Allot Ltd | February 22, 2022
Allot Ltd ,a leading global provider of innovative network intelligence and security-as-a-service (SECaaS) solutions for communication service providers (CSPs) and enterprises, today announced a strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The relationship will enable CSPs to deploy new Allot cloud-native application workloads on AWS and expand their existing Allot deployments. The strategic collaboration will enhance the ability of CSPs to leverage the full suite of Allot cloud-native applications on AWS, providing a consistent and scalable operating model for 5G cloud-based networks and services. Allot has already deployed a solution using the AWS cloud platform for a CSP customer in North America.
As an AWS Independent Software Vendor (ISV), Allot is collaborating with AWS to build and certify Allot applications on AWS. This helps telecom operators to fully deploy their 5G networks on the cloud with higher efficiency, lower cost, more agile deployment of new services to customers and greater security.
"As CSPs move to adopt cloud native technology for 5G connectivity, Allot and AWS are committed to helping them deploy 5G networks on the cloud. This will help revolutionize the telecom space in the same way the cloud revolutionized enterprise software,” "We are proud to collaborate with AWS toward enabling secure cloud-based 5G network deployments."
Keren Rubanenko, SVP Cybersecurity, at Allot
Allot Ltd. is a provider of leading innovative network intelligence and security solutions for service providers and enterprises worldwide, enhancing value to their customers. Our solutions are deployed globally for network and application analytics, traffic control and shaping, network-based security services, and more. Allot’s multi-service platforms are deployed by over 500 mobile, fixed and cloud service providers and over 1000 enterprises. Our industry-leading network-based security as a service solution has achieved over 50% penetration with some service providers and is already used by over 20 million subscribers globally.
Oracle | September 23, 2021
BT Group—the UK's largest mobile and broadband provider—has selected Oracle Communications Cloud Native Converged Policy Management to optimize its network resources and bring new 5G offerings to market faster. The solution will enable BT to quickly and seamlessly test and implement 5G services—such as live streaming and zero-rated 5G content—across its EE mobile network.
Oracle Communications Cloud Native Converged Policy Management makes it easier for network engineers to design, test and deploy new services across both 4G and 5G networks. Oracle's easy-to-use policy design engine will enable BT to test and quickly implement new 5G service plans and experiences, such as live streaming and augmented reality (AR), reducing testing and implementation time to a matter of minutes, instead of months. Oracle's policy management will also give BT the flexibility to optimize network and subscriber resources to launch 5G-enabled Internet of Things (IoT) service offerings to consumer and enterprise customers.
Leveraging Oracle's built-in analytics function and support for edge-routing, BT will be able to make intelligent policy decisions using subscriber, class of service, quality of services (QoS) and network resource data in real-time to deliver the best, most reliable experience for customers.
BT Group, and EE in particular, have a long-standing, successful track record with Oracle.As we move to this next evolution in networking, Oracle is helping us reduce complexity with solutions that ease the migration to 5G and provide the flexibility needed both to introduce innovative new services, and also ensure we're offering our customers the right levels of service according to their needs. Working with Oracle further supports our ambitions towards delivering a mobile network that continues to exceed customer expectations.
Howard Watson, Chief Technology Officer, BT.
BT chose Oracle Communications for this initiative based on Oracle's decades of network infrastructure and security expertise in multivendor networks worldwide.
Providing a reliable and unified customer experience during the 4G to 5G migration process is essential for ensuring long-term market uptake of 5G services.Oracle provides a best-in-class converged policy solution that leverages the cloud native technologies needed to successfully deploy the next generation mobile network in the UK.
Caroline Chappell, Analysis Mason.
Oracle Communications Consulting (OCC) will support the policy solution implementation and the eventual migration of BT's 4G voice and data services services to 5G; assisting BT with policy design, optimization and 5G software testing using Oracle's Automated Testing Suite.
"Oracle Communications technology is helping forward-thinking operators such as BT, future-proof their 5G vision," said Andrew Morawski, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications, Networks. "With a unified, future-ready policy management platform, BT can optimize network resources appropriately and bring new, innovative services and experiences to customers more quickly."
BT also leverages a variety of other Oracle Communications network products, for 3G and 4G SIP and Diameter Signaling solutions.
EcoStruxure | June 10, 2022
Schneider Electric, a global pioneer in energy management and automation digital transformation, announced the modernization of its EcoStruxure IT software portfolio for the monitoring and administration of expansive, hybrid IT infrastructure, which has grown increasingly complicated in recent years.
Business continuity is dependent on everything from the most minor endpoint to the largest data center as IT infrastructure spreads. As a result, edge deployments are now deemed as mission-critical as centralized data centers, necessitating the development of new software solutions to ensure the infrastructure's robustness and security. Furthermore, sustainability is becoming a significant trend: a company's data centers' energy consumption and carbon footprint will need to be assessed and maintained. According to Schneider Electric's internal forecasts, overall data center energy usage will reach 2,700 TWh by 2040, with 60% coming from scattered locations and 40% from data centers.
"There's been tremendous change since DCIM first emerged as a software category. The hybrid IT environment is challenging even the most sophisticated CIO organisation with maintaining the resiliency, security, and sustainability of their IT systems. We call this trend DCIM 3.0. Schneider Electric is investing in and evolving EcoStruxure IT to provide more capability, flexibility, and deployment options than ever before for enterprises and colocation facilities everywhere in the world."
Kevin Brown, SVP of EcoStruxure Solutions, Secure Power, Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric has invested in EcoStruxure IT since legacy DCIM software was not designed with all of these considerations in mind. It modernizes IT physical infrastructure monitoring, management, planning, and modeling, with on-premise and cloud-based deployment choices to support hybrid, distributed IT environments ranging from a few to hundreds of sites globally.
"The IT infrastructure landscape is undergoing significant transformation as it evolves from individual data centres to distributed, hybrid IT, and it demands more than what we think of as 'traditional DCIM' to ensure it is resilient, secure, and sustainable," said Industry Consultant David Cappuccio. "EcoStruxure IT is helping to simplify the complexity of sprawling IT architecture and modernise it for both current and future needs."
Schneider Electric has formed a bespoke solutions team comprising of qualified engineers who do unique integrations worldwide to maximize a customer's experience with EcoStruxure IT. This one-of-a-kind team delivers all of the resources and competencies required for a successful EcoStruxure IT deployment.
Customers worldwide can sign up for an EcoStruxure IT account and experience the software and security evaluation for free for 30 days.