Verizon has deployed Sedona Systems’ NetFusion network intelligence and automation system across its entire network. The move was designed to facilitate a more complete understanding of the relationships and dependencies between the IP and optical network layers, forming an accurate network database for analytics and automation.
CUPERTINO, CA – Sedona Systems, the global leader in multilayer IP/optical network automation and control, today announced that David Amzallag, former leader of Network Virtualization transformation at Vodafone, has joined the company as a special strategic advisor. In this role, Amzallag brings 25 years of industry experience and a deep understanding of carrier networks to help grow and evolve Sedona’s NetFusion product line.
Software company Sedona Systems has launched its NetFusion multilayer applications platform. Although the software has already been commercially deployed by more than one Tier 1 service provider, the company had neglected to formally announce the product, according to sources at OFC 2017 in Los Angeles. Sedona hopes to announce some of those customers in the coming months.
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