Benu Networks debuts it cloud-native Broadband Network Gateway (cnBNG) using the Red Hat OpenShift K8 container platform, as well as disaggregated routing techniques to ease operator delivery of broadband and 5G edge services and swiftly augment user experiences. Futurum’s Ron Westfall delves into the competitive benefits of the new Benu cnBNG solution and why it bolsters Benu’s cloud-native and 5G ecosystem credentials, especially in hybrid/multi-cloud environments and the service edge, as well as the market potential for advancing broadband provider edge service innovation.
Benu Networks BNG upgrade reveals a BNF solution with clearly differentiated SASE and WWC capabilities that fulfill new carrier cloud-native edge demands. Futurum’s Ron Westfall explains how carrier demand for secure networks and solutions that deploy across converged networks is burgeoning as work-from-home (WFH), remote learning, and the rapid growth of 5G are escalating network bandwidth demands and introducing new security challenges. Westfall is also bullish on the resultant portfolio differentiation and capabilities for Benu as a result of this upgrade.