The Israeli Drivents technology will be integrated into the infrastructure of the AT&T network

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The American communications giant AT&T announced last night (Monday) that its core network will be based, among other things, on the cloud infrastructure of the Israeli DriveNets. Drivents’ technology will be integrated with that of Broadcom and UfiSpace.

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Drivents was founded by Ido Susan and Hillel Kobrinsky. Susan was one of the founders of Intosel, which developed software for automating network optimization, and which was sold in 2013 to Cisco for $ 475 million. Hillel Kobrinsky was one of the founders of Interview, an Internet conferencing service provider that was sold to AT&T for $ 121 million. The two financed the company in the first years from their private capital, until in February 2019 it raised $ 110 million at a value of half a billion dollars. The company develops software for communications libraries and its main competitor today is Cisco.

Drivents’ cloud network software is software that was born and developed in advance in the cloud world, which turns the physical network into a shared resource, while supporting a large number of network services in the most efficient way.

Ido Susan CEO and Founder of Drivents Photo by Doron Letzer

Ido Susan, CEO of Drivents, said: “The current announcement also proves to those who doubted the distributed network model that our cloud offers more upgrading and scalability options and is more cost effective compared to using hardware-based routers. “DriveNets is changing the world of networks in the same way that VMware has changed the computing and storage industry.”

The company said that its cloud network software offers network service providers and giant network operators a huge capacity and infrastructure on a particularly wide scale, while supporting a small or large network core, decentralization and building service databases. It is the largest distributed cloud router, operating both in the heart of the cloud and at its edge, currently available in the market. The architecture allows support for a single router at a rate of 4Tb / s up to a cluster of “white boxes” routers that operate as a single router that supports a rate of 768 Tb / s – which can support 7680 G100 ports each. This work model is designed to offer both high flexibility in extension and network Haggadah, similar to that of cloud architecture and it provides the ability to add new services and rank them efficiently across the entire network.







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