NetYCE has opened up offices India and Singapore. The Asia team now consists of Chenthal Nathan who is responsible for ASIA region based out of Bangalore. Dharmesh Shah, solution architect, based out of Mumbai and Umesh Murthy, sales and business development, based out of Singapore.
NetYCE enables NSP’s achieve quantum leap benefits through closed-loop & data-driven network automation
In the TM Forum’s Catalyst project “Hybrid Network Orchestration Platform Use Cases”, NetYCE will demonstrate how to dramatically change the way operators can do business by means of closed-loop automation for hybrid networks and with seamless Assurance & OSS integration. When: May 15-17th in Nice, France. Catalyst Sponsors: BT & Rabobank. Participants: NetYCE, Monolith, and … Read More
Earlier this year we decided to be part of the TM Forum Catalyst Program with BT and Rabobank as our sponsors. In our project “Hybrid Network Orchestration Platform Use Cases”, we will demonstrate how to dramatically change the way operators can do business by means of closed-loop automation for hybrid networks and with seamless Assurance & … Read More
In my last blog, I explained why automating networks doesn’t have to be scary. I showed you how to centralise all your multi-vendor configuration- & OS changes and how to use variable substitution, templates, conditionals and relationships to standardize and automate. For this, you simply use the ‘Operate’ tools within the netYCE framework (see picture … Read More
. There seems to be a common fear amongst network engineers when talking about network automation. In itself, this is understandable as network engineers understand the complexities and diversities of networking as no other. But if you adopt the approach that netYCE offers you, there is really nothing to worry. In fact, it turns out … Read More
. Even with all the buzz and hype over the last few years circulating network automation, only a few companies seem to realize the true benefits of proper end-to-end network automation from both a business and technology standpoint. Looking closer, there is a crucial topic not addressed in the many discussions on network automation. It … Read More
As of March 2016, NetYCE joined as a member of the TM Forum. With its unique netYCE platform for network automation and orchestration, NetYCE will contribute to help companies streamline network engineering and operation processes, automate their existing infrastructures and assist in the transition to SDN and NFV networks.
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A lot has been said and written on Software Defined Networking and it’s great to see networking finally taking a step to mature. After 25 years of vendor-specific, proprietary solutions and CLI variations, it’s big step forward to see vendors move to standards as to how to communicate with devices and introduce virtualization for networking … Read More
Weesp, April 29th, 2014 – Rabobank has started migrating their Cisco network equipment at the local banks to HP switches. In total there are about 570 locations and 1,500 network routers and switches. This operation can be realized much faster than usual because all configurations are prepared in an intelligent way with the netYCE automation … Read More