OpenText, Anritsu units extend teamup for 5G networks

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Vertica by OpenText and Anritsu Service Assurance extended their long-running partnership to provide a new generation of analytical database technologies to Anritsu’s next-generation architecture, designed to meet the demands of 5G networks around the world.

Anritsu Service Assurance delivers trusted insights and support to global telecommunication service providerrs. It is enhancing its portfolio to meet the new demands service providers face with implementing 5G, particularly the operational agility required for the wide range of use cases that 5G offers. 

Critical to the success of an agile 5G network is low latency at massive scale, new edge-computing services, and digital services, all of which increase network traffic and data. 

The Vertica analytical database capabilities embedded in the Anritsu architecture will allow for multi-petabyte scale data processing.

“The fast-paced evolution of 5G networks means service providers need to balance the network and operational demands at scale while ensuring their customers’ experience,” said Ralf Idling, CEO of Anritsu. “Our continued partnership with Vertica by OpenText scales our ability to bring customers the best possible solutions for managing their needs and the complexities of 5G.”

Muhi Majzoub, EVP and chief product officer at OpenText, said adopting 5G in the telecommunications industry requires robust, fast networks, which can only be achieved with increased levels of artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and modern data architectures.

 “The advanced data analytics capabilities of the Vertica analytical database will play a significant role in Anritsu’s architecture,? said Majzoub. “The result is that Anritsu customers can easily meet the demands associated with data-intensive workloads and fast data transaction requirements in the cloud.”

Vertica by OpenText will help Anritsu meet its 5G and next-generation architecture needs by providing auto-scaling capabilities with Kubernetes; reduced hardware footprint leading to a lower TCO; ffaster and easier fixes and upgrades that do not impact the network, storage and deployment choices for Anritsu clients; AIOps for network automation; and a clear path for network upgrades.