Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Amartus Bridges from OSS to Software Defined Services

Amartus, a developer of automated service delivery software based in Dublin, Ireland, introduced its Chameleon software-defined service orchestration (SDS) solution for on-demand network services.

 Amartus said its Chameleon SDS software is designed to support rapid rollout, provisioning and operation of network services over existing networks (Carrier Ethernet, IP-MPLS and optical), and future SDN and NFV networks.   The goal is to help service providers turn up new services in a matter of minutes.

Service features include service design, discovery, provisioning, inventory, assurance and OAM. Network features include network discovery, inventory, performance, fault and configuration.  API features include support of open standards for easy integration with existing northbound systems, partner systems and network aware application.

“Carriers’ business success is defined by service velocity, service differentiation and operational efficiency,” said Michael Kearns, president and CEO of Amartus “Chameleon SDS is the one solution that addresses all three of these and enables service providers to quickly outpace the competition.”

Chameleon SDS is now available for trials or implementation.


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