Ericsson unveils Dynamic Orchestration solution

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

Ericsson has launched its Dynamic Orchestration solution to facilitate the rapid introduction and closed-loop automation of services across physical and virtual networks.

The company said this signifies a strategic move forward in the company's ambition to lead IT transformation services for its customers.

Ericsson Dynamic Orchestration provides a flexible and modular solution for the management of existing technologies while virtualization capabilities are integrated and controlled.

With support for zero-touch automation, rapid provisioning and policy-driven service assurance, Ericson Dynamic Orchestration helps operators achieve faster time to market and superior delivery of new and differentiated services.

"The opportunities offered by virtualization are significant, but due to the complexity, many operators are taking an incremental step-by-step approach to get there,” Ulf Ewaldsson, head of business area digital services at Ericsson.

“Ericsson Dynamic Orchestration enables our customers to excel at traditional services delivery while simultaneously incorporating virtualization capabilities to embrace emerging market and business opportunities driven by 5G and IoT,” said Ewaldsson.

Ericsson Dynamic Orchestration is an end-to-end, automated service orchestration solution that provides rapid validation of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs), design and onboarding of new services, inventory, resource and capacity management, service configuration management and service assurance.

The use of policy and real-time analytics across the lifecycle affords zero-touch operations and is the foundation for SLA compliance.

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