In theory (and, it must be said, this is theory, since the company won't even say when its products will be announced) DVRN will allow enterprises to use multiple services from multiple providers, using many different types of network infrastructures; the company calls this "Collaborative IP Services".
DVRN uses virtual routers that are isolated from one another, allowing customized routing and multiple fully routed networks on the same DVRN system.
By enabling carriers to see in realtime what's happening throughout the thousands of routed networks created by Crescent Networks DVRN platform, the integrations with Micromuse's flagship Netcool(R)/OMNIbus(TM) application allows them to respond to problems before they impact network-based business services.
Crescent Networks DVRN is the winner of SuperComm's SuperQuest Award for most promising edge/core network technology.
These appointments further strengthen our first-class team and validate our leading advances for DVRN
solutions for carrier profitability.
Crescent Networks DVRN
solution dramatically accelerates IP service delivery, liberating service providers from today's IP network design limitations and economical constraints.
also complements the evolving access, core and data center build outs.