Mode Autonomous Fabric

Mode Autonomous Fabric

Mode Autonomous Fabric allows service providers to unify their discrete hetero-protocol underlay networks into a single pool of capacity, with guaranteed QoS and SLAs. Mode Autonomous Fabric is a distributed, autonomous control system built from Mode Autonomous Routers using commodity hardware in service provider PoPs. Each Fabric Router makes independent, mathematically optimal routing changes every 150ms.

Discrete physical networks
Step 1: Identify discrete physical networks
Expose logical networks
Step 2: Expose logical networks

This guarantees the most efficient possible use of capacity — including private links to CSPs — driven in real time by customer-centric SLA business logic. Unification and millisecond autonomous control of this pooled capacity simplifies service provider operations, drives profitability, and accelerates business innovation and growth.

Connect logical networks
Step 3: Connect logical networks
Optimal performance, unified capacity
Step 4: Realize Optimal performance, unified capacity
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