Veryx Technologies provides communications testing solutions in market segments that comprise network service providers and equipment manufacturers for Cloud, Carrier Ethernet, Enterprise-IT, NFV, SDN and Smart Networks..
In each of these markets, Veryx’s focus is on addressing customer requirements for testing solutions. In each of these partnerships, Veryx addresses specific customer solutions in an open, collaborative manner, resulting in an enhanced customer-solutions offering and experience.
|Veryx Technologies is a partner of Ensemble Harmony Ecosystem. The Ensemble Harmony partner program brings together hardware, software, and services partners and focuses on accelerating automation and virtualization initiatives at the metro service edge. It helps service providers choose best class of components and avoid single vendor proprietary systems, while also reducing their project risks and increasing deployments. Veryx SAMTEST vProbes will be vital to CSPs as they transition their hardware-based networks to a virtualized service delivery environment.|
|Atrinet is an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) of elastic network & service management and transition solutions for hybrid legacy, NFV (Network Function Virtualization) and Software Defined (SDN) networks to accelerate service delivery and empower network operations. Atrinet’s solutions drive unrivaled multi-vendor service agility and speed through an innovative model-based customization approach.|
|The first partnership program of its kind, the Ciena Blue Orbit Ecosystem is focused on accelerating multi-vendor SDN and NFV deployments. Blue Orbit is a group of like-minded organizations committed to supporting network operators’ ongoing transformation to open, programmable, and virtualized networks.|
Veryx Technologies is an Ecosystem Partner in the Intel® Network Builders Program. The goal of the Intel Network Builders program is to accelerate network transformation with the development and deployment of proven software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) solutions for telecom and data center networks.
|Iometrix is the networking industry’s pre-eminent testing authority. Established in Silicon Valley in 2003, Iometrix is the successor to ENL (European Network Laboratories), the pioneering test lab founded by Bob Mandeville in 1991 in Paris, France.|
KulCloud is a cloud networking company focused on developing products & solutions catering to the impending era of SDN/NFV. Headquartered in Pangyo, South Korea and founded in 2011, the company’s vision is to make the network infrastructure dynamic and agile by orchestrating disparate networks in real time.
|NCommspecializes in product development for the Telecommunications industry. NComm delivers complete, standard compliant, OAM source code packages that reduce LAN/WAN interface development time by staff years and cut associated costs by more than 50%. NComm offerings eliminate an entire class of embedded software development for technologies like Ethernet OAM including IEEE 802.3ah/Clause 57, IEEE 802.1ag/802.1Q, ITU Y.1731, MPLS-TP/ITU G.8113.1, as well as other protocols. In addition, NComm supports wide area technologies such as T1, E1, T3, E3, SONET/SDH including Automatic Protection Switching, Primary Rate ISDN and Sync Status Message management.|
|Veryx is a member of VMWare Technology Alliance Partner (TAP). VMware, Inc. is a subsidiary of Dell Technologies that provides cloud computing and platform virtualization software and services.|
|Xena Networks’ products enable network and equipment test engineers to deploy Ethernet test infrastructure that is inexpensive, simple to manage and easy to scale.|
WebNMS, the service provider software division of Zoho Corporation, specializes in solutions for multi-vendor network management, service orchestration and IoT/M2M applications. With more than 25,000 deployments across the globe, WebNMS markets these solutions as flexible, scalable and extensible platforms to network service providers, managed service providers and network equipment vendors.