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AT&T updates on its disaggregation journey

Media CoverageJanuary 27, 2023

AT&T updates on its disaggregation journey

AT&T just provided an update on its network function disaggregation progress by publishing a blog authored by Mike Satterlee, its vice president of network core infrastructure services. He noted that the initial rollout of disaggregated core routing technology began in 2020, as reported by TelecomTV at the time, followed swiftly by the introduction of virtualised edge routing functionality using the same underlying white box hardware (but with different software).

And now, according to AT&T, 52% of its core transport network traffic is running via its disaggregated routing platform. “Being entrusted with AT&T’s core network traffic – and delivering on our performance, reliability and service availability commitments to AT&T– demonstrates our solution’s strengths in meeting the needs of the most demanding service providers in the world,” said Ido Susan, founder and CEO of DriveNets.

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