UBIqube announces its SDN Orchestration Suite
UBIqube, a leading vendor in the Next Generation Telecom Management Software Industry, expands it’s MSActivator unified management framework to support OpenFlow Devices as the industry transitions to SDN Architectures.
The Software Defined Networking (SDN) vision is driven by the explosion of virtualization in the cloud, bringing a new demand for flexibility in control and management across the entire network.
UBIqube today announces its SDN orchestration suite, leveraging the existing SDN capabilities of its MSActivator controller to support Openflow devices.
Benefiting from years of experience in service delivery, order orchestration and device management, UBIqube designed its MSActivator OSS suite as a multitenant, multivendor and multi protocol management framework. [/color]
By adding Openflow support in its southbound interface, the MSActivator bridges the gaps between cloud management (virtual appliances, hypervisor), Openflow aware devices and legacy network equipments.
Via its Object Based Management Framework (OBMF), the MSActivator™ provides an open mediation layer for applications that can be consumed through the northbound API to easily control physical devices or cloud virtual machines.
It also eases SDN deployments and adoption by providing an abstraction layer to support hybrid environments composed of SDN capable devices and legacy network equipments.As a Software Defined Networking (SDN) orchestrator the MSActivator exposes a technology independent mediation layer resulting in the following benefits:
- Optimize network usage
- Improve workflow automation and element management
- Rapid delivery of new network capabilities and services
- Easy integration of new vendor devices and protocols (SDK)
- Streamline order to cash
- Lower service operation cost
- Protect investments by supporting SDN now and future variation
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