Scientists from AT&T,
The prototype was built with contributions and expertise from AT&T,
AT&T was responsible for developing the overall networking architecture for this concept, drawing on its industry leadership in bandwidth-on-demand (BoD) technologies and advanced routing concepts.
Cloud computing already has widespread impact across how we access today s applications, resources, and data. Today s traditional cloud computing model is built on the premise of automation and lower operational costs, which requires dynamic provisioning of resources. However, the traditional cloud-to-cloud network is static and creating it is labor intensive, expensive and time consuming.
In response to the rapid advent of cloud-based services and explosion in data center size and scope, Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) have installed automatic and intelligent resource management systems within their data centers. For example, these systems can load balance both processor and storage resources, as well as perform massive transfers of data among multiple data centers.
These shifts have driven the need to develop rapid and high rate bandwidth-on-demand in the Wide Area Network (WAN), said
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