4. 2. 2014
Stockholm, Sweden and Kranj, Slovenia. 4 February 2014. At FTTH Conference 2014, Iskratel, one of the world leaders in InfoCommunications, is looking to add new partners as it continues to expand and prepares for its ready-to-deploy Software Defined Networking (SDN) solution to surge in demand.
SDN is an emerging technology set to
revolutionize networking in 2014, impacting everyone including network
operators, vendors, service providers and platform developers by improving
flexibility, lowering OPEX and boosting the customer experience.
“As far as I know, we are the only vendor
that has an SDN solution on broadband access that could be integrated and
switched on tomorrow if required,” said Janko Öri, CTO of Iskratel. “Now that we have the technology in place, we
are searching for a wide range of in region partners in Scandinavia, Western
Europe and beyond, who have customers itching to test and deploy SDN.”
Late last year Iskratel announced that it
was the first solution provider to implement and deploy an SDN application.
Called Iskratel ISA (Intelligent Service Access) architecture, the solution
helps operators find themselves on a safe and secure path towards fully
SDN-enabled service-delivery networks.
“Our primary objective at the FTTH Conference
is to expand our partner network, but we will also be announcing the general
availability of our end-to-end vectoring solution which covers CPE, access and
management. Our aim is to solve interoperability challenges associated with
vectoring by providing a complete solution including CPEs,” added Uroš Pivk,Iskratel Sales Director, Region West.
Iskratel has more
than 60 years of experience in telecommunications. Alongside its SDN-ready
technology it also has hybrid access solutions with board- and system-level
vectoring on copper and P2P/GPON fibre-based solutions on show at the