At Overture, we are at the cutting edge of network virtualization strategies and technologies. This enables us to deliver the very latest in SDN and NFV orchestration to communication service providers (CSPs). Using our award-wining virtualization software and hardware products, along with our relationships with our Harmony Partners, we enable our customers to gain substantial returns on their network investments.
Explore the pages listed below to learn more about the virtualization strategies and advantages Overture Networks brings to CSPs worldwide.
As demand for data and bandwidth continues to explode, communication service providers (CSPs) are seeing their traditional sources of revenue rapidly decline. Generating new revenue sources in an age of ubiquitous broadband connectivity and never-ending content sources requires new ways of doing business. Enter virtualization technologies that enable the cost-effective deployment of new services in a fraction of the time.
Today’s rigid network architectures often require expensive, dedicated hardware appliances to handle predetermined traffic levels. Adding new functions and services requires extensive planning, time, hardware, and personnel onsite at consumer premises. With NFV and vCPE offerings from Overture, network functions and services can be virtualized to facilitate flexibility, scalability, and reduced costs.
Adapting network and service resources to ever-changing demands creates a range of benefits for CSP, including reduced costs, enhanced scalability, and faster service roll-out. By decoupling services from physical infrastructure, NFV and SDN enable the flexibly to deliver services that dynamically adjust to capacity needs from changes in traffic levels—all while providing the continuous optimization of available resources.
Proprietary hardware and software found in legacy network architectures can leave CSPs feeling trapped and unable to leverage new network technologies, such as NFV and SDN. With Overture Ensemble, CSPs can leverage an open architecture and a collaborative ecosystem that allows them to select a best-of-breed solution without the need for proprietary hardware.