Nokia data center switching platforms to grow DCspine cloud services

Nokia's SR Linux-based solution will enable DCspine to expand its interconnection and cloud services and use automation for faster service delivery to its European customers. #pressrelease

August 6, 2022

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ESPOO, Finland – Nokia today announced it is providing its 7220 IXR data center hardware platforms running SR Linux to DCspine, a subsidiary of Eurofiber Cloud Infra providing digital infrastructure and interconnection services across data centers in Europe. This solution will expand DCspine's interconnection and cloud services, increase network scalability and enhance network operations through automation.

DCspine will implement the 7220 IXR and SR Linux as part of its interconnection platform that provides connectivity between a growing number of 80+ data centers in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.

To support the implementation, DCspine and Nokia have developed a custom network agent for easy integration into the existing network environment by leveraging the open, consumable nature of SR Linux and its NetOps Development Kit (NDK). The model-driven architecture and open interfaces of SR Linux will also enable DCspine to automate service provisioning, gain deeper network visibility for service monitoring, and enable faster delivery of interconnection and cloud services to its customers.

Read the full press release here.

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