This week at TM Forum Live! in Nice there is much buzz around IT Transformation and the pivotal role service providers play in the digital world. We are launching Ericsson Dynamic Orchestration to help our customers accelerate their next gen services by helping them manage existing technologies while virtualization capabilities are integrated and controlled. We are so excited to be launching Ericsson Dynamic Orchestration to help services providers transform to meet these needs.
Ericsson Dynamic Orchestration, a core part of our Digital Support Systems Portfolio, is a flexible and modular solution designed to help our customers leverage new architectures as the foundation for digital services. It provides operators with the business skills and tools needed to navigate the transformation journey to Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV).
Ericsson Dynamic Orchestration fully automates the multiple layers of complex processes for service creation, delivery and assurance. It provides rapid validation of Virtual Network Functions (VNFs), design and onboarding of new services, inventory, resource and capacity management, service configuration management, and service assurance. The use of policy and real-time analytics across the lifecycle affords zero-touch operations and is the foundation for SLA compliance.
It is this comprehensive offering that allows operators to:
If you are attending TM Forum Live!, May 15-18, don’t miss the chance to visit the Ericsson Pavilion to experience this forward-looking solution, based on our work with Verizon. In the meantime, read what Danny Johnson, director of product marketing for Verizon Enterprise Solutions, had to say about teaming with Ericsson on global virtual network services.
Laurie Spiegel is Director of Product Marketing supporting the Ericsson Digital Support Systems portfolio. Laurie is currently focused on service and resource orchestration solutions for greater service, network and IT agility. Her expertise in technology, operations, and systems comes from her many years leading consulting engagements helping service providers develop, assess and execute strategies such as network modernization, market entry and new service deployment.