Pensa announced the release of Pensa Maestro NFV that uses intelligent automation and advanced modeling to help CSPs design, validate and deliver NFV network services.
With the coming advent of 5G wireless technology, all CSPs will need to replace their legacy systems with NFV to remain competitive. However, current technology gaps have made this transition difficult, said Pensa. The most important gaps involve a lack of intelligent automation, modeling and validation to handle the vast complexity and massive scale of virtualized CSP environments. Pensa Maestro NFV helps fill this void by radically simplifying the process of importing and testing new networking elements.
Maestro NFV’s intelligent design makes it easy to create even extremely complex networks composed of many vendors’ technologies, thus enabling companies to deliver new services and generate revenue faster, claims the company.
Maestro NFV is Pensa's second major product introduction in the past five months, following the company's formal launch in October 2017. Maestro NFV has been market proven in digital service provider environments through the company’s existing partnership with Nokia, claims Pensa.
Pensa is a founding member of the Linux Foundation Networking Fund (LFN), the organization that hosts the most critical open networking projects including ONAP, OPNFV, OpenDaylight and others.