Sigma Systems Join hands with ETSI Network Functions Specifications ISG
FREMONT, CA: Sigma Systems, the pioneer in catalog-driven Idea-to-Install products has announced that it has joined the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) Industry Specifications Group (ISG).
The NFV group within ETSI is working intensely to develop the required standards for Network Functions Virtualization as well as sharing their experiences of NFV development and early implementation. ISG NFV has now grown to over 230 individual companies including over 37 of the world’s major service providers as well as representatives from both telecoms and IT vendors.
“Sigma believes that the integration between OSS and the ETSI MANO will be instrumental to the successful deployment of SDN and NFV implementations” says Drew Jordan, Solutions Architect and Sigma member for ETSI “we are pleased to work with the ETSI community to define these specifications.”
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