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SDNとNFV市場、予測、ネットワーク事業者への影響 2015-2020年

Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Market, Forecasts, and Impact on Network Operators 2015 - 2020

 

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Overview:

Software defined networking (SDN) and virtualization are poised to transform network and service architecture thanks to improvements in technologies that offer improved performance and lower costs.  As the border between Cloud Computing and network infrastructure continues to blur, so does the demarcation between the network as a whole and those network elements (servers, terminals, etc.) that comprise the network. 

Communications Service Providers (CSP) will benefit from improved economics brought forth by Network Function Virtualization (NFV) as carriers leverage CPU virtualization and other Cloud techniques to migrate previously expensive network functions to cheaper general-purpose hardware running virtual machines.

This research evaluates the technologies, market drivers and outlook for SDN and NFV in telecommunications networks.  The report assesses the implications for SDN and NFV on the telecom ecosystem and analyzes the impact of different approaches.  The report includes market forecasts for SDN and NFV from 2015 through 2020.  All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Key Findings: 

  • NFV revenues will reach $ 8.7 Billion by the end of 2020
  • Pilot and trial SDN installations will predominate through 2016
  • Carrier grade SDN will reach to $3 billion with a CAGR of  45.9%
  • Enterprise grade SDN will reach to near $8 billion value with a CAGR of  56.5%
  • Mind Commerce sees the SDN market reaching $ 11.3 billion by 2020 with a CAGR of 53%
  • The overall global market for NFV will grow at a CAGR of 83.1% between 2015 and 2020

Target Audience:

  • Network operators
  • SDN solution providers
  • Cloud-based service providers
  • Virtualization solution providers
  • Telecom infrastructure providers
  • Network infrastructure providers
  • Cloud and virtualized datacenters
  • NFV technology/solution vendors
  • OSS/BSS and optimization companies
  • Telecom service providers of all types
  • Digital content and application providers
  • Application developers and API companies
  • Managed communications services companies


