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Intracom Telecom

Intracom Telecom is a global telecommunication systems & solutions vendor operating for over 35 years in the market. During its nearly four decades of history, the company has successfully participated in major ICT projects worldwide and has received awards and distinctions for its technologies and work environment. Today, Intracom Telecom employs over 1,900 highly-skilled professionals and operates own R&D and production facilities. Its subsidiaries span across Europe, Russia & the CIS, the Middle East & Africa, Asia and North America.

Intracom Telecom has extensive know-how and a proven track record in the telecommunications market, serving more than 100 renowned customers in over 70 countries. The company develops and provides products, solutions and professional services primarily for fixed and mobile telecom operators, public authorities and large public and private enterprises.

Intracom Telecom strategic focus has been placed on the development of own products in the Wireless Network Systems and Telco Software areas in regions that present high growth rates while for the Services sector the company emphasizes on the regions where it has established strong presence and technical know-how.

Intracom Telecom is committed to accelerating the adoption of SDN, creating a solid foundation for NFV. As part of its ongoing roadmap to innovation in the Telco SDN/NFV domain, Intracom Telecom carries out advanced R&D activities developing products like:

SERVICES

NFV-RI
Virtualized infrastructures are becoming increasingly critical in CSPs' deployments as mobile networks grow and expand from core to edge, and as 5G implementations begin. In contrast to generic IT workloads, NFV has really stringent KPIs, like deterministic performance, high throughput or low latency, which often requires using the underlying infrastructure in inflexible and inefficient ways in order to achieve them. For instance, dataplane VNFs are keeping the servers where they run constantly at a high power-up state, as if they are always operating for peak demand. Similarly, operators deploy critical functions typically in isolation, reserving upfront a large portion of server resources in order to prevent contention from other services, and therefore Service Level Objectives (SLOs) violation. But in this way a large portion of infrastructure remains unutilized.
Highlights

Support multiple types of VNFs: KVM Virtual Machines, native Linux applications, Docker containers, Kubernetes pods

RESOURCES

White Papers & Solution Briefs

Intracom Telecom Machine Learning Boosts NFV Energy Efficiency - Based on Intel Xeon Scalable processors with enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology NFV-RI predicts virtual network function traffic loads to optimize power savings | December 18, 2020 | White Paper
Intracom Telecom Automates NFV Performance Improvement | February 05, 2020 | Solution Brief

Achieving Faster & Cheaper Wi-Fi Deployments via Virtualized Wi-Fi - Intracom Telecom’s Virtualized WiFi accelerates the deployment of WiFi network services while minimizing CapEx & OpEx and leveraging existing Access Points

Monetizing Wi-Fi Virtualization - 3 scenario about how telecom providers can leverage their existing access points networks

NFV Autonomic Policy Management - Maximizing Impact of Network Functions Virtualization

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