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News : Metrofibre Networx Selects WebNMS Symphony Orchestration Platform
Pleasanton, Calif. and Midrand, South Africa October 20, 2015 -- WebNMS, a provider of scalable software platforms for multi-vendor network management and IoT solutions, announced that Metrofibre Networx, a MEF Forum member in Africa, has selected its Symphony Orchestration Platform to unify the service management of their broad portfolio of Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0) services and core MPLS network. Metrofibre selected Symphony for its unified carrier-grade architecture, independent support of multi-vendor and technology networks and modeling of CE 2.0 services as defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF).
"The unified Symphony service orchestration applications combine an out-of-the-box CE 2.0 solution which aligns seamlessly with our MEF-compliant services with the right level of flexibility allowing for efficient customization that we need to scale on our metro and national fiber networks," said Gary Williams, South African marketing co-chair for the MEF Forum and head of pre-sales engineering at Metrofibre Networx."
"We’re very excited to support Metrofibre’s success as they leverage our CE 2.0 and service orchestration solutions in South Africa," said Darryl Stork, regional director of WebNMS. "Metrofibre’s progressive strategy of delivering MEF-compliant services combined with our applications’ inherent end-to-end network management capabilities makes for a very efficient operational model."
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WebNMS, a division of Zoho Corporation, is a provider of Network Management and M2M solutions.
About Metrofibre Networx:
Metrofibre Networx (Pty) Ltd. provides managed fiber optic broadband connectivity solutions for service providers and ISPs in South Africa.
Published: Wednesday, October 21, 2015