Easing automation in network deployment, Tata Elxsi has announced the availability of its hardened OSM distribution (TEOSM), a service orchestrator solution based on ETSI NFV OSM Release SIX.
The company explains that the Open Source MANO (OSM) is a Management and Orchestration (MANO) stack aligned with ETSI NFV information models that enables telecom operators to quickly deploy new services and adopt automated ways to provide services to consumers. OSM offers the right abstraction layer to create a services-driven network architecture and automate certain cumbersome network tasks.
At the occasion of the launch, Vanessa Little, Chairperson of ETSI OSM Technology Group said, “The OSM Release SIX brings a huge new set of capabilities to provide end-to-end orchestration across heterogeneous networks and cloud technologies. Tata Elxsi is playing a key role in ETSI OSM through the launch of TEOSM. We appreciate this collaboration and contribution to the OSM upstream community that enables seamless 5G roll-out.”
Tata Elxsi also says that its ETSI OSM is amenable for mobile (4G/ 5G), fixed and converged networks. The company says it is bringing additional value to the MANO, like closed-loop operations driven by pragmatic analytics and ability to plug-in hybrid cloud in addition to advanced features to enable 5G native solutions.
The press note from the company also indicates that Tata Elxsi’s TEOSM offers a robust platform to configure, deploy, secure, monitor and manage virtualized and software-defined networks that are instrumental for real-time monitoring of operations in the future. A real-time view of the health of data centers in dashboard adds more visibility to the user.
“With TEOSM, Service providers can enhance the span of services while taking full advantage of the network assets, thus making it possible to deliver personalized services to consumers in a simple, quick and cost-effective manner,” said Rajagopalan Rajappa, Deputy CTO and Head of Network Transformation Services, Tata Elxsi.