The CTO Perspective
Chief Technical Officer
Network Technology Is Particularly Important to Our Research and Development
At CSPs worldwide, CTOs are looking to implement the next generation technology and architecture – and there is always something new.
One key concern of CTOs is often the consolidation of services and simultaneous elimination of technical debt required to support legacy systems. While we also support older telecoms protocols, like INAP and CAMEL, we are also experts at migrating services from multiple legacy platforms to one T-LCAP instance.
Low Code Empowers the CTO and Adds Value to the CSP Network
Telecoms low code enables you to implement and continually evolve your network services agilely and flexibly. It facilitates the opening of network resources via APIs as well as the integration with third-party systems. Above all, it makes it much easier to realize state-of-the-art business and consumer services, adding value to your CSP network instead of moving the value out to third-party OTT products.
Network Function Virtualization for
Value-Added Telecoms Services
In this e-book, we explain the following elements of network function virtualization and make recommendations where appropriate:
- ETSI NFV Standard Architecture
- Element Management System
- Network function virtualization infrastructure (NFVI)
- Virtualization Layer, Virtual Machines and Hypervisors
- Virtualized Infrastructure Managers
- VNF Managers
- Artifact Lifecycle Management and CI/CD
- Tools for Monitoring, Logging and Observability of Virtual Network Functions
- Containerization and its Importance in Edge Computing
Estimated Reading Time: 24 minutes (20 pages)