Carrier-Grade Scalability for Service Providers

Simplified and fully virtualized load balancing with industry-first “Smart IP” feature that helps deliver superior performance and security across your network

Enea’s Virtual Load Balancer (vLB) is a fully virtualized software-based load balancer that distributes IP traffic across multiple application servers based on configurable load, availability, and policy. It provides carrier-grade horizontal scalability to address Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and Internet Service Providers (ISP) network services demands to scale up in 5G environments.

vLB replaces traditional appliance-based load balancing hardware and ADCs while delivering superior performance, scalability, and a choice of flexible network insertion options.

With an industry-first Smart IP feature, vLB reduces operational overheads for managing multiple servers with multiple IP addresses, thus simplifying your infrastructure.

This means there is no longer any need to make a trade-off between scalability and stickiness as the Enea vLB provides cost-effective horizontal scalability with a stateless design and at the same time offers true end-to-end stickiness for the Application Servers and Operator Access Routers.

Enea vLB offers:

To learn about these features in detail and request a demo, get our datasheet (see below)

An exclusive report from leading industry analyst firm LightCounting examines the pitfalls of traditional mobile core application load balancers. It explains how the Enea's Virtual Load Balancer with its "Smart IP" feature simplifies routing and helps avoid the trade-off between horizontal scalability and stickiness.

Watch the video below to learn more:

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5G Capacity & Load Balancing

Why a new take on a core function is needed

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Virtual Load Balancer (vLB)

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