• Current Technology & Channel Partners

Current Technology & Channel Partners

We work with leading companies who share the same ambition to bring carrier grade disaggregated IP/MPLS router solutions to Communications Service Providers.

Edgecore Networks

Edgecore Networks

Edgecore Networks Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Accton Technology Corporation, the leading network ODM. Edgecore Networks delivers wired and wireless networking products and solutions through channel partners and system integrators worldwide for data center, service provider, enterprise, and SMB customers. Edgecore Networks is the leader in open networking, providing a full line of open Wi-Fi access points, packet transponders, virtual PON OLTs, cell site gateways, aggregation routers, and 1G, 10G, 25G, 40G, 100G, and 400G OCP AcceptedTM switches that offer a choice of commercial and open-source NOS and SDN software.

For more information, visit www.edge‑core.com.



UfiSpace was the first to revolutionize the telecom network with disaggregation and open networking. UfiSpace offers simplicity, high performance and scalability with white box platform solutions to support the inevitable boom in data traffic. UfiSpace networking solutions not only continue to transform telecom services by enabling breakthroughs in 5G applications with larger capacity pipelines, but also support cloud operators with the best computing infrastructure.

For more information, visit www.ufispace.com/products/telco.



Atrinet provides Intelligent Service Automation and resource management solutions for Multi-Vendor, Multi-Technology, and Multi-Domain Networks. Atrinet software and services address the challenges of service providers, enterprises, vendors, and system integrators implementing open, virtual, disaggregated networks alongside the traditional siloed network architecture.

For more information, visit www.atrinet.com.



Founded in 1989, FONEX Data Systems Inc. (FONEX) is a leading supplier of carrier-class telecommunications equipment. The focus of FONEX is to advise Canadian and European service providers and network operators on the latest access network technologies. Challenged by the explosive demand for bandwidth, need to differentiate their service offerings, and transitioning to a virtual network, FONEX understands the worries and uneasiness that service providers are experiencing.

For more information, visit www.fonex.com.



Given its experience and know-how, acquired over more than 40 years since its founding, SDT has the ability to offer, integrate, and manage networks, devices, IT, and energy end-to-end solutions to its clients and partners, relying on highly skilled engineers for specific projects for which high standards of technical knowledge and performance are required.

For more information, visit www.sdt.pt.

Net Reply

Net Reply

Net Reply is a dedicated group of talented and experienced consultants specializing in networks and security. With an agile and collaborative approach, Net Reply partners with its clients to ensure their network ecosystem is ready to exploit the opportunities of digitalization, IoT, and cloud by harnessing the power of automation and future networking. The Net Reply security practice provides an innovative and pragmatic approach to help its clients understand and mitigate the threats to their business.

For more information, visit www.reply.com/net‑reply‑uk/en/.

Next Reply

Next Reply

Next Reply is the Reply Group company offering consultancy, service, and integration in the area of network disaggregation for telco operators and enterprise customers. Next Reply specializes in network disaggregation and is focused on improving the flexibility of large networks to increase the level of service by decreasing the time to deploy innovations at the same time. Next Reply strives to find trade-offs between business requirements and technical constraints while developing innovative networks.

For more information, visit www.reply.com/next-reply/en/.


Information from Exaware

Open network operating system

What Are Open Network Operating Systems?

Disaggregated networking first became prevalent in large data centers. Hugely scalable chipsets in white box hardware enabled open networking and the separation of hardware and software in telecom networks. Cloud-based gaming, augmented reality, virtual reality, and the IoT are accelerating the adoption of disaggregated networking solutions.