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Simplify and Automate for Enhanced Service Agility

The telecoms industry has seen increased levels of consolidation in the past 12-18 months with a number of high profile mergers and acquisitions taking place. Operators are diversifying product lines to encompass multiple industry verticals, with a prime example seeing fixed operators acquiring mobile players to offer comprehensive multiplay services; while ISPs are also becoming increasingly active in the home television market by acquiring TV programming rights and offering new on-demand services.

SDN: Discover How to Save Money and Generate New Revenue

Software Defined Networking (SDN) has brought with it the expectation of reduced network complexity and a reduction in operational cost. This all stems from a fundamental abstraction of traditional control functions from network forwarding devices, such as switches and routers. The prospect of lower cost comes from the simplification of networking hardware, and the use of lower-priced, mass produced hardware performing forwarding functions.

Blue Planet network orchestration software

The Blue Planet whitepaper provides a high-level view of the Blue Planet network virtualization and service orchestration software. Extract: Orchestrate and manage services from end-to-end across both physical and virtual domains with Ciena’s award-winning Blue Planet network orchestration software. Blue Planet reduces operational costs by abstracting network complexity and drives greater competitive advantage through a […]

The growing market for OSS-as-a-Service in telecommunications

As Communications service providers (CSPs) move towards offering more non-traditional, digital services and new business models to become Digital service providers (DSPs), they need to make their networks and software platforms more open and programmable. CSPs are starting to evolve their networks and to consolidate their operations in a move towards more agile operations models. […]

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