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CENX: Change your view of the network
For service operators contending with escalating demand and increasingly complex network, CENX provides a unique, scalable solution that integrates all of the network’s data into a single pane, in real time, so operators can pinpoint and prevent faults, optimize capacity, and spot new opportunities.
The dynamic nature of virtualized networks requires new approaches to orchestrating and assuring services. At MEF17, Chris Purdy joined a panel of industry experts to discuss key innovations related to automated, virtualized networks powered SDN, NFV, and LSO.
Network functions virtualization is changing the way networks are managed and how services are delivered to customers. But a key piece to the puzzle is being able to monitor virtual network functions to assure service quality across the network.
Networks are becoming more dynamic and complex as many service providers make the shift towards virtualizing their network services. To overcome these challenges and make NFV a success, services providers must take a more “local” approach to their operations.
Chris Purdy and Appledore Research Group’s Grant Lenahan sit down with TelecomTV’s Tony Poulos to discuss the impact of NFV on the telecom industry and how service providers can prepare their networks.
CENX’s President and CEO, Ed Kennedy, discusses his telecoms background, as well as his priorities for the company as we continue to serve the world’s largest telecommunication service providers.
In order to have service assurance solutions which can be easily deployed and implemented by service providers, standards need to be defined. Chris Purdy discusses why getting these standards locked down are going to have a major impact on service providers.
For service providers trying to get ahead of their network, assuring end-to-end services should not be an afterthought. Chris Purdy highlights the importance of assuring services across combined physical and virtualized infrastructure.
Chris Purdy sits down with TelecomTV to discuss the challenge of assuring services across combined physical and virtual networks within a single provider, and assuring services that are orchestrated across multiple providers.
Chris Purdy sits down with TelecomTV to discuss the importance of MEF’s LSO Reference Architecture and development of standardized, open APIs for orchestrating and assuring services over both physical and virtual networks.
CENX’s Oscar Torres had the opportunity to sit down with TeleSemana during LTE Latin America to discuss what our software offers service providers in the region. [SPANISH]
CENX’s Paul McCluskey and Mitel’s Ian Pattison discuss the essential nature of ecosystems to deliver network functions and service assurance.
While at GEN14. CENX’s Director of Business Development sat down with Converge Digest’s Jim Carroll to give his take on how service lifecycle automation tools are taking a big step forward.
Chris Purdy was asked, “what is your definition of MEF Forum’s Third Network?”. Watch to find out his response.
Nan Chen was asked, “what is your definition of MEF Forum’s Third Network?”. Watch to find out his response.
Mobile World Congress (MWC) 14 has come to an end and the telecom world is buzzing from a whirlwind week. After an action-packed four days at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain, CENX would like to share our experience with you!
Watch Chris Purdy, give a presentation during SDN & OpenFlow World Congress how service providers are differentiating their service offering with on-demand quality assured connectivity, customer’s expectations for self-service interfaces, and the need to orchestrate services end-to-end across SDN, NFV, and physical infrastructure.
Chris Purdy discusses why Carrier Ethernet is on a massive uptake trajectory, explores the challenges of orchestrating off-net circuit services, and highlights the need for a next-generation service orchestration solution that enables critical inter-carrier use cases such as audit and inventory, ordering, fault isolation, and SLA management.
While Carrier Ethernet is experiencing explosive global demand, service providers, access vendors and cloud exchange providers do experience some pain. Chris Purdy explains how our solution solves their challenges.