Nokia said today that Telefónica Spain will use its Deepfield Cloud Intelligence tools to troubleshot its Fusión-branded network.
Using Nokia's Cloud Genome technology, which tracks more than 50,000 popular cloud applications and over-the-top services, the solution provides real-time data on network traffic. This enables the telecom to program automated automated responses.
Nokia notes Spain’s 5.9 million online video users as the driver for its product.
"A detailed knowledge of network and service performance, in real-time, is required to truly achieve the benefits of automation,” said Javier Gutiérrez, director of strategy and network and IT development at Telefónica Spain. “The Nokia Deepfield solution gives us the necessary network visibility and actionable analytics that will allow us to automate our operations and continue to improve our network and service capabilities.”
Added Kevin Macaluso, general manager of Nokia Deepfield: ”By correlating the Deepfield Cloud Genome ‘map of the internet’ with telemetry network data, Nokia provides operators with visibility into video services and cloud applications performance throughout their network, all in software—without the need for expensive probes, taps and monitors in the network itself. This allows Nokia customers to insightfully drive automation for greater network efficiency to help assure quality and enhance security."
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