EstiNet Technologies has taken another step in the SDN field by becoming an official ONF member.
Hsinchu, Taiwan (Dec. 9th 2013) – In order to advance into the global arena of software defined networking (SDN) and become a contributing member of the new protocol standard OpenFlow, EstiNet Technologies Inc. officially became a member of the Open Network Foundation.
EstiNet Technologies Inc. founded in 2011 with the goal of fulfilling growing demands from cloud and mobility applications. With the inherently unique demands from mobile users and ever increasing amounts of Big Data usage, the traditional network infrastructure must undergo a paradigm shift. At the start, EstiNet Technologies made a strategic goal of becoming the premier solutions provider to telecoms and enterprise markets in the revolutionary SDN technology. With the goal of building a strong technology foundation and progressively strengthening the value of our solutions, our products will cover the demanding needs of data center, ISP and enterprise markets. With our OpenFlow simulator/emulator and Soft-Switch, EstiNet Technologies provides a wide range of tools and solutions for these markets. The future of EstiNet Technologies expands into network function virtualization (NFV) and increasing expertise into related technologies.
In regards to becoming a member of the leading SDN standards body Open Networking Foundation (ONF), Miss. Lilian Chen, president of Estinet Technologies Inc. stated that the core technologies of SDN are not yet completely mature and official standards have yet to be fully implemented and brought to market. Given the current watershed moment in the SDN field, EstiNet Technologies must push the standard and participate in its’ development. This includes joining ONF and becoming a key contributing member by joining working groups, participating in discussions, proposing solutions to technical issues, and providing the standards body to meet international market requirements.
“By joining ONF, companies make a commitment to help further the goals of the organization for the benefit of end users,” said Dan Pitt, executive director of the Open Networking Foundation. “We are observing a significant increase in the number of leading companies worldwide and in this vibrant region that are dedicating their time and energy toward accelerating the adoption of open SDN. The industry’s enthusiasm bodes well for network users everywhere.”
Sales and Marketing/ EstiNet Technologies Inc.
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