CALLUP reports compliance with NFV architecture

Staff writer
Telco SDN/NFV Asia

Mobile device management and VAS solutions provider CALLUP has announced compliance with the NFV virtualization architecture and the OpenStack open source cloud platform.

This compliance enables mobile operators to deploy new services rapidly on existing equipment without adding dedicated new hardware and to make optimal use of services deployed in the cloud.

NFV (Network Function Virtualization) architecture allows mobile operators to be at the forefront of innovation and to deliver new services with optimal return on investment. It also allows the most efficient use of resources and services, while reducing the time and cost required to deploy them.

Today, an increasing number of mobile operators are adopting virtual architectures and applying virtual networks based on the OpenStack environment, resulting in significant operational savings.

CALLUP said the announcement supports this step and enables operators to accelerate the design, testing and deployment of NFV-based services.

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