Evolve your peering to meet the needs of 5G and beyond
Your customers expect connections to work immediately. They don’t want slowdowns, buffering, and pixilation. You can exceed your customers’ expectations with a peering solution that’s designed to deliver real-time flow analytics and dynamic routing controls that use your network more efficiently and minimizes backhauled traffic.
Globally by 2022, 82% of all IP traffic (both business and consumer) will be IP video traffic and it is expected that 33% of service provider network capacity will be in metro areas1. This traffic strains already busy backhaul routes to aggregated peering points. Cisco Intelligent Peering focuses on localized peering to improve transit operations.
Bring content closer to your clients for less congestion and lower latency.
Reduce the impacts of maintenance down time or outages with automatic traffic re-routing.
Lower CapEx through network optimization and reduced backhaul routes. Reduce OpEx through operations automation, analytics driven growth modeling, and a flexible consumption model for licensing.
Dynamically re-route traffic and reduce time to scale for localized demand growth.
Take advantage of live monitoring and alert groupings to quiet the network noise quickly, manage challenges, and prepare for the growth ahead.
A proven orchestration platform to perform specific peering tasks such as peer turn-up, peer modification, routing policy deployment, and control list deployment to multiple nodes.
Delivers rich analysis, visualization, and alerting on actionable network events to reduce the mean time it takes to identify and repair.
Peering fabric that uses high-density and low-footprint hardware requires much less space than older generation modular systems. It removes the need to use node pairing for these functions.
Explore IP network telemetry data types, their usage applications, and their configuration in peering environment software to detect network anomalies and provide meaningful insight into network behavior.
Peering is the glue that holds the Internet together. It facilitates the flow of data across networks. Find out more about the technical aspects of peering including peering history and current peering architectures in network, security, and telemetry.
See how regional media or cable hub routes can connect directly to local peering connections. By bypassing regional core aggregation sites, the routes can operate with a simplified control-plane with less power and memory resources, which saves the operator money.