Find out how you can leverage our heritage of advanced routing and network services (with over 2m physical installs and counting, around the world) to ensure a smooth and field-proven migration to NFV.
OneOS6 is a common operating system for the delivery of both physical and virtual services which integrates full support for NETCONF and YANG whilst retaining support for traditional provisioning and management protocols, i.e. CLI, TR-069 and SNMP for a seamless transition to next-generation OSS systems.
OneAccess has introduced a range of white-box CPEs with a fully open hosting platform called OVP for its own and other vendor VNFs. An elegant drag-and-drop environment enables service-chains to be rapidly proto-typed and tested whilst automatically generating Network Service Descriptors (NSDs) for the network service to be created
No Vendor lock in
OneAccess network functions can be integrated and combined with other vendors’ functions on a wide variety of virtualization platforms including its own white-box CPEs using industry-standard APIs for maximum service agility
Legacy, dealt with
OneAccess has developed a range of physical CPEs (pCPEs) that can run NETCONF alongside traditional management protocols such as CLI and TR-069. In that way, service providers can plan the transition to virtualized management at their own pace and not be road-blocked by lagging equipment support