VRM: Alepo’s VNF Manager

With Alepo’s experience in virtualization, service providers can transition to NFV infrastructure with a trusted virtual network function management solution.

A Background on NFV

Hardware-based appliances limit a communication service provider’s ability to deploy new network services quickly, rapidly evolve, and grow. In fact, an IHS Infonetics report found that nearly all respondents planned to evaluate and / or deploy NFV within the next few years.[1] At large scale, NFV provides cost savings by optimizing use of hardware, simplifying the on-boarding of new nodes, and easing the maintenance and separation of hardware and software.

NFV is a paradigm shift in how network operators design, build, and manage their networks and data centers. NFV provides operators the leverage they need to drive innovation and profits in today’s data-driven world. These outcomes include:

  • Significant Savings in CAPEX and OPEX
  • Rapid Service Innovation and Time to Market
  • A Truly Flexible and Agile Network Architecture


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The Alepo VRM

Independent Approach to NFV

Flexible deployment modes and proven interworking with NFV-MANO standards and various frameworks makes Alepo’s solutions ideal for operators looking to benefit from NFV.

  • Experience in multiple NFV technologies
  • In-house experts to help your team
  • Virtualization and automation permeate our culture
  • 100% delivery success rate for virtualized projects

VRM Functionality

Alepo’s VRM allows operators to deploy, provision, manage, and monitor their virtual nodes in an NFV infrastructure.   The Alepo VRM is a key component to realizing the benefits of virtualized network functions (VNF) within an NFV infrastructure as it enables and maintains the necessary resources to support the VNF nodes.

1. http://press.ihs.com/press-release/design-supply-chain-media/35-percent-operators-surveyed-will-deploy-nfv-year-effort-vi


Flexible Deployment Models





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