A Disaggregated, Pay-as-You-Grow Core Backbone Architecture


When building a flexible and robust core backbone network, service providers often face challenges such as budget constraints, underutilized equipment, management and keeping pace with innovation.

The Distributed Disaggregated Chassis (DDC) is a routing system that breaks up the traditional monolithic chassis routing system into standalone and manageable white boxes, providing multiple levels of redundancy and the capability to implement a pay-as-you-grow model for growth. The DDC also streamlines maintenance, provides unprecedented scalability, and reduces the total cost of ownership of the core backbone.

In this solution brief, we introduce UfiSpace’s S9700 series of open core routers and explain how they can bring scalability, flexibility and agility to the core backbone network by enabling the implementation of a DDC routing system. 

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