CENX, a next-gen software company offering service assurance solutions for mobile, wireline and cloud data center service providers, announced a new partnership with Verizon at Mobile World Congress. CENX will deliver a unified view of the state of physical and virtual components across multiple Verizon networks and data centers, boosting NFV service assurance with end-to-end visibility.
Operational complexities increase as service providers implement NFV across networks. A singular view, such as that provided by CENX, simplifies those complexities with views of network inventory, service topology, faults, performance, and usage. This information is then correlated with KPIs to generate end-to-end performance monitoring.
Verizon is one of the first global carriers to implement SDN and NFV, and is committed to maintaining high levels of service. CENX’s service assurance capabilities enable Verizon to manage the inherent complexities that come with virtualization while maintaining the company’s high standards for service delivery. By turning network big data into actionable intelligence, CENX enables service providers to reduce the time needed to operate and troubleshoot their networks, and supports the transition to NFV and SDN networks.
CENX and Verizon are in agreement on many of the principles necessary for managing complex dynamic networks at scale. The two companies are jointly focusing on closed loop implementation strategies to help Verizon automate its network and service operations processes.
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For more information on CENX, take a look at this recently released video here. If you’re at Mobile World Congress, stop by booth 2F50 to discuss this news in person or email [email protected] to set up a meeting.