Atrinet in the Press
HUDSON FIBER NETWORK TAPS ATRINET’S NETACE FOR NETWORK TRANSITION AND AUTOMATION OF ITS CARRIER CLASS SERVICES
January 31, 2018
NetACE to enable Hudson Fiber Network’s (HFN) network into an agile, multi-vendor, programmable network infrastructure, with on-demand service delivery and rapid onboarding of new technologies
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 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.
Atrinet Pivots, Tackles Hybrid Network Headaches
February 13, 2018
Atrinet faces a challenge familiar to many developers of communications network technology: It believes it has a market-leading, genuinely useful product that would improve the operational performance of its users, but has struggled to convert that belief into market traction and awareness.
Its proposition is certainly one that should resonate with telcos, systems integrators and other networking vendors around the world: That it can enable network operators to manage hybrid networks — a mix of legacy hardware and ‘new age’ virtual functions – using a single software tool that can also work in tandem with OSS systems and SDN controllers.
Hudson Deal Helps Atrinet Swim Upstream
February 13, 2018
Atrinet isn’t a name that springs to mind when considering the current state of the network operator virtualization scene.
The vendor from Tel Aviv, Israel has been plugging away quietly since it was spun off from Nokia Corp. (NYSE: NOK) just over four years ago, developing a network management system that is applicable to multi-vendor hybrid networks, which combine legacy hardware and virtualized functions. In addition, the system can help with the integration of new technologies, including virtual network functions (VNFs) and the introduction of automated network processes.
That’s all incredibly relevant to the current predicament facing communications service providers: A Heavy Reading survey of network operators last year found that the inability of existing management tools to deal with SDN and NFV implementation was the single biggest challenge faced by network operators in terms of progressing their virtualization strategies. And implementing automation is at the top of operator wish lists in 2018.
Partner Communications Selects Atrinet's NetACE Platform to Automate Business and Residential FTTH Service Delivery
September 26, 2017
HOD HASHARON, Israel, Sept. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Atrinet Ltd. announced today that Partner Communications, one of the largest service providers in Israel, has selected Atrinet’s NetACE to provide an efficient way to automate, optimize and assure its network services across multiple network layers and its multi-vendor network equipment.
NetACE will play the pivotal role in the next-generation Partner Communications OSS solution to create seamless real-time network automation and SDN programmability of the Carrier Ethernet and MPLS business network environment. This will accommodate substantial traffic growth and rapid increase in the number of business and residential customers Partner Communications faces today.
Atrinet and Veryx Announce Partnership for Agile, Assured, Lifecycle Service Orchestration
November 07, 2017
ORLANDO, Florida, Nov. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Atrinet, a leading provider of multi-vendor network management and transition solutions, and Veryx, an industry leader in network testing, monitoring and automation, today announced an integrated product partnership that will allow their customers to significantly reduce costs and delivery efforts by automating provisioning, testing and monitoring of new on-demand services such as Carrier Ethernet, L3VPN, SD-WAN, 4G/5G Wireless Front-haul and more.
With the help of Atrinet’s vendor-agnostic, self-customizable network configuration & orchestration platform (NetACE) and Veryx’s service assurance and diagnostics product (SAMTEST), customers will have access to an integrated solution that performs zero touch roll-out, and active monitoring & diagnostics of multiple circuits simultaneously.
Light Reading's BCE Takes the Telecom Revolution Back to Austin
June 24, 2017
NEW YORK, NY — Light Reading’s (www.lightreading.com) Big Communications Event (www.bigcommunicationsevent.com) is heading back to Austin, Texas, on May 15-17. Light Reading’s Big Communications Event (BCE) is the ONE event that unites next-gen communications providers for real-world discussions of the issues critical to their future, including virtualization, cloud, next-gen wireless and back office transformation.
The Big Communications Event brings together the industry’s top network operators with its most dynamic technologists to discuss and debate the issues both driving and challenging the ultimate move to an NFV-enabled cloud running profitable applications and services over an underlying New IP network. BCE also once again features a demo floor including live demos from the world’s leading vendors as well as a Live Interoperability Demo from the New IP Agency.
