examples of our work
Although carriers have gone some way in orchestrating their own services, inter-carrier network connectivity is still created manually
The challenge: To help define open standard inter-carrier APIs and provide carriers with the capabilities to deliver end-to-end, secure, flexible global services in a snap
ADVA and Amartus open the door to streamlined operations and accelerated service activation with a joint solution using MEF 3.0 LSO Presto API, Amartus’ networking expertise, and ADVA Pro-Vision® advanced SDN orchestration.
The challenge: How to quickly provision services across multi-vendor and technology domains? How to seamlessly integrate hybrid networks?
EXFO and Amartus demonstrate how a combination of advanced orchestration and active testing can speed up delivery of tailored, scaleable services to business customers.
The challenge: How to realize an orchestrated, standardized Carrier Ethernet service with an additional service assurance functionality using LSO-compliant components and NFV technology.
The OpenCS Packet WAN use case focuses on orchestration of MEF Carrier Ethernet 2.0 services using the SDN OpenDaylight controller in combination with CE 2.0 networking devices
The challenge: The goal of this Open project was to deliver a reference implementation of the MEF Lifecycle Service Orchestration (LSO) Presto API on top of the WAN Domain Controller controlling a network segment composed of heterogeneous equipment
A leading Tier 1 Communications Service Provider (CSP) required integration of their orchestrator in a multi-vendor environment
The challenge: The aim was to enable the end customer to manage a comprehensive catalogue of MEF services on top of the existing complex and interdependent infrastructure
Network Equipment Vendors frequently need to comply with the technological requirements imposed by Communication Service Providers (CSPs). They are expected to provide hardware together with software that smoothly blend in the existing, increasingly complex provider infrastructure
The challenge: In this project, a global network equipment vendor asked us to design and develop an application that would allow them to become compliant with YANG/RESTCONF specifications. The aim was to provide the ability to expose part of the customer model via RESTCONF interface
One of our customers has decided to take a step towards the SDN innovation, and integrate the SDN T-API functionality into their existing, flexible network controlling system to make it compliant with the cutting-edge multi-layer SDN architectures.
The challenge: Our customer, a global communications equipment and services supplier, retained us to support their efforts of exposing the SDN Transport Application Programming Interface (T‑API) functionality to their multilayer service management & orchestration system using RESTCONF.