OneAccess

MULTISERVICE ROUTERS

 

Key characteristics:

Broad voice-data portfolio

The range addresses the varying speed requirements, SIP- or TDM-based voice and WAN connectivity requirements from small branch offices to multi-national headquarters. OneAccess offers a one-stop-shop experience to deliver WAN networking solutions to business customers

 

Service-Enabling Software

OneOS, the common operating system running in OneAccess pCPE and VNFs, enables the activation of value-added services such as application visibility + control, WAN optimization, security and eSBC. Enabling services on-demand, in the router or from the VNFs in the data center, provides the opportunity to create value-added services. Service providers can thus increase revenues per user, while enterprise can leverage the investment in deployed OneAccess hardware

 

Scalable software-based data plane

Unlike many competitors, all products leverage a common data plane, 100% implemented in software. As a result, high-end products thus go beyond the service limitations of hardware-based forwarding engines, while entry-level products benefit from high-end enterprise features such as advanced redundancy and security

 

Carrier-grade for Lower TCO

When we mention carrier-grade, we mean more than reliability. Carrier-grade outlines OneOS ability to meet all operational requirements of large service providers for deployment automation, service monitoring, troubleshooting and service commissioning. Being carrier-grade means convincing tens of organizations within the service provider, who are notoriously demanding customers. The end result is: optimized Total Cost of Ownership

 

Agile Integration in OSS

OneOS includes industry-standard CLI and monitoring (such as SNMP, Ethernet OAM). OneOS V6.0 can also be concurrently accessed by NETCONF clients and through web services. The OneAccess product portfolio offers a smooth migration, rather than a complex rip’n’replace strategy