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Zero Touch Provisioning

Customers demand new technology and better experience, but are your systems and processes geared to meet their needs? With technology evolving rapidly, there is an increasing need to decommission end-of-life network assets and migrate to next-gen devices. The traditional methodology for both commissioning and decommissioning is human effort-intensive and hence, time-consuming.

Cyient provides dynamic commissioning and decommissioning of multi-vendor and multi-technology network elements, automatically reconciling “as-is” with “as-planned” inventory data, thereby providing:

Success Stories

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Case Study

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Network Decommissioning Program in Australia

Improved the efficiency of a decommissioning program by 50% by leveraging process automation technologies.

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Case Study

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Migration from a Legacy Device to a Next-Gen Device

Adopted the process of orchestrated migration, leveraging automation tools, to support an operator in migrating from existing device to a next-gen device.

Insights

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Network Decommissioning

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The Paradigm Shift, at a Glance

Site Engineering

  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures

Site Engineering

  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures

Site Engineering

Site Engineering

  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures

Site Engineering

  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures
  • Network-as-a-service model driven by software-defined modular architectures

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