NETANYA, Israel, April 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Exaware, a leading provider of disaggregated routing solutions, announced today that it has added disaggregated cell-site routing capabilities to its network operating system, ExaNOS. The disaggregated cell-site routing capabilities will be released to the market during the third quarter of 2019 and will support white-boxes from leading vendors that are based on Broadcom StrataDNX Qumran-AX/UX chipsets.
ExaNOS is the first high-scale best-in-class network operating system (NOS) for disaggregated routing. ExaNOS provides a full routing solution to fixed and mobile telecom service providers, enabling them to deploy the low-cost disaggregated router model across all parts of the network.
Exaware is a member of the Telecom Infra Project (TIP), whose goal is to accelerate the pace of innovation in the telecom industry. Exaware supports the TIP's efforts to promote disaggregated cell-site gateways solution.
"ExaNOS has been designed since inception with the end game in mind – being able to provide a massive-scalable routing solution that does not compromise on stability and reliability," said Ronen Hovav, Chief Business Officer of Exaware. "ExaNOS is one of the very few NOS solutions which has run on live carrier networks and its performance has been praised by our customers. Our participation in the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) is strategic. We believe that TIP projects, such as disaggregated cell site gateways, will largely benefit from ExaNOS."
ExaNOS works on white-box models that are based on Broadcom StrataDNX chipset, from leading vendors including Delta Networks and Edgecore. As a result, Exaware customers have the flexibility to choose the best hardware solution according to their specific needs. ExaNOS is a robust system that enables Exaware customer to meet their technical and business challenges.
Exaware is a leading provider of carrier-grade network operating systems for mobile and fixed telecom service providers. Founded in 2007 (as Compass Networks) and headquartered in Israel, Exaware has redefined routing software that is engineered specifically for carrier networks. With incredible scale potential and unprecedented rich features, Exaware's open NOS software is ported to low-cost white-box equipment. With extensive experience in real-world applications, the Exaware team of world-class software developers and network engineers has developed best-in-class open NOS software that is set to revolutionize the telecom routing market. For more information, visit www.exaware.com.