Venko Networks held, in São Paulo/SP, on May 25, the panel "Structuring Networks with Multiple Suppliers as a Neutral Network". The meeting was the first in Brazil to have ONF ambassadors and was responsible for demonstrating to participants how to structure multiple services, from different manufacturers, and monetize this unified structure by renting it to third parties as a neutral network. The purpose of the lectures was to exemplify how to execute these actions with a simple, centralized and economic management, solving typical problems of consolidators in the ISP market.
Facing multiple technologies and services when acquiring different regional providers is a technical but also a business problem that can be solved with network orchestration, OLT virtualization and multi-tenant abstraction solutions.
The event was held with breakfast at the We Work Jardim das Perdizes space, between 8:30 am and 11:30 am, on May 25, and had a full house, with participants from major operators in Brazil, technicians, commercial managers, M&A managers and press.
ONF, for the first time at an event in Brazil, was present with its ambassadors Amanda Raymundi, José Castillo Lema, Ricardo Girnis Tombi and Rony Anderson Spada Pedroso
As speakers, in addition to ONF and Venko, we also had the participation of companies Intraway, Netsia and Zyxel.
The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) is an operator-driven, community-led non-profit consortium fostering and democratizing innovation in software-defined programmable networks. Through ecosystem building, advocacy, research and education, ONF is accelerating the state-of-the-art in open networking and catalyzing creation and adoption of open disaggregated solutions leveraging open source software.
About Venko Networks:
Venko Networks is a company created and led by connectivity experts, where innovation is fundamental to business development. Headquartered in Porto Alegre, Curitiba and the United States, the company provides some of the most advanced solutions in the world with local support and a business model based on disaggregation between software and hardware.
Among them are:
- The world's first open source SD-WAN & SASE, offered in Brazil and Latin America through a partnership with the Israeli company Flexiwan;
- A pluggable XGS-PON Micro OLT from Tibit, technology which is capable of transforming switches and routers with SFP+ sockets into a high-performance XGS-PON OLT, delivering broadband speeds of up to 10 Gbps symmetrical for downstream and upstream;
- uCPEs for multiple ultra-broadband and 5G applications;
- Innovative cybersecurity resources based on concepts such as Zero Trust Networks and Software Defined Perimeter, offering, in addition to services, equipment such as Hillstone's netxt generation/CGNAT firewalls.
Image: Amanda Raymundi, Venko's CEO - Ricardo Pianta, José Castillo Lema, Ricardo Girnis Tombi and Rony Anderson Spada Pedroso
Source: Venko Networks PR Team