18 to 20 October 2022AMSTERDAM
Net Reply and
Next Reply are proud to sponsor the
Network X event. Network X is where the telecom and mobile industry comes together to spark powerful debates and connections. This is the new home of the long-running 5G World and Broadband World Forum, which will be joined by the newly launched Telco Cloud, designed to cover the full spectrum of the telecoms ecosystem.
During the event Net Reply will present its own experience on
Predictive Network Maintenance with AI/ML and
Automated Network Management.
The prevention of service failures and smart maintenance planning are key elements for Telecom operators to reduce MTBF, customer claims, and churn. In a novel approach defined as
Preventive Maintenance, the intervention is undertaken before failures happen, as opposed to Reactive or Corrective maintenance that consists of fixing a device only after the fault has happened, causing service disruptions and higher intervention costs for repairs. Predictive maintenance is based on systems observation via sensor devices, on which the future status of a monitored device or specific component is predicted through Machine Learning techniques. Net Reply is leveraging on the exploitation of network data via Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence methods to address the maintenance planning and lead the Telco towards self-optimizing and self-configuring networks. Our approach offers a demonstrable benefit in case of network segments that are not usually protected with redundancy (e.g., access networks).
As Networks evolve toward full-virtualized and cloud-native architectures dominated by Containerized and Virtual Network Functions (CNFs/VNFs), network operators are looking for software-driven techniques to fully automate network testing and service delivery, thus simplifying the management of their heterogenous infrastructures. The
Net Reply Automated Network Management framework offers a comprehensive approach to network automation, opening the way to comprehensive automated testing and management for both legacy and more advanced cloud-based services. It leverages on a Continuous Testing/Continuous Delivery (CT/CD) methodology to automate the delivery processes of network services, reducing network operators CAPEX/OPEX and the time to market of new services accordingly.
At Broadband World Forum the expertes from
Next Reply will present and discuss with you their innovative approach for network disaggregation technology.
As Experts in consultancy, service and integration in the area of
network disaggregation for telco operators and enterprise customers, Next Reply is specialized in network disaggregation and thus focused on improving the flexibility of large networks to increase the level of service by decreasing the time to deploy innovations at the same time. The experts take care of finding trade-offs between business requirements and technical constraints and developing innovative networks.
Next Reply’s key area of expertise includes integration of disaggregated software solutions and white box hardware into the operator’s architecture in the area of Broadband Access Networks and development of operator’s skills and capabilities to pilot, deploy, scale-up and run disaggregated systems through
DevOps and CI/CD methodologies.
Come and see us at Broadband World Forum, Hall 8 B53, inside the Broadband Forum Pavilion Pods 15 and 16.
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