FIU/AmLight Deploys ONOS & SDN-IP Software Live on Next-Generation R & E Networks Connecting Brazil, Chile & the Caribbean to the US

FIU/AmLight Deploys ONOS & SDN-IP Software Live on Next-Generation R & E Networks Connecting Brazil, Chile & the Caribbean to the US

FIU/AmLight Deploys ONOS & SDN-IP Software Live on Next-Generation R & E Networks Connecting Brazil, Chile & the Caribbean to the US

MIAMI, Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Florida International University (FIU) and the Open source SDN Network Operating System (ONOS) community today announced they have actively deployed ONOS and its SDN-IP Peering application on Americas Lightpaths (AmLight), creating a software-defined networking (SDN) facility entirely based on OpenFlow. Five Latin American research and education networks (RENs) – Academic Network at Sao Paulo (ANSP), Brazilian National Research and Education Network (RNP), Latin American Advanced Networks Cooperation (RedClara), National University Network of Chile (REUNA) and the Caribbean Knowledge and Learning Network (CKLN) – interconnect Brazil, Chile and the Caribbean with the U.S. via a virtual slice of the AmLight network.

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