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June 16, 2016 03:01 ET

Brocade Wins Best of Show Grand Prize Award for SDI/NFV at Interop Tokyo 2016

TOKYO, JAPAN--(Marketwired - Jun 16, 2016) - Brocade today announced that Brocade VNF Manager, a network functions virtualization (NFV) orchestration application based on the OpenStack Tacker Project, has won the Best of Show Grand Prize award at Interop Tokyo 2016, in the category of software-defined infrastructure (SDI)/NFV.

Brocade VNF Manager provides automated NFV orchestration and virtual network functions (VNF) management using standards-based architectures. It helps organizations automate network service delivery while simplifying NFV deployment.

The panel of judges commended Brocade VNF Manager for its pure-play, open-source approach to VNF management and NFV orchestration. The application is available today for easy deployment and integration with existing management tools and OpenDaylight-based SDN controllers.

Interop Tokyo 2016 was held on June 8-10 in Chiba, Japan. Business and technology leaders attend Interop to get the most up-to-date information available on key technologies, learn about the latest trends, and meet with leading vendors.

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