OneAccess Unveils Its NFV Strategy
OneAccess, a global provider of service-enabling network access solutions, has unveiled its service migration strategy to enable Service Providers to practically and efficiently implement the delivery of virtualized services, taking into account their existing IT environment.
“OneAccess’ focus on serving the specific needs of operators and CSPs has enabled us to respond to their requirements for a steady and sensible migration path,” explains Pravin Mirchandani, CMO and NFV evangelist, OneAccess. “We help by minimizing the risk of introducing new virtualized services as the migration can run in tandem with their existing OSS and organizational processes.”
OneAccess’ strategy enables operators to introduce NFV gradually, leveraging existing provisioning services where necessary, yet is designed to enable full virtualized automation for even complex service types in an open and operationally practical way. New virtualized network functions (VNFs) can in effect be activated and chained to today’s legacy services. This service migration approach avoids the leap-of-faith pitfall of alternative green field approaches.