Accedian partners with Lanner Electronics on vCPE

Accedian, the global end-to-end network performance assurance experts, has announced that it has partnered with Lanner Electronics Inc., to integrate its fully virtualized SkyLIGHTâ„¢ performance assurance platform into Lanner´s x86 network platform, the company said.

The combined solution will bring performance assurance and visibility to Lanner´s service provider customers deploying its platforms for universal customer premises equipment (uCPE) applications.

Service providers are accelerating virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE) and uCPE roll-outs using a mix of centralized, distributed, and hybrid deployment models with their enterprise customers. While bringing greater customer service flexibility and cost savings, service providers also need complete quality of experience (QoE) and quality of service (QoS) visibility to manage service level agreements (SLAs) and identify network problems in their virtualized service deployments.

Accedian´s SkyLIGHT provides Lanner´s x86 uCPE service provider customers with the ability to establish 24×7 network performance visibility for managing SLAs and diagnosing the root cause of performance issues.

Accedian delivers exceptional end to end network performance visibility, for control over the best possible user experience. Providing the most complete, current view of network health, Accedian dramatically improves visibility with actionable insights for peak reliability and quality of service (QoS). Accedian enables control over increasingly complex networks to increase agility, and reduce cost.

Lanner Electronics is a world provider of design, engineering and manufacturing services for advanced and customizable SDN and NFV network computing appliances for system integrators, service providers and application developers. Lanner possesses a wide range of network appliances including vCPE gateways designed for SD-WAN and SD-Security, as well as NEBS-compliant, NFVi-ready platforms with multiple processors, network I/O blades, and high availability features.