Cut Costs, Boost Agility
The Cisco ONE programmable architecture offers a comprehensive solution for service providers. (Video - 3:12 min)
Benefits of Open Source
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What Cisco Open Network Environment Is
Cisco Open Network Environment (ONE) is a comprehensive solution to help networks become more open, programmable, and application-aware. The broad capabilities of Cisco ONE help meet the needs of numerous market segments, including emerging concepts such as software-defined networking (SDN).
Why It Matters
With the Cisco ONE approach, enterprises and service providers can:
- Simplify operations and reduce TCO by extending the capabilities of a proven infrastructure
- Deliver advanced applications and services for physical, virtual, and cloud environments with a fully integrated framework
- Make the network more agile and application-centric
Cisco ONE creates a dynamic feedback loop that gathers network intelligence and programs individual network layers to optimize user experiences. You can tailor the solution for any number of individual applications.
Cisco Supports OpenDaylight
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Cisco is a Member of Open Network Foundation
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How to Get Started
We are proving our concept with enterprise customers and service providers worldwide. We are developing use cases that deploy programmability in several places in the network to meet specific requirements.
- Network Functions Virtualization
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Increase Revenue and Flexibility
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