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What is It?

Networking technologies are used to design and create programmable networks that can be centrally controlled. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) are complementary networking technologies that transform and virtualize network infrastructures in enterprises. Software-defined wide area networks (SD-WAN) provides orchestration, cloud-based WAN automation and removes the burden of manual WAN configuration and provisioning.

Project Scenarios

  • Improving an SDN controller for Data Centre or WAN
  • Optimizing VNFs with a specified NFVi
  • Increasing interoperability of VNFs with a specific orchestrator

The CENGN Advantage

Our network infrastructure is an OpenStack distribution built NFVi (Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure). You can leverage our state-of-the-art infrastructure to validate your high quality SDN, SD-WAN, and NFV technologies products and solutions. You’ll be able to take advantage of our high-bandwidth connection, which includes a 2X100G Metro WAN link.

SDN/NFV/SD-WAN Solution AreasAreas of Advancement inSDN/NFV/SD-WAN
Orchestration occurs when a complex system becomes automated
Transient demand/elastic scaling, or the degree to which a system can adapt to workload changes automatically, more efficient systems can adapt more effectively.

Networking technologies using data centres and infrastructures consume a lot of energy, orchestrating these technologies can help to manage energy spending.

Automated disaster recovery can help you quickly recover your data and applications between data centres and cloud networks.

Automatic fault recovery can detect, isolate and recover from a fault occurring.

Intelligent service chaining uses network resources to implement services in a more efficient, flexible, and programmable manner.
Virtualized network services apps
Applications that use networking technologies to provide various services
Disaggregation of routing separates a network into its component parts giving the ability to source or improve parts separately.

Path control is a networking approach used to address the needs of storage networks through communication path management.

Public key infrastructures (PKIs) facilitate the secure electronic transfer of information for a range of network activities such as e-commerce.

IPSec (internet protocol security) is a network protocol suite that authenticates and encrypts data packets sent over a network.

Unified communications (UC) describes the real-time communication services such as instant messaging or web conferencing.
Business applications using SDN functionality
Bandwidth is the amount of available information capacity per unit time that a transmission medium can handle. A larger bandwidth means a set of data can move faster.

Class of service is a way to manage multiple traffic profiles over a network by prioritizing certain types over others.

Latency based path changes are those that are measured by the time interval between stimulation and response, shorter response times demonstrate more efficient path processes.

Check out past SDN/NFV/SD-WAN Projects

February 27, 2020


ElastaLink Validates Their SDN Subscription Service for SMEs Elastalink is a full-service IT and telecom provider specializing in customizable solutions. Focused on providing affordable SDN services to small and medium sized enterprises, Elastalink validated its SDN subscription service on the…


May 18, 2018

Enghouse Networks

Enghouse Networks Validates Their Multimedia Messaging Service as a VNF Enghouse Networks provides Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS) to mobile operators, delivering a comprehensive technology solution for today’s hybrid networks and the next generation of telecommunications.


May 5, 2015


NoviFlow SDN Proof-of-Concept project proposal selected by CENGN Project to showcase MPLS Layer 2 VPN solution with OpenFlow-based Customer Premise Equipment NoviFlow is a Montreal-based company created as a spin-out from UQÀM (the Université du Québec à Montréal) Since its…