February 5, 2014
Partnering with Telefield, network transformation project based on Cyan technology delivers new Carrier Ethernet network to support e-government services
Cyan (NYSE: CYNI), a leading provider of software-defined networking (SDN) and packet-optical solutions for network operators, today announced that its Blue Planet SDN Platform and Z-Series packet-optical hardware have been selected by the Jeollanam-Do province in South Korea. Deployed together with partner Telefield, the new network will deliver e-government applications in support of the two million citizens living in the province.
“We are pleased that Jeollanam-Do province recognized our competitive advantage and chose to work with Cyan and Telefield for their new Ethernet network,” said In-Soo Kim, director of sales, Telefield. “Our partnership with Cyan provides the province a unique value proposition in terms of overall functionality, service and support, and price.”
The Jeollanam-Do province is located in southwest South Korea and covers 22 cities and a population of two million people. Cyan and Telefield were selected as the exclusive SDN and packet-optical solution provider for the provincial government’s Carrier Ethernet network transformation project. Applications delivered by the network upgrade include Internet, VoIP and video conferencing.
“Cyan’s Blue Planet Platform lays the foundation for some of the most sophisticated, but easy-to-use and manage networks around the world,” said Michael Hatfield, president, Cyan. “By combining our SDN and packet-optical technology with Telefield’s expertise and support in South Korea, the province and its citizens will now be able to benefit from an advanced network, scalable for any e-government service or application.”
Cyan’s award-winning Blue Planet SDN and NFV Orchestration Platform allows network operators to automate, visualize, and manage their networks in multi-layer, multi-vendor environments. Cyan’s Z-Series packet-optical platforms combine packet and optical capabilities including Carrier Ethernet 2.0, DWDM, OTN, and ROADM, all within a single platform. This multi-layer integration provides a distinct cost and performance advantage compared to traditional multi-box designs while also offering customers the flexibility to transport services using the most efficient network layer.
Telefield, Inc is a Korea-based company engaged in the manufacture of optical transmission equipment. The company produces multi-service provisioning platforms (MSPPs), SDH systems, and other transport and access technologies. The company’s products are used for access to metro and backbone networks. The company also is involved in go-to-market partnerships and support services (repair and maintenance) for other makers of communication equipment. It distributes its products globally. For more information, please visit http://www.telefield.com.
Cyan enables network transformation. The company’s software-defined network (SDN) solutions deliver orchestration, visualization, and scale to networks, that until now, have been static and hardware driven. Serving carriers, enterprises, governments, and data centers globally, Cyan’s open platforms provide multi-vendor control and visibility to network operators, making service delivery more efficient and profitable. Cyan solutions include the award-winning Blue Planet SDN software and Z-Series packet-optical transport platforms. For more information, please visit www.cyaninc.com or follow Cyan on Twitter at twitter.com/CyanNews.
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