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News : Xura Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) Messaging Architecture Accredited by Hewlett Packard
Wakefield, Mass., 23rd February 2016 -- Xura, Inc. (NASDAQ: MESG), a provider of digital communications services, announced that its NFV architecture has been accredited by HPE as part of its NFV System Partner Program. The collaboration means that Xura’s products will leverage HPE’s MANO suite, including HPE NFV Director, to support deployment and management of messaging solutions in a carrier-grade network.
We have maintained a long-standing relationship with HPE, and we are pleased to take our relationship into new areas by working with HPE in their NFV ecosystem to take our solutions to operators," said Jim Saunders, Xura’s EVP, Digital Communications.
"Xura's messaging solutions are an important VNF for mobile operators in our OpenNFV ecosystem," said Werner Schaefer, VP Sales & GTM, Communications Solutions Business, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. "It provides CSP customers looking to upgrade their messaging infrastructure the opportunity to work with tested solutions on the HPE NFV platform."
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Xura, Inc (NASDAQ: MESG) offers a portfolio of digital services solutions that enable global communications across a variety of mobile devices and platforms. We help communication service providers (CSPs) and enterprises navigate and monetize the digital ecosystem to create innovative, new experiences through our cloud-based offerings. Our solutions touch more than three billion end points through 350+ service providers and enterprises in 140+ countries.
Hewlett Packard (HP) is a computer technology company founded in 1939 by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard. They are best known for manufacturing computer peripherals such as inkjet printers, laser printers, all-in-one printers, scanners and digital cameras.
Published: Friday, February 26, 2016