Automation for dynamic transport services
Next-generation services demand the dynamic allocation of transport resources. Automation is key to enabling these new levels of performance. FRINX Machine is an integrated platform that enables the automation of multi-vendor transport networks, covering configuration, control, operations, and resource management. Fully cloud-native, FRINX Machine unlocks zero-touch provisioning for the transport domain.
Automated discovery and configuration of network services
Combining the flexibility of workflows and the power of YANG models, FRINX Machine enables the dynamic, automated provisioning of slices, VPNs, transport and more – across the full operations life cycle.
FRINX MACHINE COMPONENTS
FROM OUR CUSTOMERS
“Engaging with Frinx on model driven, vendor neutral telecommunications network automation has been impactful. Frinx brings an innovative perspective and deep experience to network automation, as well as a strong commitment to open source and high-quality, on-time code delivery.”
Andris Bjornson, Product Manager at Facebook Connectivity
“FRINX is expected to provide code base support for the open source project, which is vendor neutral. After due consideration we concluded that FRINX has the right solutions and expertise to do that.”
Spokesman @ SoftBank
“The conscientiousness and dedication of the FRINX colleagues impressed us deeply and we are looking forward to cooperation opportunities in the future.”
Aijun Wang, Manager of the L3VPN PoC project @ Telecom Beijing Research Institute
“The FRINX partnership enriched our automation framework and capabilities. The FRINX solution is vendor agnostic, uses open source components and allows us to integrate it in any environment at the speed of light.”
Mohamed El Haddouchi, Group CTO @ InfraData
IP/MPLS workflow, inventory and network control
- Intent-driven e2e network control across the protocol stack & service orchestration
- Automation for Transport Networks – getting it right, first time, every time.
Automation for Transport Networks – getting it right, first time, every time.
Delivering services that require transport capabilities, at scale, involves the coordination of instructions and configuration information across a large pool of devices.
In this paper, we explore challenges involved in enabling new, dynamic service delivery models, and show how automation can support and enable operator agility and ensure the efficient operation of these networks, for key use cases, such as:
- The introduction of new 5G cells and connectivity to the requisite transport network
- The dynamic creation of enterprise VPNs
- Network slicing
- Network migration programs
- Troubleshooting for services across the access and transport networks