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Network Function Interconnect
Intra DC service delivery with Nokia’s overlay automation solution
In this demo we will see how Nokia’s Segment Routing Interconnect Controller (SRIC) -as part our Network Functions Interconnect (NFIX) solution- can be utilised to orchestrate Intra-DC overlay connectivity over a mixed VXLAN and Segment Routing fabric in a multivendor environment. This demo leverages Nokia’s Nuage Networks Virtualised Cloud Services (VCS) as the data centre SDN Controller and Nokia’s 7250 IXR and 7750 SR routing as access-leaf/spine/border-leaf in the VXLAN/Segment Routing fabric.
Converged Packet Core
Implementing CPC with containers +
This demo will show how we can upgrade the Nokia Cloud Mobility Manager (CMM) deployed as a cloud native application using canary testing techniques to verify the new releases in a limited number of subscribers before rolling out a full upgrade.
High Performance 5G User Plane Function
This demonstration will show how the Nokia CMG can deliver high throughput and low latency for 5G user plane using standard x86 compute nodes.
CPC Deployed on Public Cloud with AWS
This demonstration will show how Nokia can deploy a converged 3G/4G/5G Packet Core in containers in the public cloud using AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service.
NSP – cloud packet core network service automation
NSP Core Network Orchestrator – From zero to fully functioning core slice in minutes
NSP Core Network Orchestrator demo will show a fully automated core slice deployment from scratch for dedicated and shared core network slices. Demo will include deployment of all the necessary CPC components (AMF,SMF,UPF) as well as their configuration, as a final step in complete slice allocation. Hundreds of previously manual actions will be executed automatically and triggered via a single click. Demo will pay special attention on handling Day 0, Day 1 and Day 2 configuration aspects of core slice allocation utilizing NSP as the Network Function Manangement Function (NFMF)
NSP – transport network service automation
Full Automation of 5G transport slices with NSP
In this demo session, the role of new NSP capability called transport slice controller (TSC) will be demonstrated. The automation of 5G transport slices will be covered via technology agnostic API-based IETF model. Details of assurance and monitoring of the transport slices will be discussed including monitoring using various tools such as telemetry and OAM. At the end the concept of closed-loop optimization of transport slices will be covered which includes the latency and bandwidth based optimization of transport slices. The new TSC transport slice centric frontend dashboard will be used throughout the demo to show not only the health of transport slices but all detail information of individual transport slices.
Data center operating system automation
Building for open with SR Linux
This demo will highlight the extensibility of SR Linux, the power of open source CLI, and what you can accomplish with an architectural shift to model driven management.
Data center fabric automation
Life of a fabric created with Nokia’s FSP
The demo will walk through some of the unique abstract intent based automations enbabled by Nokia’s Fabric Services Platform. These automations will be demonstrated in a unique digital sandbox that will act as a flexible digital lab in the new DevOps world
NSP network operations automation
Telemetry Optimization using NSP
This demo will show how NSP dynamically reroutes LSPs when a utilization threshold is crossed while still meeting LSP constraints such as maximum latency
IP/Optical coordination with NRC-x
This demo will cover a few new use cases for cross domain IP/Optical operational coordination, such as cross-domain link discovery using packet count comparisons and “elastic lag”, to enable a LAG group to dynamically grow or shrink the members in the group between routers that are connected through an optical network.
Next-gen SD-WAN Portal
The SDWAN Portal provides both the service provider and their customers with an easy to use platform to manage their Nuage SDWAN deployment, combining the best practices of end-user experience with the flexibility that Nuage SDWAN brings to branch connectivity management. By adding extended reports and dashboards, the end-user will be able to monitor their environment and make changes to their deployment as needed. In this demo, we will explore some of the latest additions in these dashboards, reports and branch management capabilities from an end-users perspective.
Operating & Managing SD-WAN Services at Scale
In this demo, we will look at best practices of operating and managing Nuage SDWAN services on a production network by utilizing rich set of monitoring and troubleshooting channels in the product. We will also explore various available monitoring, troubleshooting and diagnostics tools for reference to realize seamless operations and management of Nuage SDWAN services at scale.
Integrating Nuage SD-WAN with Public Clouds (Azure Cloud)
In this demo the SD-WAN network is extended to workloads running in public cloud using Nuage Networks VNS platform and public cloud native constructs. The first part of the demo explores the integration with Microsoft Azure Virtual WAN service which allows establishing connectivity between enterprise branch locations and applications running in MS Azure via virtual hubs. The latter part leverages the cloud form-factor of Nuage CPE (NSG-V) deployed in the public cloud to seamlessly enable the connectivity to and from the enterprise branches and bring them under the single pane of glass management of Nuage VSD.
