VodafoneZiggo Selects NETSCOUT's NFV-based Service Assurance for E2E Visibility and Analytics

28 February 2018
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VodafoneZiggo Selects NETSCOUT's NFV-based Service Assurance for E2E Visibility and Analytics Image Credit: Netscout

VodafoneZiggo has signed a new multi-year agreement with NETSCOUT to support its Network Function Virtualization (NFV) transformation.

NETSCOUT will deliver end-to-end visibility and analytics into VodafoneZiggo’s converged, hybrid network to ensure the seamless delivery of services.

VodafoneZiggo is a joint venture of Liberty Global, the largest international TV and broadband internet company, and Vodafone Group, one of the world's largest telecommunication companies. VodafoneZiggo provides fixed, mobile, and integrated communication and entertainment services to consumers and businesses in the Netherlands.

Designed specifically for service providers seeking to embrace NFV transformation by deploying virtual network functions with little to no disruption to business practices or the customers they serve.

NETSCOUT offers appliances, commercial-off-the-shelf-based software and virtual appliances – to cost-effectively monitor critical business services, mobile, fixed-line voice, residential triple-play, satellite, and cable/MSO networks.

The platform provides end-to-end visibility across physical and virtual network environments and enables real-time and historical traffic analysis in a single platform.

Matthias Sauder, Director of Mobile Networks, VodafoneZiggo
A single platform with multiple deployment options, NETSCOUT’s solution is designed specifically for mixed environments like ours. As VodafoneZiggo heads toward an NFV future, it is critical that our customers continue to enjoy a high-quality, seamless experience with our services.

Anil Singhal, Co-Founder, President and CEO, NETSCOUT 
The same NFV and virtualization technologies that drive service agility also bring significant challenges to identifying network and service performance. NFV networks do not usually operate in isolation, but rather work alongside existing physical network functions.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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