RICHARDSON, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fujitsu has successfully demonstrated network data collection and analytics to drive SDN-controlled service assurance in a Proof of Concept (PoC) that will debut this week at the MEF17 conference. The PoC, a joint collaboration with fellow ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform) members, advances the creation of a global ecosystem of interconnected networks that support agile, assured, and orchestrated services.
In the Orange domain of the PoC, Fujitsu along with Amdocs provided Layer 2 (Ethernet) closed loop dynamic bandwidth adjustment, driven by real time network analytics through a custom microservice. Automatic bandwidth adjustment is a key tool in delivering an optimal enterprise customer experience.
- Fujitsu leveraged its Virtuora® Multivendor SDN Controller and 1FINITY™ Switch, Lambda and Transport series blades to demonstrate SDN control of Layer 2 Ethernet Services and Layer 0-1 Open ROADM networking.
- Fujitsu created a network analytics microservice interfacing to ONAP to demonstrate real time Layer 2 service assurance. The OpenDaylight-based, multivendor Virtuora was key to enabling the integration with ONAP pre-release code and the MEF LSO framework.
“We’re excited to see our members work together on PoCs to deliver new levels of automation and streamlined service creation. Just six months ago this degree of SDN/NFV innovation would not have been possible. That’s the power of combining resources and collaborating across 55 members that represent 55 percent of the world’s mobile subscribers.”
- Arpit Joshipura, general manager of networking & orchestration, The Linux Foundation
“As a member of ONAP, Fujitsu is committed to driving the migration toward a software-centric industry, to enable simplified service creation and full automation. This PoC demonstrates that the vision of service delivery - on-demand, over any network – will soon be a reality.”
- Rod Naphan, SVP and chief technology officer at Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc.
To view the Service-on-Demand PoC, and learn how Fujitsu is facilitating open platforms, visit the MEF Proof of Concept Showcase and Fujitsu booth #504 at the MEF17 Conference in Orlando, November 14-15.
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