Ericsson Launches Dynamic Service Manager in Collaboration with Cisco

Ericsson Launches Dynamic Service Manager in Collaboration with Cisco Image Credit: Ericsson

Ericsson recently launched the Ericsson Dynamic Service Manager, via a joint collaboration with Cisco, designed to enable service providers to dynamically configure, monitor and optimize the network resources available to applications in multi-vendor, multi-domain network environments. It brings together Ericsson's leadership in OSS and network management and Cisco's complementary expertise in IP and focuses on multi-vendor mobile backhaul, IP core, and enterprise VPNs. 

According to Ericsson, traditional network service management has typically been focusing on single technology and single vendor domains. Hence, expanding to coordinate multiple domains, technologies and equipment from different vendors requires manual service management processes.

The solution features pre-integration with Ericsson and Cisco network devices and domain management solutions and a rich set of tools that facilitates services and proactive resolution of potential problems before customers experience them. By leveraging advanced capacity planning, policy management and SDN capabilities, it allows for a high degree of automated network service change management with near real-time characteristics. 

Mike Wright, Group Managing Director, Networks, Telstra
At Telstra, we work to be agile and flexible for our customers as they demand more dynamic and complex services.  We support the aim of the Ericsson Dynamic Service Manager as a way to provide a control layer for services we deliver to customers using multiple domains, technologies and vendors.

Ove Anebygd, Head of Solution Area OSS/BSS at Ericsson
The lines between network management and OSS have never been thinner, especially as demand for orchestration of complex services reaches new highs. 

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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