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Javier Martin Rodríguez Bilbao, 28 Noviembre 2012

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2 Javier Martin Rodríguez Bilbao, 28 Noviembre 2012
LOS RETOS DE LA EVOLUCIÓN DE LA RED SOPORTE DE LAS FUTURAS APLICACIONES Y SERVICIOS Javier Martin Rodríguez Bilbao, 28 Noviembre 2012 DESAFÍOS PARA ESPAÑA DEL MUNDO HIPERCONECTADO

3 LOS JÓVENES ENTRE 8 Y 18 AÑOS, CONSUMEN 11 HORAS Y MEDIA DE CONTENIDOS EN 7 HORAS

4 PREDICCIÓN DE TENDENCIAS TECNOLÓGICAS

5 CON NUESTRA CIUDAD/PAIS CON NUESTRO ENTORNO PERSONAL
LA ACELERACIÓN DE LOS NATIVOS DIGITALES LA CONECTIVIDAD TRANSCIENDE EL MUNDO PERSONAL CONECTADOS 168 (24X7) CON NUESTRA CIUDAD/PAIS m-Government CON EL OCIO Música, vídeo, juegos CON EL TRABAJO BYOD CON LA SANIDAD m-health CON NUESTRO ENTORNO PERSONAL IM, WhatsApp, Redes Sociales PARA COMPRAR m-wallet, m-payment CON EL CONOCIMIENTO m-education LOS USUARIOS ESTÁN TRASTOCANDO CADA SEGMENTO DE LA INDUSTRIA Y DEMANDAN CONECTIVIDAD PERMANENTE Y UBIQUA, NUEVAS Y MEJORES EXPERIENCIAS, INMEDIATEZ Y CONVENIENCIA Connectivity is embedded in everything we do offering unlimited choices to connected individuals in a digital world. As devices and platforms evolve, connected consumers have been empowered to access the information relevant to them from their favourite location on their favourite device. In real time, individuals are now able to communicate, collaborate, share and connect in ways never imagined before. These trend is driving acceleration of the digital natives or digital nomads. People that were born and used to technology and use connectivity in everything they do. The power of consumers will continue to strengthen and the ability to meet evolving consume expectations and desires will be an important determinant of market success. This will have to be done in real time or near real time. These Empowered customers are disrupting every industry segment and driving transformation in almost all stages of the business cycle (products and services design, advertizing, marketing, after sales support) Link to Digital Nomad research avilable at MCI Intranet

6 EL FUTURO ESTÁ EN LA MANO DEL USUARIO.
LA RED LO HACE POSIBLE QUISIERA EMPEZAR EXPLICANDO EL POR QUÉ DEL TÍTULO DE MI PONENCIA. ESTAMOS HABLANDO DEL FUTURO DE NUESTRO SECTOR… Y DESDE ALCATEL-LUCENT ESTAMOS CONVENCIDOS QUE EL USUARIO ES EL QUE MANDA Y EL QUE ARTICULA LO QUE LA TECNOLOGIA DEBE TRAER EN EL FUTURO. POR ELLO, SI HAY ALGO QUE TODOS DEBEMOS HACER PARA PODER VIVIR EN UN SECTOR SOSTENIBLE ES EMPEZAR A TOMAR DECISIONES Y ELEGIR EN QUE MODELO DE NEGOCIO DEBEMOS PARTICIPAR. Making choices - in the face of a dynamic and highly competitive market operators are making strategic choices to survive and thrive. Trends that are shaping the industries future Apps, devices, networks Regional Perspectives Regulation The value chain and competition The implication of those trends on our industry and our customers The revenue/profit crunch yet…the crucial role of the network Operators are making strategic choices Connections/transactions, independent/collaboration Business priorities Critical success factors (link to the HLN strategy) Increase revenues from existing and new services Enable new business models Accelerate time to market Dynamically scale and manage capacity (access, aggregation, edge, core) Reduce cost of operations Environmental sustainability

7 LA RED Y EL OPERADOR SON ESENCIALES PARA LA EXPERIENCIA DE USUARIO
Latencia COMPUTACIÓN Capacidad total, tiempo de carga ALMACENAMIENTO Capacidad total, ancho de banda STREAMING NUBE / RED Capacidad total Ancho de banda / latencia JUEGOS Ancho de banda , latencia COMUNICACIONES VALOR VALOR SIN EXPLOTAR LA RED ES LA NUBE QUE VINCULA APLICACIONES Y CONTENIDOS A LOS DISPOSITIVOS PARA CREAR EXPERIENCIAS DE USUARIO PERSONALIZADAS.