Devoteam and Atrinet Ltd. seal partnership to
ease business transformation with NetACE
unified network management platform
Israel July 18, 2016
Devoteam GmbH, an international IT consulting and IT services company specialized in the fields of Digital Transformation and Atrinet Ltd. the leading provider of NetACE the innovative orchestration platform capable of supporting policy-based, real-time provisioning and service assurance for both SDN/NFV and legacy networks, announced today the expansion of its partners circle.
Devoteam will use NetACE to enable its customer’s automated deployment and interconnection of all components for the network scenarios as well as network service lifecycle management assuring smooth and low risk migration to the next generation networks while maximizing the greatest benefit possible from their network technology investments.
Through this new partnership, Devoteam professional services will serve customers during their transformation process with NetACE agility, simplified and automated network management capabilities. Atrinet NetACE solution helps companies to gain more control over their network infrastructure and services by providing an end-to-end service orchestration platform capable of supporting policy-based, real-time provisioning and service assurance for both SDN/NFV and legacy networks.
Unified network management system maximises infrastructure utilisation
Israel June 8, 2016
Specialist IP systems integrator three6five has joined forces with Atrinet to provide a single, unified network management solution for complex multi-vendor environments.
Light Reading interview
Israel May 10, 2016
Ray Le Maistre from Light Reading sits down with Roy Silon Atrinet’s VP R&D to discuss Atrinet’s NetACE – Migration to NFV & SDN With NetOps-Driven LSO.
A vendor-neutral Lifecycle Service Orchestration & Assurance platform for CSPs, Enterprises and Network Equipment/Virtual Functions Vendors.
Atrinet in the Open Source MANO project
April 14, 2016
Atrinet is a proud Open Source Mano project participant and contributor.
Open Source Mano is an ETSI-hosted project to develop an Open Source NFV Management and Orchestration (MANO) software stack aligned with ETSI NFV.
The new group, ETSI OSM, will deliver an open source MANO stack using accepted open source tools and working procedures. Closely aligned with the evolution of ETSI NFV and will provide a regularly updated reference implementation of NFV MANO. Open Source MANO will enable an eco-system of NFV solution vendors to rapidly and cost-effectively deliver solutions to their users.
Service Lifecycle Management: Empowering NetOps to Accelerate Service Delivery
LightReading Whitepaper About NetACE
March 1, 2016
Customer experience of network services – how to order them, when they will be delivered, how well and quickly they can be tailored to customer requirements – is now heavily influenced by the digital user experience forged in the Web domain.
Heavy Reading research finds that the ability to turn up Layer 2-7 services and change bandwidth on demand are critical influencers of customer buying decisions. Both require operators to be operationally agile, a quality that can only be achieved through changes to the organization, processes and tools that support the delivery of network services.
Traditional network operations are ripe for transformation because they are too slow and inflexible to provide a digital user experience of the network. Operators still have network operations that are largely unautomated, resulting in long lead times for service introduction and provisioning. If operators are to become more agile, they need more automation, but not at the expense of becoming locked into long- term engagements with vendor professional services organizations.
Operators want to follow the lead of the IT world, which is using the extreme automation concepts of DevOps to cut service delivery times and enable an online user experience of IT services. DevOps needs to become “NetOps,” to reflect network operations’ far more complex task of delivering network services across multi- vendor, hybrid physical/virtual networks. NetOps needs a platform to support the automation of this task and one that empowers operators to build this automation for themselves.
Light Reading visit in Atrinet
LightReading Whitepaper About NetACE
October 22, 2015
Welcome to Silicon Wadi, a short video that briefly explores the highlights of Light reading’s Stephen Saunders [CEO] and Liz Lloyd [EMEA Account Director] impression from their visit in Israel…
Atrinet part starts at minute 1:15.
Atrinet Signs Outsourcing Agreement With Nokia
Espoo, Finland – July 6, 2015
Atrinet Ltd. Key Developments
Bloomberg Business– July 8, 2015
NSN spins off Carrier Ethernet Transport business
Espoo, Finland – February 4, 2014
In line with its strategic focus on mobile broadband, Nokia Solutions and Networks has spun off its Carrier Ethernet Transport business into a newly founded company, Atrinet.
The transaction included Carrier Ethernet Transport R&D and sales development. The chief executive officer of Atrinet is Efi Levi.
The customer contracts were not included in the transaction. NSN and Atrinet have entered into an R&D service agreement, which will allow NSN to continue serving its Carrier Ethernet Transport customers.