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