8 LA RED: APROVECHAMIENTO DEL VALOR QUE LA TECNOLOGÍA DA
VALOR EXPLOTADO COMPUTACIÓN SERVICIO Y GENERACIÓN DE EXPERIENCIAS ALMACENAMIENTO STREAMING JUEGOS RED ESCALABLE, INTELLIGENCIA, EFFICIENTE COMUNICACIONES BOTH THE NETWORK AND THE SERVICE PROVIDER ARE CRITICAL TO THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE This slide shows how service providers can realize the value of the network to deliver the set of applications we just discussed. To do this requires two things. First, a scalable, intelligent efficient all-IP network that can deliver bandwidth at the lowest cost per bit. Second, a service creation and enablement environment that is able to deliver the set of applications with the best customer experience by leveraging the intelligence and capabilities of the network. This approach requires service providers not only to transform their networks but also to transform their operations and IT systems to support new business opportunities, become more agile and to drive down cost. What is clear is that in the new world of the device in the hand connecting to apps and content in the cloud, the network – and therefore the service provider – are critical to achieving the best customer experience High Leverage Network – A Platform for Innovation, June 2012

9 NOS APROXIMAMOS A UNA TORMENTA DE DATOS
LA ADOPCIÓN DE SMARTPHONES, TABLETAS Y TV CONECTADAS SON LAS CLAVES DEL CRECIMIENTO DE TRÁFICO DE DATOS EN 2016 Banda Ancha Ubicua y acceso móvil EL TRÁFICO DE DATOS SERÁ 25 VECES MAYOR QUE HOY LAS CONEXIONES 3G/4G SERÁN EL 99% DEL TRÁFICO EN NORTEAMÉRICA CREAN LA TORMENTA PERFECTA PARA FORZAR EL CAMBIO EL 27% DEL CONSUMO DE DATOS MÓVILES SE CURSARÁ CON WI-FI Dispositivos de uso fácil CONECTIVIDAD CONTINUA, UBICUA, 24/7 EL VIDEO-STREAMING Y LAS COMUNICACIONES OCUPARÁN 2/3 DEL TRÁFICO DE DATOS MÓVILES. EN 2016 EL VIDEO-STREAMING CRECERÁ UN 89%. EL 70% DE LOS USUARIOS ACCEDERÁ A VÍDEOS DESDE WIFI. Contenidos y Aplicaciones atractivas (especialmente el vídeo) LAS COMUNICACIONES EN VIDEO CRECERÁN UN 95% EN TODO EL MUNDO This slide addresses the comment that we had lost the connection to various causes of the data explosion. Left side lists the various causes to answer the question: Is it BROADBAND, MOBILE, DEVICES, APPS, CONTENT or VIDEO? With the answer being: All of the above. Then the Right side gives some concrete data. This sets up the story in the HLN deck that shows what to do about it. Watching streaming videos, uploading pictures and using cloud-based services will make high demands on mobile networks. Though data is still growing aggressively, the curves are slowing down. Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs Traffic Index focuses on the window and we predict that mobile data traffic will increase 25fold during this period. About a year ago, a similar study for the window and had a multiplier of 30x (we also did some calibration using our parameters for and came up with a higher multiplier than 25). If you look at the year over year growth rate, the percentages decline each year. A key driver to growth is the increasing proportion of Smartphone and wide screen devices relative to feature phones. As the market becomes more saturated with the high traffic devices, the growth slows down. Mobile growth is also driven by the internet. All these elements together… There are many views of traffic growth in the market, for example Gartner's "Forecast: Mobile Data Traffic and Revenue, Worldwide, " indicates that mobile data volume is expected to grow 26-fold between 2010 and 2015. Mobile data traffic: Our models concerning global usage trends show that user behavior reflects an increasing dependence on wireless data. And, wireless data traffic will grow 25-fold over the next five years (2011 to 2016), with 3G continuing to carry the bulk of the traffic. Total traffic for NAR, EU and APAC grows by x25 in 5 years (90% CAGR) and APAC exhibits the most significant growth over the study period (x28) In NAR 3G and 4G connections will account for 99% of the mobile traffic by 2016 (Bell Labs analysis) 3g-4G connections: Gartner expects the number of 3G/4G connections as a share of total mobile connections to grow from 18% in 2011 to 43% in 2015. Video Traffic: video streaming generating 50%+ mobile traffic by 2016 (Bell Labs) WiFi: The global average for Wi-Fi offload (the baseline case) in the three regions is 16% growing to 27% in “On Wi-Fi” represents traffic naturally offloaded from mobile enabled devices as a result of the subscribers’ own initiative. For instance – people using residential Wi-Fi for a better quality of experience or to manage monthly data usage. In Korea, SKT announced in March that The company’s research shows that multimedia files already account for more than 70% of traffic on the network. “It’s mostly downloading media files. People are sharing video clips and sending material to their friends. Customers’ behaviour is changing. More and more people are sharing multimedia,” he says. The company has recorded an extraordinary 39-fold increase in