Productization & Monetization of SDN
With the advent of the SDN/NFV revolution, the industry is inevitably transforming towards a paradigm which is a more innovative business and operational model:
- Real-time services provisioning
- On-demand services definition & development
- Integrated automation & data across service offerings
- Instant monitoring, control, billing, & management
- Independent of vendor & abstracted from provider
- Integration between legacy OSS/BSS, new SDN/NFV offerings, and telecom hardware infrastructure
While the industry has been heavily Southbound focused – with network controller automation – the true value with SDN/NFV is realized when Northbound Innovation is applied to the top layer of LSO Automation, Service Providers achieve new streams of revenue and enterprise customers gain control.
Your Audience Awaits
Imagine selling your customers the ability to back-up their services only when they need it or by providing your customer the capability to purchase bandwidth-on-demand within minutes instead of weeks or months.
Customer self-service activation provides enterprises real-time provisioning, billing, management and integrated automation across service offerings.
New Revenue Opportunities
A proven and practical framework for helping Service Providers productize and monetize SDN/NFV capabilities to develop and launch new products.
Abstraction of OSS/BSS Services enables Bandwidth-on-Demand that provides a modular, fungible, API-driven and integration-ready platform.
Vendor Agnostic Solutions
Agnostic to network, hardware, software and virtualization capabilities with open standards / open source technologies, including ONOS and OpenDaylight.
A hybrid cloud management solution must enable in-house IT teams to administer, deploy and configure private and public resources with ease.
Most of the world’s networks are built in the in the old school – old style, with complex networks and processes. Enterprise companies have to have a big network in order to support what they want to do.
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