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AT&T taps Cisco’s NOS for its move to the disaggregated IP edge

Media CoverageNovember 17, 2020

AT&T taps Cisco’s NOS for its move to the disaggregated IP edge

In September, AT&T acknowledged for the first time that DriveNets was providing the core-networking routing software for its next-gen core network. It’s noteworthy that Cisco got its foot in the door for the converged IP edge routing platform by providing its IOS-XR software. According to an AT&T spokesperson, the telco has had production traffic on its open disaggregated solution for about a  month with no reported anomalies.

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