data traffic in one year across all networks together. Video continues fuelling the demand for mobile broadband traffic, so far it is the apps that gets better user engagement, becoming the major growing application. Video streaming mostly as streaming video or, at times, as video downloads over HTTP on smartphones and accounts for a large proportion of this traffic According to Bell Labs modelling Traffic Index, In 2011, video streaming accounts for 25% of mobile traffic, this trends continues and in % of traffic will be video. Video communications will be on top of that This voracity of video consumers will only continue to grow, as content owners further digitize their content libraries and publishers better monetize this trend. more consumers are watching video online, and online video consumption patterns Gartner: Mobile video users will grow from 429 million in 2011 to 2.4 billion in 2016, driven by easier access to a variety of content. ■ Nearly 70% of mobile video users will use only Wi-Fi to view mobile video, while the rest will use a mix of cellular and Wi-Fi networks. YOUTUBE.COM: 600m VIDEO STREAMS A DAY ON MOBILE In Jan 2012 , 84.4 percent of the U.S. Internet audience viewed online video. (comScore, Inc. ) Many elements are driving this increase: More content for multiple devices. Particularly various leading vendors targeting mobile video: Amazon has extended its Prime Instant Video offering to the Kindle Fire in order to compete with Apple. Netflix has extended its video on demand service to the iOS and Android platforms. Hulu's mobile app extends the Hulu Plus service and the business model of subscriptions and ads to mobile platforms. Vuclip is a mobile video search engine that transcodes video content in the cloud in real time. YouTube's native app is present on many BlackBerry and Android devices, HBO offers its HBO Go app as part of its direct-to-customer approach. From desktop browsing to sofa browsing: Social media and smartphones/tablets are also driving change on the way we watch tv. Smart tv converging to mobile. People are sharing videos via social networks. The video experience is also changing from a standalone mobile phone experience to a multi-screen experience. Also leveraging the benefits of the cloud. More content available for many devices and delivering mechanisms improved. - Customers are using multiple mobile and fixed devices to access video. From Pay TV to mobile TV. - Broadcasters and pay-TV operators extending their content to multiple devices. This has revenue implications, because now advertisements can be sold for multiple platforms either together or separately. - Better connectivity: 3g, 4g and wifi also facilitates access to video apps. Accordign to Youtube: YouTube mobile gets over 400 M views a day (up 3x year/year), representing 13% of our daily views. Most of that traffic is carried out on the smartphones and traffic but great proportion is accessed through wifi. Consumers are accessing services during the day and selecting access that is less costly. 70% of mobile video users will use only Wi-Fi to view mobile video (Market Trends: Worldwide, the State of Mobile Video, 2012 – Gartner Feb 2012) - Delivery mechanism: More focus on video optimization to improve video content delivery and QoE. Also, Video content delivered through the personal cloud: A consortium of entertainment and technology companies recently launched UltraViolet, an online digital library that will bring a single piece of TV or movie content to a broad array of devices as streamed content, downloadable content or content via DVDs. Ultraviolet offers video content to multiple platforms and devices. Buy once watch on any devices. iCloud offering content for all apple devices. Vuclip also offers cloud video services - Smart phones and tablets are coming with integrated video applications: The YouTube native app is present on many BlackBerry and Android devices, and on all iOSbases devices, giving it a massive installed base. The newly launched Nokia Lumia 800 phone comes bundled with the ESPN app in the U.K. Meanwhile, blinkx is a featured video app on Samsung Apps on Samsung's Galaxy S phone. Challenges: On the Regulatory side: this calls for a need to improve the content licensing model for content on the cloud Security: Complex implementation of authentication in various devices, various platforms, for the same user. A user centri authentication is required perhaps implemented in Conjunction with voice commands or biometric authentication mechanisms on devices. Challenges Managing the video experience: As video extends to other applications in various business, the challenge for SPs is to be able to manage the QoE. Better networks and connectivity are required The OPPORTUNITY FOR OPERATORS: Improved video capabilities opens oppportunities for many applications beyond entertaiment: advertising, m-commerce, m-health, m-education, m-customer care EL AUDIO STREAMING CRECERÁ UN 73%. Fuente: Traffic Index 2012 – Bell Labs Modelling High Leverage Network, May 2012

