Dimetis announced that it has entered into a long term frame agreement with a major US Telecom Operator. The agreement reinforces and expands Dimetis’ presence and leadership in the North American Market.
The frame agreement includes the supply and feature upgrades for Dimetis’ flagship product BOSS LINK Manager. BOSS LINK Manager can dynamical configure, schedule, monitor and control any data connection across transmission networks of all types. The US Telecom customer will be able to leverage a feature rich product road map that will enable BOSS LINK eManager to provide services on-demand in a distributed cloud environment.
BOSS LINK Manager manages systems end-to-end regardless of technologies and manufacturers deployed in the network.
"We continue to expand our customer portfolio worldwide and tighten the relationship with existing customers thanks to the capabilities and the reliability of our solutions. Our customers not only rely on us to operate their networks today, but with BOSS LINK Manager™ they invest in a platform that can scale to provide orchestration between inventory systems, visibility on the operations of SDN and NFV controllers used in the network and expand their business.”Shahin Arefzadeh, Dimetis COO.
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