22 Dec Afribone Deploys Disaggregated Router Solution Based on IP Infusion for Rollout of Fixed Wireless for Enterprises
IP Infusion enables Afribone, leading Internet service provider in Mali, to deliver high bandwidth services with lower TCO
SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–IP Infusion, a leading provider of network disaggregation solutions for telecom and data communications operators, today announced that Afribone, a leading Internet service provider in the Republic of Mali in Western Africa, is deploying a disaggregated router solution based on IP Infusion’s OcNOS® network operating system. Afribone is expanding its multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) network in order to better serve fixed wireless enterprise customers and to provide high availability, carrier-class connectivity to their data centers.
Founded in 1999, Afribone serves local private and public enterprises, including international and national Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), embassies and several United Nations organizations. In 2020, Afribone’s local loop radio distribution network was ranked as the best Internet service provider in the Republic of Mali – West Africa.
OcNOS is the industry’s full-featured network operating system for white box disaggregated network solutions that provides transition from traditional networks to open networks. With this OcNOS-based disaggregated router solution, Afribone is expanding their network capacity by replacing legacy, purpose-built hardware with disaggregated solutions. IP Infusion’s OcNOS is running on Afribone’s white box routers to connect fixed wireless enterprise clients to Afribone’s backbone network and data center.
“We selected the OcNOS network operating system to deploy in our network because of its feature-rich MPLS capabilities, carrier-class per-port VLAN support, and the ability of seamless migration to existing legacy network,” said Eric Stevance, CEO, Afribone. “Our backbone network is evolving entirely to MPLS, thanks to OcNOS. As we continue to expand our network coverage, we are seeing lower capital and operational expenses that lead to greater total cost of ownership.”
“IP Infusion welcomes Afribone to the growing list of African service providers who are selecting OcNOS as their network operating system to expand their connectivity and to take advantage of network disaggregation,” said Atsushi Ogata, President and CEO of IP Infusion. “With network disaggregation, Afribone can simplify their network operational model by selecting the best combination of individual hardware and software components, eliminating vendor lock-in and significantly reducing CapEx and OpEx.”
About IP Infusion
IP Infusion enables disaggregated networking solutions for carriers, service providers and data center operators. We provide network OS solutions for today’s networks to allow network operators to reduce network costs, increase flexibility, and to deploy new features and services quickly. IP Infusion is an integrator and customer service provider for DANOS-Vyatta edition, as well as a provider of the OcNOS® and ZebOS® network operating systems to our more than 300 customers. IP Infusion is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., and is a wholly owned and independently operated subsidiary of ACCESS CO., LTD. Additional information can be found at http://www.ipinfusion.com
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