目次

Table of Contents

1              Introduction       10
2              Executive Summary        11
2.1          Global SDN Markets: 2015 - 2020               12
2.1.1      Key Highlights of 2015 - 2020       12
2.2          Global NFV Market 2015 - 2020  15
2.2.1      Key NFV Trends through 2020    16
3              Overview            18
3.1          What is a Network?        20
3.2          Industry Trends in Network Infrastructure           21
3.2.1      Legacy Networking Environment Is Incapable of Elastic Networking Demand       22
3.2.2      Converged Data Traffic a New Challenge               22
3.2.3      A Need for Dynamic Networking Is Growing        23
3.2.4      Scalability Is a New Challenge For IT Teams          23
3.2.5      Lack of Flexible Hardware at Peak Times               24
3.2.6      Increasing Network Utilization needs more NICs               24
3.2.7      Evolution of Standards for Converging IT and Telecommunication Services           25
3.2.8      Telecom Operators Look For Ease of Multivendor Purchase and Interoperability                26
3.3          Upcoming Solutions to Resolve Networking Challenges 28
3.3.1      Network Virtualization  28
3.3.2      Network Function Virtualization                29
3.3.3      Software Defined Network (SDN)            30
3.4          Comparison between NV, NFV and SDN               32
3.5          How SDN Differs from NV and NFV          32
1.1.1      SDN & NFV         33
3.5.1      SDN Is not a Virtualization Technology    35
3.5.2      SDN vs. Network Virtualization  36
3.6          Benefits of Next Generation Networking Solutions          37
3.6.1      Reduction in Capital and Operational Costs          37
3.6.2      Increased Business Agility and Control   37
1.1.2      Flexibility to Leverage Datacenter into Cloud Infrastructure         38
3.7          Software Defined Networking (SDN) Solution    38
3.8          Fitment of SDN in Changing Networking Needs 39
3.9          History of SDN Evolution               40
3.10        The Three Models of SDN            42
3.11        Standard SDN Architecture          42
3.12        Key Components of SDN Architecture    45
3.12.1    SDN Controller  45
3.12.1.1                Opensource SDN Controllers      46
3.12.1.2                Commercial SDN Controllers       49
3.12.2    Southbound and Northbound APIs          50
1.1.3      Southbound APIs             51
1.1.3.1   OpenFlow           52
1.1.3.2   NETCONF            53
1.1.3.3   ForCES  54
1.1.3.4   PECP      55
1.1.4      Northbound APIs             55
3.12.3    Common language APIs for SDN and NFV             55
1.2          Migrating to the SDN      57
4              Software Defined Everything     60
4.1          Software Defined Data Center (SDDC)   60
4.2          Software-Defined Storage           62
4.3          Software-Defined Telecom Networks    64
4.4          Software-Defined Machines: The Internet of Things       67
5              SDN Solutions for Enterprise and Network Operators     69
5.1          Enterprise SDN 69
1.3          Carrier SDN         72
5.2          Enterprise SDN vs. Carrier SDN  74
5.3          SDN Global Markets: 2015-20     75
5.3.1      SDN Pilot Projects from 2014 and Trials through 2020       76
5.3.2      Through 2020 SDN will Experience a Major Market in Greenfield Deployments   77
5.4          Markets for Prominent SDN Enterprise Use Cases 2015 - 2020     78
5.5          Future Prospects in SDN market               82
6              Key Market Trends in the SDN   84
6.1          SDN will play a Key Role in the Deployment of Software Defined Datacenters     84
6.2          SDN, Carriers, and Virtualization                87
6.3          SDN is a Business Driver for Network Operators                89
6.4          Software-Defined Machines: The Internet of Things       92
7              SDN Strategies: Vendor Landscape          93
1.4          Proprietary SDN Controller Deployment                94
1.5          SDN Mergers and Acquisitions   95
1.6          Joint Ventures and Partnerships               96
7.1          Key Companies and Solution Providers  97
1.7          Comparative Analysis     98
7.1.1      Architecture Issues         101
7.1.2      API Management            101
7.1.3      SDN Security      102
7.2          Key Companies and Solutions    104
7.2.1      Alcatel-Lucent (Nuage Networks)            104
7.2.2      Arista Networks               105
7.2.3      Avaya    106
7.2.4      Big Switch Networks       107
7.2.5      Brocade/Vyatta                107
7.2.6      Ciena     108
7.2.7      Cisco      109
7.2.8      ConteXtream     112
7.2.9      Cyan      112
7.2.10    Dell        113
7.2.11    Ericsson                115
7.2.12    Hitachi  115
7.2.13    Huawei 116
7.2.14    HP          117
7.2.15    IBM        118
7.2.16    Intel       119
7.2.17    Juniper 120
7.2.18    Oracle   121
7.2.19    Plexxi    122
7.2.20    Pluribus                122
1.7.1      VMware              122
8              Challenges, Drivers, and Opportunities in SDN    124
8.1          Implementation Considerations for SDN               126
8.2          Architecture Issues         127
8.3          API Management            127
8.4          SDN Security      128
8.5          Carrier SDN Challenges and Opportunities            129
8.6          Key SDN Drivers and Opportunities         132
8.7          SDN Controller Deployment        134
8.8          SDNs and Programmable Networking and Application Policy        135
8.8.1      Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (APIC) 136
8.8.2      Why Application Policy is Important         136
8.9          Opportunities in Development of Northbound APIs        137
8.9.1      Application Use Cases    137
8.9.2      Open vs. Proprietary Northbound APIs  139
9              NFV Concept, Role and Key Benefits       142
9.1          Concept of NFV                142
9.2          Features of NFV               143
9.3          Role of NFV        144
9.4          Key Benefits that Address NFV  144
10           NFV Architectural Framework and Use Cases      147
10.1        NFV Reference Architectural Framework              148
10.2        NFV Infrastructure (NFVI)            154
10.2.1    VNF Forwarding Graph (VNF FG)              157
10.3        NFV Proofs of Concept (PoC)     158
10.4        NFV Use Cases  163
10.4.1    Service Chaining of NFs for Carriers         163
10.4.2    Multi-vendor Distributed NFV    164
10.4.3    NFV IaaS              164
11           Network Function Virtualization (NFV) Industry Status   167
11.1        Key Developments and Deployments of NFV     167
11.1.1    Nokia Networks Shipped First Commercial NFV Solution                167
11.1.2    Huawei Leads Telco Transformation via Commercial Deployments of SDN and NFV           168
11.1.3    Dell introduced NFV starter Kit in October 2014  169
11.1.4    Alcatel-Lucent Portfolio of Virtualized Mobile Network Function Applications      169
11.1.5    Radisys Launched T-100 Series for Virtualized Data Plane for NFV              170
11.1.6    Amdocs launched Network Cloud Service Orchestrator  170
11.1.7    Ericson Launched an OPNFV Certification Program           171
11.1.8    Telefónica and NEC Showcased Residential vCPE on NFV Platform            171
11.2        NFV Trials in 2014             172
11.2.1    Telekom Austria Group among the First Operators in Europe to Present NFV Trial             172
11.2.2    Telekom Austria Group Trials NFV-based IMS with Project Clearwater    172
11.2.3    NTT DoCoMo Conducts NFV Trials with Different Combination of Six vendors      173
11.2.4    KT and Alcatel-Lucent to run NFV Trials in Korea                173
11.3        Schedule of ETSI NFV Releases  174
11.3.1    Finalized and Published Works on NFV at ETSI    174
11.3.2    Works to be completed on NFV at ETSI  176
11.4        OPNFV: Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects               178
11.5        CloudNFV Consortium   179
12           NFV Business Case          183
12.1        Background:       183
12.2        Solution:              184
12.3        Necessity of NFV             184
12.4        Benefits of implementing NFV   186
12.4.1    CAPEX / OPEX Reduction              186
12.4.2    Improved Time to Market            186
12.4.3    Improved Scalability of Services and Network Topology 186
12.4.4    Energy Reduction and Improved Operational Efficiency 187
12.5        Challenges in Implementing NFV              187
13           NFV Global Markets 2015 - 2020                190
13.1        State of the NFV Market in 2014               191
13.2        NFV Markets 2015 through 2020               192
13.2.1    NFV Platforms will be the Entry Point for Hardware Virtualization Vendors           192
13.2.2    Virtual Network Functions Will Lead the Markets in First Half of the Forecast Period         192
13.2.3    The Second Half of Forecasting Period Will See Rise in the Service Based NFV      193
14           NFV Vendor Landscape 196
14.1        Vendor Status   196
14.1.1    6WIND  197
14.1.2    Alcatel-Lucent   198
14.1.3    Amdocs                201
14.1.4    Cisco      201
14.1.5    Connectem        202
14.1.6    ConteXtream     202
14.1.7    Ericsson                203
14.1.8    F5           203
14.1.9    Huawei 205
14.1.10  Intel       206
14.1.11  Juniper 208
14.1.12  NEC        208
14.1.13  NSN       209
14.1.14  Openwave Mobility        209
14.1.15  Skyfire/Opera   209
14.1.16  Oracle   210
14.1.17  RAD Data Communications          210
15           Conclusions and Outlook              212
15.1        Key Issues in an NFV World         215
15.2        What are Key Elements from a Cost/Performance Perspective?                215
15.3        Dimensioning and Elasticity         216
15.4        Transition from Now to New: Fork-lift vs. Selective Implementation        216
15.5        Does NFV help in Content Delivery?        217
15.6        Does NFV help in Contextual Communications? 217
15.7        Will NFV Generate New Revenues, Services, and Applications? 218
15.8        Does NFV open the Industry for Net Gains with Non-traditional telcos? 219
15.9        Could an Enterprise integrate its Cloud/IT Services with NFV and Realize Benefits?           219