Dynamic Forward Error Correction (FEC) for SD-WAN
In this session we will demonstrate how Dynamic Forward Error Correction (FEC) can be used to protect the user traffic from packet loss in the underlay network. We will detect the network loss and improve the user experience by dynamically adjusting the amount of error correction, while optimizing bandwidth consumption.
Universal adaptive core
BNG Control/User Plane Separation: pathway to a Universal Adaptive Core
The next generation Nokia BNGs support a disaggregated model where control (CP) and user plane (UP) function are separated using a CUPS architecture. The BNG CP function runs in the CMG, which provides a universal SMF, while the UP is the Nokia 7750 SR or VSR.
This demo shows how Mobile and Residential sessions (IPoE and PPPoE) are created through the use of PFCP (3GPP TS 29.244) and PFCP extensions (BBF TR-459) on the Sx-N4 interfaces between the CP and UP. You will also see how a new BNG UPF is added into the network (PFCP association), how a single CP can be used to handle sessions created on various UPs (FP3,FP4,vFP,mobile) and how this eases deployments and enhances flexibility through the use of a centralized configuration and pool management (ODSA). The demo also shows intra CP-VM redundancy (N:K), session and UPF scaling.
Deepfield network security
Automating and Orchestrating your Network-based DDoS Mitigation with Nokia Deepfield
In this demo session you’ll see how “Deepfield Defender with Network Firewall” automatically detects and mitigates different and complex types of DDoS attacks in a multi-vendor environment.
WaveFabric – Photonic Service Engine (PSE)
WaveFabric Elements – demonstrating the latest coherent WDM optics operating over dynamically reconfigurable photonic line system.
This demo will showcase operation of Nokia Photonic Service Engine (PSE) coherent WDM transport technology over a reconfigurable photonic line system. Multiple coherent WDM signals from both the 1830 PSI-M compact modular and 1830 PSS WDM system will be transported over a 2-node using the latest iROADM32 wavelength switch. Service management will be demonstrated using the NFM-T element & network management system.
Optical network automation
Closed-loop automation with WaveSuite delivers operational simplification and predictive failure prevention
Automation of network operations reduces the time and complexity of maintaining network services and as a result reduces costs and improves the ROI of the network. Automation can also provide predictive solutions that deploy counter measures before a failure or a major performance degradation to ensure network services remain operational allowing network operators to deliver on SLA commitments. Reducing costs and protecting revenue generating services are two of the key benefits of the closed-loop automation offered by WaveSuite and highlighted in this demo.
Advanced Coherent Transmission Demonstration
Nokia Bell Labs will demonstrate some of the advanced coherent transmission techniques that permit high bandwidth transmission. This technology will be integrated into future versions of Nokia’s Photonic Service Engine (PSE). One demonstration will be of a single 1.6Tbps carrier and another will show 52.1Tbps of transmission in the C-Band based on a 1.49Tbps carrier. They will discuss how the use of high symbol rates and neural network learning for optimized pre-emphasis make this performance possible.
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Cloud-based Network Verification (CNV)
Nokia cloud-based network verification (CNV) offers network verification services in a business process as a service model. CNV enables a near-instantaneous verification of Nokia IP and Optical Networks, consumable anytime, anywhere, with clear identification of critical issues and proposals for rapid resolution.
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Network Migration Process principles
Nokia IP Routing Professional Service group has more than 20 years of network migration execution expertise. Over that time migration process became industrialized and standardized to reduce risk and execution time as well as increase quality and Right First Time delivery. This demo demonstrates principles of Nokia Network Migration process.
Time Sensitive Networking for Fronthaul
5G Network Synchronization – Ensuring fronthaul performance with enhanced telecom boundary clocks
The disaggregation of radio functions within 5G radio access networks introduces new synchronization accuracy requirements on underlying fronthaul transport networks. The ITU has defined enhanced telecom boundary clock specifications for 5G that define maximum time error limits with Class C being applicable to fronthaul. This demo shows how a sync aware packet network comprised of TSN switches (Nokia 1830 TPS) can easily meet these synchronization accuracy requirements thus supporting longer chains.
Maximizing interoperability and bandwidth savings with Radio over Ethernet
The IEEE 1914.3 standard defines methods for the encapsulation of Radio over Ethernet (RoE). This includes several modes of encapsulation which enable operators to maximize interworking/transparency and to maximize bandwidth savings depending on the RAN configuration. This demo contrasts the different modes and shows the benefits of each including significant bandwidth aggregation savings coming from visibility into the CPRI frames.