Network-as-a-Hosted Service (NaaHS)

Network-as-a-Hosted Service (NaaHS) with AWS and Mavenir

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Mavenir’s Network-as-a-Hosted Service (NaaHS) with AWS provides a secure, cost-effective alternative to run parts of the telco network on the public cloud and gives CSPs flexibility to integrate the solution with other on-prem workloads – all without compromising or degrading their SLAs and resiliency.

Mavenir offers key network services which combines network software and the AWS Cloud in a pay-as-you grow model. CSPs can now control costs and move from a CAPEX to an OPEX model.

Five packages with subscriber-based pricing:
  • 4G Data
  • 5G Data
  • 4G IoT
  • 4G Voice
  • Messaging

Packages are designed to accommodate a variety of use cases and deployments; where Mavenir, in partnership with AWS, will offer managed operations and allow visibility, control, and insights to the CSPs.

Mavenir’s deep telco expertise in deploying highly distributed and cloud-native solutions, coupled with AWS global cloud operations for different industries provides agility, scaling, slicing and resiliency.

Powering Next Generation Telco with Mavenir and AWS

Deploying a network with Mavenir and AWS is a game changer. The partnership combines Mavenir’s expertise in deploying and operating cloud-native network functions with the global scale and power of the AWS compute infrastructure.

The Advantages of NaaHS

Remove the complexity.

The Mavenir cloud-native, microservices-based, containerized software enables a streamlined environment. The AWS fully-managed cloud service reduces hardware investment, removes the capital expense, depreciation burden, and need for dedicated physical space.  The operational costs of managing software lifecycles and platform integration efforts are significantly reduced, leaving the CSP to focus on revenue-generating business, not IT.

Increase or decrease capacity securely based on network demands.

The NaaHS solution is designed to be deployed in a combination of AWS Region, Local Zones (LZ), and Outpost servers. The elasticity of Mavenir’s cloud-native software makes it easy to scale up and down as demand changes, whether it’s forecasted or not. Network security, isolation, and data governance are pillars of the design, and Mavenir worked with AWS to carefully architect the solution to address typical CSP security concerns.

Automate and deploy applications in minutes.

All network services in the solution are lifecycle managed through Mavenir’s orchestration solution, which makes it easy and efficient to design and deploy a network instance. Building, testing, releasing, and deploying can happen swiftly and consistently. Developers can make quick modifications and updates to applications that are built as fine-grained microservices in containers, deployed on the AWS cloud.

Launch new services at rapid speed.

Rely on Mavenir and AWS for a customizable, better performing network with Open APIs from Mavenir that integrate with any 3rd party observability framework and provide flexible, extensible service agility. AWS enables Continuous Integration and Continuous Development (CI/CD) which reduces lengthy integration using DevOps-based software release and upgrade cycles. Using automation gives CSPs reduced time to market.

Open RAN and Public Cloud

Mavenir is the first to deploy Open vRAN on the public cloud as part of the DISH deployment. Our unique strategy brings best practices from the hyperscale cloud and IT industries for rapid design, development, testing and rollouts.   Mavenir’s cloud native tools (mCMS and MTCIL) use native kubernetes constructs to provide seamless configuration management of RAN workloads to support the placement of workloads at the right location.

What’s Next for 5G?

Listen to the discussion from MWC22, as experts from Dish, AWS, Mavenir and Koch Strategic Platforms joined TMN to discuss what is coming next in 5G, both in technology and in the upcoming business opportunity.

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The agility and scale of the public cloud and niche communication infrastructure capabilities of CSPs are beginning to converge into a mutually beneficial relationship that will shape the innovation and operating models for the telecommunication industry in the forthcoming decade.