Symphony Offers End-to-End Provisioning, Activation and Assurance of Scalable Carrier Ethernet Business Services from Access to an International MPLS Backbone
- Symphony to unify service and network management, reducing operational costs
- Vocus to centrally manage thousands of multi-vendor CE switches and MPLS routers
- Vocus to improve service delivery agility and service lead times
SYDNEY & PLEASANTON, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--WebNMS, a leading provider of scalable software platforms for multi-vendor network management and IoT solutions, today announced that Vocus Communications (ASX:VOC) has selected itsSymphony Orchestration Platform to manage their multi-vendor, international business service network. The platform was selected for its unified architecture and independent support of multi-vendor switches and routers, making it easy for Vocus to deliver agile Carrier Ethernet services to its customers.
“We are using the Symphony Orchestration Platform to improve the operational efficiency and agility of our Carrier Ethernet and MPLS networks”
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“We are using the Symphony Orchestration Platform to improve the operational efficiency and agility of our Carrier Ethernet and MPLS networks,” said Luke Mackinnon, CTO at Vocus. “Our networks have been engineered to the highest quality standards in performance and availability. Upgrading our service management with Symphony will help us further improve service delivery to our customers with end-to-end service assurance.”
The Symphony Orchestration Platform provides a comprehensive solution for multi-vendor network management and automation applications. By integrating a unified suite of network management tools, multi-vendor network element adapters, an automation framework, visualization tools and standards-based service modeling such as Carrier Ethernet and MPLS, Symphony simplifies and accelerates the deployment of scalable, carrier-grade orchestration. As an open platform, Symphony offers service providers efficiency, flexibility and control in operating multi-vendor networks.
“Vocus is taking full advantage of Symphony’s ability to manage end-to-end, multi-vendor networks,” said Prabhu Ramachandran, director of WebNMS. “They will be able to unify their service provisioning, service assurance and reporting applications on a single platform and drive toward on-demand services with its automation capabilities.”
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About Vocus Communications
(ASX:VOC) Vocus Communications is an ASX-listed leading telecommunications provider of data center, dark fiber and international Internet connectivity across Australia, NZ, Singapore and the U.S. The company provides high performance, high availability and highly scalable communications solutions, which allow service providers to quickly and easily deploy new services for their own customer base. For more information about Vocus Communications, please visit www.vocus.com.au/.
WebNMS, the service provider software division of Zoho Corporation, specializes in solutions for multi-vendor network management, service orchestration and IoT/M2M applications. WebNMS markets these solutions as flexible, extensible platforms to network service providers, managed service providers and network equipment vendors. For example, with more than 25,000 deployments across the globe, their flagship WebNMS Framework is the world’s first choice for scalable and reliable multi-vendor management. For more information about WebNMS, please visit www.webnms.com.
WebNMS is a trademark of Zoho Corporation. All other brand names and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
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