10 NUEVOS USOS IMPLICAN CAMBIOS PROFUNDOS EN LAS TECNOLOGÍAS
Los Grandes Retos de las REDES: Innovación, Diferenciación, Eficiencia, Monetización y Experiencia de usuario. rather than calling our industry an enabler, saying what is needed from them in response, then later slides makes the point on why they are critical

11 NUESTRA VISIÓN: HIGH LEVERAGE NETWORK: UNA PLATAFORMA FACILITADORA DE EXPERIENCIAS DE USUARIO
INFRAESTRUCTURA TODO-IP ANALÍTICA Y DECISIÓN OPTIMIZACIÓN CONTROL CREACIÓN DE EXPERIENCIAS Y FACILITACIÓN My Storage Media Comms Compute Gaming LA MEJOR LATENCIA, ANCHO DE BANDA, CAPACIDAD & TIEMPO DE CARGA(SUBIDA) PAQUETES DE EXPERIENCIAS INTELIGENCIA ARTIFICIAL CONSTRUIDA “SOBRE” Y “DENTRO” DE LA RED A LA IZQUIERDA: LA VISIÓN DESDE EL PUNTO DE VISTA DE LA RED INFRAESTRUCTURA IP -> INNOVACIÓN CONTROL -> DIFERENCIACIÓN OPTIMIZACIÓN -> EFICIENCIA ANALÍTICA Y DECISIÓN -> MONETIZACIÓN CREACIÓN DE EXPERIENCIAS Y FACILITACIÓN -> EXPERIENCIA DE USUARIO A LA DERECHA: LA VISIÓN DESDE EL PUNTO DE VISTA DE LOS USUARIOS: PAQUETES DE EXPERIENCIAS DE USUARIO SOBRE SERVICIOS VERTICALIZADOS

12 HLNTM SACA PARTIDO A TODO EL POTENCIAL DE LA RED
Eficiencia inmediata NETGAIN Dando mayor valor a la red NETVALUE Aumentando el Valor de la red en el Futuro NETWORTH X2 ANCHO DE BANDA MÓVIL PROPORCIONA NUEVAS EXPERIENCIAS CONVERSACIONALES +66% ROI ACELERA EL DESPLIEGUE DE SERVICIOS EN LA NUBE REDUCE LOS COSTES OPERACIONALES UN 25% CENTRADOS EN LA EXPERIENCIA DE USUARIO MANTIENE O incluso ALARGA EL CICLO DE VIDA DEL CLIENTE UN 10% HERRAMIENTAS DE ANÁLISIS Y GESTIÓN CONVERGENTE DE DISPOSITIVOS QUE PERMITEN NUEVOS MODELOS DE NEGOCIO Ahorro 50% TCO MENOR COSTE/BIT +33% EFICIENCIA TRANSPORTE ÓPTICO POR ENCIMA DE 100GB/s The High Leverage Network is enabling service providers around the globe to leverage the full potential of their networks and deliver on the promise of the cloud. The High Leverage Network is aligned to solving the three main business challenges: First, it lets you build a cost-effective, customer-centric network by continuously scaling bandwidth and extending reach and coverage—all at the lowest cost per bit delivered. Second, it enables you to forge stronger and more valuable customer relationships. You’ll achieve this by delivering consistent, high-quality customer experiences across all their devices, using your services, apps and content in the cloud. Third, it lets you create new business models and revenue streams by leveraging your unique network capabilities and knowledge of customers' needs and preferences to deliver the ultimate customer experience. Realize Your Network Potential – October 2012

