UfiSpace Joins the Broadband Forum to Foster Open and Disaggregated Networking Innovations
New Taipei, Taiwan, February, 15, 2022 -- UfiSpace, the leading provider of open disaggregated networking solutions, has announced its participation in the Broadband Forum. As a principal member UfiSpace joins the likes of AT&T, Telefonica, Vodafone , and other service providers to accelerate broadband application and service innovations, open standards and ecosystem development.
"Disaggregation of telecom infrastructure is no longer just a trend, but a proven way to reduce cost and spur innovation," says Vincent Ho, CEO of UfiSpace. "The Broadband Forum brings together the world's foremost broadband innovators and UfiSpace is looking forward to our collaboration together to bring well-tested, ready-to-deploy, and economical solutions to service providers."
UfiSpace will focus on broadband and mobile access abstraction and will be contributing its disaggregated router and switching platforms to the Broadband Forum Work Areas and interoperability labs.
"As operators look to fully capitalize from cloud technologies, and deliver more effective service offerings, UfiSpace played a key role in our CloudCO demonstrations last year helping to enable a truly virtualized disaggregated multi-vendor network," Broadband Forum Managing Director Ken Ko said. "We are delighted to welcome UfiSpace into the Broadband Forum and look forward to its continued contribution in our Access and Transport Architecture Work Area and OB-BAA project."
Prior to the announcement, UfiSpace has already been a contributor to the Broadband Forum, offering its open broadband network gateways (Open BNG) for the CloudCO 2021 interoperability demonstration of dynamic session steering, conducted in collaboration with system integrator Reply, service providers BT, TIM , and Vodafone and engineers from Altice Labs, Capgemini Engineering, Broadcom, EANTC, Nokia, VMWare and UNH InterOperability Lab.
UfiSpace is a leading provider for end-to-end 5G networking solutions for telecommunication companies, cloud service providers and data centers. Through passion, dedication, and engineering excellence, our innovative 5G technologies has led to worldwide deployments of our disaggregated cell site gateway routers (DCSG) and the world's first Distributed Disaggregated Chassis (DDC) routing system for a disaggregated IP/MPLS backbone. With a vertically integrating supply chain, we deliver high quality and cost-effective open networking solutions with the goal of accelerating industry growth and lowering the costs of 5G deployments for our customers. To keep updated with UfiSpace's latest activities please follow us on LinkedIn.
About Broadband Forum
Broadband Forum is the communications industry' s leading open standards development organization focused on accelerating broadband innovation, standards, and ecosystem development. Our members' passion – delivering on the promise of broadband by enabling smarter and faster broadband networks and a thriving broadband ecosystem.
Broadband Forum is an open, non-profit industry organization composed of the industry 's leading broadband operators, vendors, thought leaders who are shaping the future of broadband, and observers who closely track our progress. Its work to date has been the foundation for broadband 's global proliferation and innovation. For example, the Forum 's flagship TR-069 CPE WAN Management Protocol has nearly 1 billion installations worldwide.
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