An Overview of CENXProviding an overview of CENX, which bridges the gap between legacy systems, SDN, and NFV
Service Assurances Solutions for Mobile, Wireline, and Cloud Data Center Service Providers
For mobile, wireline, and cloud data center service providers, a comprehensive service assurance solution is essential to deliver advanced data services with high Quality of Experience (QoE) across complex, multi-vendor infrastructures. CENX, a next-gen software company, is able to provide such a solution with Exanova Service Intelligence, which turns vast amounts of network big data into actionable intelligence. The intelligence enables service providers to dramatically reduce the time needed to operate and troubleshoot their networks, and supports the transition to virtualized (NFV) and software-defined networks (SDN).
The CENX Advantage
At CENX, we believe leading edge, distributed cloud computing technology is the best way to revolutionize the delivery of new data services in the telecom industry. Exanova Service Intelligence is built using state-of-the-art software technologies: distributed database design, client-server architect, functional programming, real-time search methodologies, machine learning, and virtualized computing, all of which combine to provide a highly scalable infrastructure. An infrastructure of this sort is essential to harness telecom big data and perform real-time analytics to drive actionable intelligence.
History of Innovation
In 2009, CENX started as a Carrier Ethernet Neutral Exchange. To fully serve exchange customers, software was developed in-house to automate the manual, time-consuming processes of ordering, provisioning, monitoring, and assuring data connectivity services. Eventually, the benefits of our software were recognized, and in 2012, we pivoted and became a software vendor.
A Global Organization
CENX is a US corporation with key operations in Canada, the UK, Hong Kong, and Singapore. Privately held, CENX solutions are deployed by global Tier 1 telecom providers, including the largest American mobile operators, Ericsson, and PCCW Global. Through its work with MEF, ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) NFV, TM Forum, and Open Networking Forum (ONF), CENX plays a leading role in defining the future of network and service operations.