13 HIGH LEVERAGE NETWORK (HLN) ARQUITECTURA
EXPERIENCE CREATION AND ENABLEMENT Application Enablement and Open API Platform Consumer and enterprise applications and media DECISION ANALYTICS OPTIMIZATION Service creation and enablement CONTROL Service and network orchestration ALL-IP INFRASTRUCTURE Converged edge Converged backbone Wireline access Wireless access Aggregation and backhaul This slide shows the High Leverage Network strategy maps to the familiar High Leverage Network architecture that represents the typical service provider network. The all-IP infrastructure consists of wireless and wireline access, aggregation and backhaul, converged edge and converged backbone. The control layer consists of service and network orchestration functions and the optimization and decision analytics layers consist of the service creation and enablement functions. The experience creation and enablement layer consists of application enablement via the open API platform. These layers and functions are discussed in more detail in the High Leverage Network Portfolio Overview presentation. High Leverage Network – A Platform for Innovation, June 2012

14 UNA RED DE ALTAS PRESTACIONES PARA:
HLN REALIZAR LA PROMESA DE LA NUBE INTER-CONEXIÓN CENTROS DE DATOS SDN: ADAPTAR MEJOR LA RED A LAS NECESIDADES DE LOS SERVICIOS REDUCIR IMPACTO DEL VIDEO Y LA NUBE EN EL NÚCLEO DE RED

15 La malla fotónica de RedIRIS
El backbone de RedIRIS, de ámbito nacional, se soporta sobre una nueva red fotónica desplegada por Telefónica e iluminada con tecnología WDM de Alcatel-Lucent LINEAS MAESTRAS DE EVOLUCION Control y robustez: GMPLS en el plano de control Aumento de capacidad: 40G, 100G Capilaridad (ampliación a nuevos nodos)

16 LAS REDES DE NUCLEO IP HOY POR HOY…
Diseñadas para los problemas de ayer Densidad de 100G: Pobre, típicamente sobre interfaces de 10G Espacio físico: Ineficiente Muy alto consumo de ernergía Sin visión transversal IP & Optics Diferentes sistemas operativos en cada punto de la red Gestión diversificada horizontalmente y verticalmente a lo largo de toda la infraestructura ESCALABILIDAD EFICIENCIA Y FUNCIONALIDAD SIN COMPOMISOS Evolución de las redes de Núcleo a un modelo más sostenible adaptado a la nube

17 CLOUD CARRIER GRADE Nubes Robustas, Predecibles y de Rendimiento Garantizado
Servicios Distribución de los puntos de servicio por la red para proveer de servicios de baja latencia y gran ancho de banda Integración en Redes Privadas Virtuales (VPNs) con sincronización de entrega por parte de la red y los recursos de computación Calidad de Experiencia (QoE) SLAs e2e Conciencia de la red para cubrir el espacio entre la infraestructura de red (networking) y los centros de proceso de datos/computación Instanciación integrada de recursos de servicios y datos para una activación óptima de los recursos distribuidos en los diferentes centros de computación Ejecución de servicios sensibles a tiempo/retardo con rendimiento garantizado y monitorización de su calidad (servicio-experiencia) Ejecución fiable sobre recursos que no lo son Servicios

18 EL IMPACTO DEL VÍDEO Y LA NUBE EN EL NÚCLEO DE RED
Presión tanto en las redes metro y agregación como en la red troncal Distribución de contenidos Aseguramiento de la QoE Eficiencia de la entrega Distribución y Almacenamiento Locales Distribución y Almacenamiento Nacionales Dispositivos ricos Experiencias personalizadas Compartición y almacenamiento basados en la nube Núcleo de Red Red Metro/Regional Internet Acceso de alta velocidad fijo y móvil Centros de datos Regionales Almacenamiento y computación en la nube La red está cambiando y este cambio se está extendiendo por todo el núcleo de la red. Ya no habrá más un solo tipo de núcleo de red. Los contenidos distribuidos y los servicios en la nube producirán cambios significativos en la red. Presión cada vez mayor tanto en redes metro como regionales Nuestra visión del "núcleo" debe ampliarse ... Son necesarias mayores plataformas con enlaces más rápidos, pero esto no es suficiente El suministro de servicios basados en la nube se está acelerando; los centros de datos están aumentando de tamaño pero también su número crece repartiéndose por toda la geografía. Su proliferación y situación viene dada por factores y condiciones económicas; se requiere distribuir los contenidos desde sitios próximos al consumidor y su localización en lugares próximos a la generación de energía ha cambiado la arquitectura de red tradicional. Esto está cambiando la red desde abajo para adaptarla a esta aceleración y a los nuevos requisitos. Como parte de esta adaptación, la dinámica del núcleo de red está cambiando. Por supuesto que existe la clásica troncal IP, y que nodos que intercambian grandes volúmenes de tráfico siguen estando en un lugar determinado, pero existe la certeza de que cada vez más tráfico permanece en la red metro y es este cambio de origen/destino el que está poniendo más presión en la red metro que en la clásica troncal IP.

