Parallel Wireless Re Envisions Big Data Analysis and Network Function Virtualization
-Integrated virtualization solutions will help global service providers realize intelligent and profitable cellular networks. Parallel wireless, Inc., the leader of end-to-end 2G, 3G and 4G open wireless access network (RAN) solutions, today announced a partnership with container based application definition infrastructure (ADI) Robin systems, a software supplier, and incorta, an intelligent analysis platform that avoids data modeling and directly provides real-time views based on operational data, have reached a cooperation on big data virtualization analysis (vananalytics). With this cooperation, global communication service providers (CSPs) will be able to manage big data analysis and view their networks in real time under the same network function Virtualization (nfv), so as to improve operational efficiency, reduce costs and improve end-user experience. With the advent of 5g, the cellular network load will include users and Internet of things traffic, resulting in massive data, which needs real-time network scheduling. The world's first real-time virtualization analysis and network function virtualization platform for 2G, 3G, 4G and 5g will take advantage of the following industry innovations: hetnet gateway (HNG) of parallel wireless. Hetnet gateway integrates many virtualization network functions (vnf), such as self-organizing network (son), security gateway (segw) and evolved packet data gateway (EPDG), and can operate on many virtualization platforms. The ad hoc network virtualization network function provides network data and makes necessary real-time network adjustments for end users, objects and processes running in the cellular network, especially at the edge. As one of the functions of fully virtualized hetnet gateway, ad hoc network will realize self optimization and seamless movement in 2G, 3G, 4G and 5g, any distance, any plane or any service. By integrating Robin systems' container orchestration with incorta's analysis as a service (AAAS) and parallel wireless's hetnet gateway, communication service providers can use the big data pool as a virtualized micro service container. Robin systems cloud platform can deliver a highly scalable and flexible application definition virtualization infrastructure supported by container technology, realize the simplification, flexible and on-demand deployment of big data pool and comprehensive application life cycle management application, so as to dynamically arrange any type of data: network, end users and customers. Container is an important infrastructure for communication service providers. Because the container is a simpler form of virtualization, this data-driven method, i.e. microservice, can deploy multiple microservices on each machine without compromising performance and availability, and can improve performance through Robin's application to spindle service quality assurance. Robin packs multiple data into a single physical storage resource group, which not only reduces system resources, but also brings operational efficiency, cost reduction and unprecedented intelligence level to global mobile network operators (MNOS). The query speed of incorta version 3.0 is more than 500% higher than that of previous versions, which is faster than the world's fastest data analysis platform. But performance is just one of the cores of incorta. In addition to query performance, the incorta platform can be installed in a few days and absorb new data in a few minutes, so it can obtain information almost immediately. These features, coupled with ease of use, make incorta a leading next-generation analysis platform. With the industry's first direct data mapping â¢ Engine support, mobile network operators can now get business analysis directly from transaction data at a speed that cannot be achieved in the current analysis environment, because it can reduce query and reporting time, so as to make informed network decisions faster. Supporting introduction premal Buch, CEO of Robin systems, said: "We are pleased to introduce Robin's powerful platform to container the breakthrough virtualization analysis solution. With Robin's highly scalable virtualization platform that turns the big data lake into a micro service, incorta's ability to process data in seconds, and the intelligent self-organizing network virtualization network function of hetnet gateway, mobile network operators are now not only available as virtualization The real-time analysis solution of network functions can be used for any type of traffic, including end users and the Internet of things, and can also automate all network decisions. This enables operators to unify the network infrastructure, reduce costs and simplify deployment. "Said Osama elkady, chief executive of incorta: "Modern enterprises need to solve their most urgent data problems in a few seconds. This is not a luxury desire, but a necessary need. Waiting for days or weeks to obtain information seriously hinders innovation and development. Through a true self-service approach that does not require data modeling and cellular network analysis, global service providers can benefit from immediate analysis capabilities to improve their performance The visibility of our network and the elimination of time-consuming consulting intensive extraction, transformation and loading can reduce operating expenses, improve profitability and improve the customer experience, "said Rajesh Mishra, founder and chief technology officer of parallel wireless "Robin systems and incorta are famous for their innovation. This cooperation can not only software analysis as a virtualized network function and realize network automation for these service providers, but also simplify the operation of BSS and OSS, so as to reduce the overall total cost of ownership and make the network smarter and more profitable now and in the future." For more information on Virtualization analysis and the virtualization arrangement of 2G, 3G, 4G and 5g network functions, please visit booth 515 of parallel wireless at the world mobile communication conference.