Sedona NetFusion enables CSPs to embrace digital transformation and prosper from 4G and 5G digital services by moving from process-driven, manual networks to data-driven, fully autonomous networks.
Operators are increasingly embracing software-defined networking (SDN) across their networks, from data centres to wide-area networks (WANs) and the customer edge, as part of their automation journeys.
Telecoms.com catches up with Sedona CTO Ori Gerstel at MWC19 to discuss the company’s selection by Vodafone and their role in the SDN architecture.
In his talk at Layer123’s SDN NFV World Congress 2018, CTO Ori Gerstel describes how CSPs can effectively compete in the digital era with network intelligence and automation.
Analyst Sterling Perrin writes about the requirements and benefits of delivering automation in the carrier WAN, with a focus on the IP and optical layers andas the value of software-based coordination between the layers using SDN.
In this demo, Sedona CTO and co-founder Ori Gerstel shows Light Reading Editor-in-Chief Ray Le Maistre how NetFusion enables service providers to get the most out of their network – especially during times of high traffic.
In this Light Reading Telecom Innovator’s Showcase, Sedona Founder & CTO Ori Gerstel sat down with Ray Le Maistre, Light Reading’s Editor-in-Chief. The two discussed Sedona’s network and automation platform, NetFusion, and how NetFusion is used to speed up and get better accuracy in network mergers and migrations.
This white paper examines how the control hierarchy for SDN networks is converging toward a three-tier structure, with a service orchestrator, a network controller, and multiple domain controllers. The benefits are plenty, including faster innovation, a stable ecosystem of collaborating parties, and flexibility to replace building blocks with minimal effort and without vendor lock-in.
In this video, CTO Ori Gerstel sits down with Glenn Wellbrock, Verizon’s director of optical transport planning, to discuss the practical challenges and significant value of introducing accurate discovery and automation into a Tier-1 service provider network.
Selecting the right IP/optical network controller is critical for end-to-end service delivery in a multi-layer, multi-vendor, multi-domain network. This technical brief goes over the most important questions we suggest service providers ask suppliers when determining whether the solution can truly deliver comprehensive, accurate visibility and control.