19 RESOLVIENDO LA ECUACIÓN SDN: HABILITADOR DE LA AUTOMATIZACIÓN DE LA RED
Los proveedores de servicios de red están, cada vez más, afrontando el reto de abordar los requerimientos de los desarrolladores de aplicaciones y acompasarlos con despliegues rápidos de servicios en la red SDN proporciona el vínculo entre las aplicaciones y las redes LA INDUSTRIA SE ESTÁ MOVILIZANDO RÁPIDAMENTE PARA CUBRIR ESTE ESPACIO, Y ALCATEL-LUCENT ESTÁ PARTICIPANDO Y LIDERANDO DE MANERA MUY ACTIVA EN LAS INSTITUCIONES DE ESTANDARIZACIÓN

20 SDN - MULTIPLES APROXIMACIONES..
Compute virtualisation App1 App3 App2 Specialised HW Otros De HW especializado a HW “COTS” Network Applications Network Management OF controller Network API SDN Controller Application API API que reaprovechen nuevos o existentes planos de control Simple Packet Forwarding Hardware OpenFlow Controller App North API Open interface to hardware Feature implementation (Traffic Eng, Controllers, PCE, NAT, DPI, TMS …) Separación completa del plano de datos y control Simple Packet Forwarding Hardware Simple Packet Forwarding Hardware

21 ENFOCADOS EN UN OBJETIVO COMÚN
IETF OPEN NETWORKING FORUM Application Layer Traffic Optimization draft-jenkins-alto-cdn-use-cases draft-marocco-alto-next Cloud Networking Framework draft applicability-01.txt Software Driven Networks Use case & Framework framework-use-cases-01 Network Virtualization over Layer 3 01.txt requirements-00.txt Recently joined member

22 MODELO DE TRABAJO DE SDN APLICACIONES/ADMINISTRACIÓN IT Y RED/OPERADOR
Proveedor de Servicios y Políticas IT Petición de Aplicación Mapeo de Servicio Asociaciones de Servicios ATRIBUTOS DE TOPOLOGIA ATRIBUTOS DE APLICACIÓN ATRIBUTOS DE TECNOLOGÍA Scalable Low Latency Guaranteed Delivery Exten-sible Self Healing CAPA DE ABSTRACCIÓN CAPA DE ABSTRACCIÓN

23 LA EVOLUCIÓN DE LA RED LA LLEVA A SER:
MAS EFICIENTE MAS PROGRAMABLE MAS TRANSPARENTE MAS CAPAZ Y FUNCIONAL SIMPLIFICADA FUNDAMENTALMENTE MULTI-TENANT ALINEADA CON LAS REALIDADES DE LOS USUARIOS

24 AVANCE IMPULSADO POR LA INNOVACIÓN
TECNOLOGíA ‘VERDE’ EXPERIENCIA EN SERVICIOS - transformación LIDERAZGO EN IP y optics TECNOLOGÍAS DISRUPTivas DE Bell Labs We’re driven by innovation. It’s in our DNA. It begins with our innovation powerhouse – Bell Labs - and extends across our leadership in key technologies such as IP and our expertise in transformation. Innovation drives our High Leverage Network strategy, which in turn drives our portfolio investments. We integrate IP with other key technologies across our entire HLN product portfolio. Our services organization helps you put ideas into motion, and then walks with you as we deliver new solutions for your business. We’re committed to green technology. Our latest products use substantially less power and space, reducing their carbon footprints by up to 50% compared to the previous generation. Realize Your Network Potential – October 2012

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