Disaggregated Routers for Internet Peering with Exaware

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Barry McGinley (EPS), Ben Afshari (Exaware)

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Why does disaggregated routing make sense for internet peering? Internet peering is a critical component of every telecom network, connecting its users with the wider world and providing access to global content for all customers on the network. Having reliable hardware, powered by a robust and scalable software Operating System such as ExaNOS is key to ensuring a fully functional internet peering system. While incumbent network equipment manufacturers insist on you purchasing high-end, expensive routers for peering, the transition to disaggregation offers you a cost-effective alternative, allowing for the use of entry level whitebox routers, with the capability to hold peering traffic at scale.
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