RAD joins networking ecosystem
Oct 03, 2013 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) --
Service assured access solutions provider RAD and software-defined networking provider Cyan (NYSE: CYNI) have announced that RAD has joined the Cyan Blue Orbit ecosystem of partners focused on delivering real-world, multi-vendor SDN and network functions virtualization (NFV) applications.
RAD's joining of Blue Orbit follows the recent completion by Cyan of end-to-end Ethernet services provisioning and "one-click OAM" as well as alarms and topology support for the RAD ETX-2. This integration enables network operators to have visibility and management of RAD platforms through Cyan's Blue Planet SDN Platform.
Blue Orbit was formed in June 2013 to demonstrate interoperability among SDN solutions from an array of partners to lessen the risk network operators would otherwise face and accelerate the delivery of production SDN and NFV use cases. Blue Orbit partners provide applicable solution elements to Cyan's California-based Blue Orbit Lab. From this facility, Cyan, Blue Orbit partners, and customers are able to test and demonstrate SDN and NFV solutions.
Cyan enables network transformation. For more information, visit www.cyaninc.com or follow Cyan on Twitter at twitter.com/CyanNews.
RAD Data Communications provides service assured access solutions that reduce operational complexity and improve service profitability for retail, wholesale and mobile service providers, as well as evolutional migration solutions for service providers and power and transportation utilities, facilitating a smooth, secure and cost-effective transition to packet-based networks. The company's website is at www.rad.com
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