Media CoverageJanuary 19, 2021
Disaggregation, the splitting of network elements into smaller parts, helps service providers break down their vertical service silos and enable the use of cheaper white box devices that work with other vendors’ software.
While disaggregation mainly focuses on separating the hardware from the network operating system (NOS) and then putting the NOS on white boxes, it can also include disaggregating the software itself in order to only deploy the software that’s needed on a device. In the latter instance, service providers are only paying for the pieces or elements of the software that they actually need.
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