Figures

Summary Figure 1: SDN Global Markets: 2015 - 2020        15
Figure 1: Global NFV Markets: 2015 - 2020           16
Figure 2: Relationship between NFV and SDN     35
Figure 3: Standard SDN Architecture       44
Figure 4: Southbound and Northbound APIs       51
Figure 5: SDN APIs           56
Figure 6: NFV Solution Sales Revenue: 2014 - 2019           65
Figure 7: CloudNFV Open Framework     66
Figure 8: The Future of IoT and SDN APIs              68
Figure 9: SDN Global Markets: 2015 - 2020           76
Figure 10: SDN Markets by Pilot and Commercial Deployment 2015 - 2020             77
Figure 11: Global SDN Market by the Use Cases 2015 - 2020         80
Figure 12: Data Centers and Cloud Switching Fabric          86
Figure 13: Cisco SDN Solution Arch           111
Figure 14: SDN Drivers and Opportunities             133
Figure 15: Orchestration and Policy Coordination               135
Figure 16: Northbound API Functions     140
Figure 18: High Level NFV Framework     147
Figure 19: NFV Reference Architectural Framework         149
Figure 20: COTS Hardware in an NFV Setup          151
Figure 21: NFV Infrastructure     155
Figure 22: NFV Infrastructure domains   156
Figure 23: NFV End to End Network         157
Figure 24: CloudNFV Open Framework  181
Figure 25: NFV Deployment by Type 2015 - 2020                195
Figure 26: Cloud Management and Orchestration             200

Tables

Summary Table 1: SDN Global Markets: 2015 - 2020         14
Table 1: Global NFV Markets: 2015 - 2020             15
Table 2: Next Generation Networking Concepts                28
Table 3: Comparison between SDN, NFV and NV               33
Table 4: Benefits of SDN               39
Table 5: Models of SDN 42
Table 6: Comparison of Key Opensource SDN Controllers              48
Table 7: Key Commercial SDN Controllers              50
Table 8: SDN Global Markets: 2015 - 2020              75
Table 9: SDN markets by Pilot and Commercial Deployments 2015 - 2020                77
Table 10: Global SDN Markets by the Use Cases 2015 - 2020         79
Table 11: Recent Acquisitions of SDN Start-ups   95
Table 12: SDN Ecosystem              98
Table 14: Completed PoC: ETSI   160
Table 15: Ongoing PoC: ETSI        162
Table 16: NFV Tasks Completed/Finalized at ETSI               174
Table 17: NFV Tasks in Progress at ETSI   177
Table 18: NFV Markets by Deployment Type 2015 - 2020               194

 

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