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Blog posts tagged
"network functions"


Wajeeha Hamid
6 June 2023

How telco companies can reduce 5G infrastructure costs with open source

OSM Article

5G has the potential to revolutionise the telecommunications industry, offering high speed and connectivity for a wide range of devices ranging from radio access networks (RAN), user equipment (UE), and core networks. However, the high costs associated with 5G infrastructure have been a significant blocker for adoption, hindering innovati ...


Wajeeha Hamid
23 February 2023

Closed loop architecture and persistent volumes for network functions – Highlights in OSM release THIRTEEN

OSM Article

Open Source MANO (OSM) has announced its thirteenth version which is supported for six months (short-term support). This release targets feature enhancements for VNF vendors residing in the OSM ecosystem. It features new scalable architecture for service assurance and closed-loop operations, using Apache Airflow and Prometheus. It is capa ...


anastasiavalti
7 June 2021

How to accelerate migration towards NFV with Open Source MANO

Telecommunications Article

Download whitepaper Network Function Virtualization (NFV) and Cloud native network functions continue to draw immense attention from the telecom sector. From the beginning, virtualisation is trying to fulfill the promises of reducing CapEx and OpEx by decoupling Network Functions from the underlying infrastructure and ensuring flexibility ...


Wajeeha Hamid
22 April 2021

Onboarding and orchestrating network functions with Open Source MANO (OSM)

OSM Article

Do I need to orchestrate my network functions? Well, the answer depends on the price-performance assumptions of your infrastructure and workloads.  It seems like ages that NFV is trying to fulfill the promises of reducing CAPEX (Capital Expenditure) and OPEX (operating expenses) by decoupling Network Functions (NFs) from the hardware and ...