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Hudson Fiber Network Deploys Atrinet's NetACE

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HOD HASHARON, Israel -- Atrinet Ltd., a leading provider of multi-vendor network transformation solutions, today announced that it has been selected by Hudson Fiber Network (HFN) to deploy NetACE, its innovative vendor-agnostic model-driven network orchestration, automation, and discovery platform.

HFN, the premier data transport provider offering high-bandwidth, low-latency fiber networking solutions for financial, content, carrier and enterprise customers, selected the Israeli company for its commitment to delivering innovative services in the most reliable, efficient and fastest way, further expanding its position as a market leader.

Atrinet's NetACE platform will enable HFN to achieve state-of-the-art understanding of hybrid legacy and SDN & NFV environments. Its committed roadmap addresses the needs of service providers in accelerating complex transition projects.

"During evaluation and analysis, Atrinet proved to have an excellent understanding of our specific business challenges and the best designed solution to support our network transformation," said Keith Muller, COO at HFN. "We are confident that Atrinet Team and the NetACE platform will support our growth plans and contribute to helping us fulfill our mission of providing high quality communications services for our customers."

"We are pleased that HFN has placed its trust in Atrinet and has selected our NetACE platform to help transform their network into a multi-vendor with the ability to be programmable across both legacy and next generation domains," said Ohad Kamer, CMO at Atrinet. "We look forward to working with HFN and establishing a long-term trustful relationship between the two companies."

With Atrinet's NetACE, HFN will gain complete network visibility and analysis through a discovery of all their network assets and services. NetACE delivers a single standard-based API for seamless automation of network services in real-time, across legacy and next generation network equipment and applications. NetACE enables seamless upgrade from legacy EMS/NMS systems, thus simplifying HFN's operations and reducing costs.

Using its built-in model-driven service/vendor migration utility, NetACE will be the key enabler in the HFN's transition from legacy toward SDN and NFV networks.

Atrinet Ltd.
Hudson Fiber Network

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