Türk Telekom has become the first company in the world to choose Software Defined Network Enabled Broadband Access (SEBA) technology.
Quoting a statement by the company, Hurriyet reports that SEBA is a technology that saves resources and provides a better management by enabling the internet distribution devices at homes, buildings, streets and neighbourhoods to get smart with local software and managed remotely.
It adds that Türk Telekom’s subsidiary Argela and its US-based affiliate firm, Netsia, carried out IPTV and voice service tests using SEBA technology with a group of customers in Turkey. SEBA works on virtual servers of telecom operators, and by reducing the cost of hardware infrastructure.
SEBA was developed through a joint work of the world’s leading technology companies under the umbrella of the Open Networking Foundation (ONF) platform.