InfoVista Joins Wind River Titanium Cloud Ecosystem and HP OpenNFV
July 10, 2015
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InfoVista has joined the carrier-grade Wind River Titanium Cloud ecosystem. This partnership will enable service providers to quickly and easily deploy InfoVista’s application performance guarantee virtual engines, which will accelerate the time-to-revenue of their application-aware network service portfolio in environments based on network functions virtualization (NFV).

Through the Titanium Cloud ecosystem, Wind River collaborates with industry-leading hardware and software companies to ensure the delivery of optimized, validated and pre-integrated solutions to help accelerate time-to-market for service providers and telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMs) deploying infrastructure based on NFV. Service providers and TEMs can confidently select these products knowing that they are pre-integrated and validated with Titanium Server and ready for deployment in live networks.

By joining the Wind River Titanium Cloud ecosystem, InfoVista has put itself in the best seat to help communications service providers (CSPs) and IT-intensive enterprises successfully transition to NFV environments. InfoVista’s new virtual engine integrates Ipanema’s leading application visibility and control, WAN optimization, dynamic WAN selection and network rightsizing functionalities together on a single, centrally controllable, virtual platform.

The company also recently joined the HP OpenNFV application partner program to help CSPs assure application-aware network service performance and quality over virtualized and dynamic networks for their enterprise customers.

NFV is part of an overall industry transformation towards network and IT infrastructure virtualization. Operators are looking to the technology as a means to increase service agility, network elasticity and scalability, allowing them to accelerate the delivery of innovative services at software-related operational costs, while ensuring an optimal quality of experience (QoE) and protecting their revenue streams.

The HP OpenNFV platform provides resources to help accelerate the design, proof-of-concept, trial and deployment of new cloud-enabled network services and innovations, while lowering capital and operating expenditures (CAPEX/OPEX) and reducing business risks.

By joining this partner ecosystem, InfoVista offers its Ipanema application performance guarantee solution, the solution of choice for industry-leading CSPs such as OBS and BT, as a virtual, fully tested, HP-compliant NFV solution. This will help CSPs to further deliver high-performing and differentiated application-aware network services to their enterprise customers that are virtualizing their communications and IT infrastructures.

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