Broadview selects OneAccess for multi-service router and gateway solutions
Sep 17, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
OneAccess Networks, a global manufacturer of multi-service routers and Ethernet access devices, has announced that Broadview Networks has selected its One Series multi-service router and gateway solutions, with integrated Bonded Copper and fiber Ethernet, for the delivery of managed services to the small- and medium-sized business, or SMB, and enterprise industries/markets.
The One Series offers a broad multi-service router portfolio with integrated Layer 2 technologies, reducing the cost of managed services by eliminating the need for a separate EAD, while maintaining the Layer 2 OAM management protocols.
The OneAccess One Series reportedly reduces the number of appliances required to deploy managed cloud services to the SMB and enterprise industries/markets. As a result, service providers can realize significant advantages, including improved CAPEX ROI, simplified element management, reduced inventory, seamless Quality of Service (QoS) performance and reduced field technician training.
In addition to a high-performance, business class routing engine, the One Series offers application performance monitoring, control and acceleration features that enable end point visibility for delivery of high-value managed cloud services to the SMB and Enterprise customer. With OneOptimization software features, such as NetAPM, NetControl and NetBooster, Broadview Networks can evolve its existing services to include cloud-based application delivery with a software upgrade to the deployed One Series multi-service router, making it effectively an application delivery platform.
"As part of our expanding global presence, we are pleased to become a vendor-partner of Broadview Networks," said Bertrand Meis, CEO of OneAccess Networks. "Our selection by Broadview Networks reflects our commitment to deliver innovative solutions that enable higher value-managed services for SMBs and enterprises, with a roadmap to cloud services, while lowering the total cost of ownership."
With the One Series, Broadview Networks will realize the added benefits of software feature integration that includes eSBC (enterprise Session Border Controller) and application visibility, control and optimization features that are necessary for a roadmap of high-value managed cloud services. Integration of the EAD with the Multi-Service Router is another proof point of OneAccess' commitment to lead the evolution of the MSR from a Layer 3-centric network element to a cloud-based application delivery solution.
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