Networks
Overview

Industry 4.0, growing end-consumer demands and the need to dynamically configure networks has led to a massive growth of virtual network nodes.  These virtual nodes and their associated tools and services bring agility and dynamic functionality in the legacy networks. Globally, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) are relentlessly working towards creating hardware and software support around new-age and emerging technologies and offering faster network speeds. Investing in these technologies has proven to contribute towards faster time-to-market, enhanced speed of deployment and eventually boost business productivity.

 
In the era of continuous digital transformation, intense competition and rapidly evolving technology landscape Hughes Systique is well poised to partner with customers to develop, build and manage hyper-converged networks. With ahead of curve investments in technology standards & knowhow, HSC has built a competent portfolio of services based on Cloud technologies, SDN, NFV & Service Orchestration. Our team of experienced Network engineers helps customers design and develop networks that are required to deliver the Quality of Service (QOS) demands of the new age services.
 
HSC is an established partner for Edge orchestration in Intel Network Builder Program and Intel Edge Eco System. Hughes Systique is also working with some of the major networking OEMs and helping them enhance their Network as a Service (NaaS) offerings.
Services

HSC has been partnering with customers in the 5th Generation Networks space to solve complex distributed architectures and build solutions for the future. Using SDN & NFV technologies, HSC helps orchestrate and deploy the new applications supported by 5G networks providing ultra-high bandwidth low latency communications for automotive connectivity, smart cities and machine-to-machine applications.

Here are some of the service offerings from HSC in helping build solutions for next generation networks:

Solutions
Next Generation Hotspot Solution (NGH)
The Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) Solution is a cloud-based network solution that complements Wi-Fi access points to facilitate easy and secure Wi-Fi onboarding along with seamless Wi-Fi roaming.
Distributed Virtual Orchestration Framework (DVOF)
Distributed Virtual Orchestration Framework (DVOF) is an OpenStack based HSC Accelerator to help speed up development of Orchestration solution for SDN controlled, clout-native applications in a virtualized environment.
Unified Test Automation Framework (UTAF)
UTAF is a one stop solution for providing script-less automation framework for test web and mobile applications. The solution is built on the principles of a hybrid framework encapsulating keyword-driven and data-driven test approach.
Resources

Blogs

ArticleId: 153 Title: Network Function Virtualization- Initial Challenges
ArticleId: 343 Title: SDN Based Wireless Networks - A Review
ArticleId: 358 Title: NFV Migration: Transition from CAPEX to Service Agility
ArticleId: 362 Title: How NFV (Network Function Virtualization) Will Accelerate Mobile Cloud Adoption
ArticleId: 370 Title: Building Cloud-Ready Applications - Best Practices
ArticleId: 388 Title: Network Slicing in 5G - A Move For Better Performance
ArticleId: 423 Title: How 5G Is Enabling Network as a Service
ArticleId: 429 Title: SDN based Networks for Internet of things: How ONOS helps
ArticleId: 440 Title: Benefits and Loopholes in Building Automation Control Systems
ArticleId: 468 Title: How WiFi based Analytics Can Drive Monetization Opportunities in Proximity Marketing
ArticleId: 470 Title: The Role Of WiFi In 5G
ArticleId: 471 Title: Frictionless WiFi Experience For A Great Customer Experience
ArticleId: 472 Title: End-to-end Wi-Fi Service Management - A Case study
ArticleId: 261 Title: Big Data in Telecom
ArticleId: 378 Title: What Makes AWS (Amazon Web Services) the Market Leader in Cloud Services
ArticleId: 353 Title: The Evolution of 5G Networks
ArticleId: 484 Title: 5G Networks: The evolution and trends today
ArticleId: 155 Title: Enterprise Architecture For Next Generation Telecommunication Service Providers
ArticleId: 478 Title: WiFi Offload And Monetization - The Opportunities Are Endless
ArticleId: 490 Title: Deploying Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) in Stadiums for an Immersive Fan Experience
ArticleId: 492 Title: An Introduction to Wi-Fi 6
ArticleId: 489 Title: Cloud-Native Applications in a Virtualized Environment
ArticleId: 395 Title: How HotSpot 2.0 helps solve the current Wi-Fi challenges
ArticleId: 493 Title: How NGH Enables Transformative Experiences In The Hospitality Sector?
ArticleId: 498 Title: Mobile Edge Computing - Current Trends
ArticleId: 502 Title: Role Of OTT In The Hospitality Industry
ArticleId: 517 Title: An Overview of ITIL: Framework & Best Practices
ArticleId: 463 Title: Cyber Security Risks that Accompany IoT and how to Mitigate Them
ArticleId: 524 Title: How Consulting/Services Industry Enables Open-Source's Journey Towards Maturity?
ArticleId: 528 Title: OpenRoaming - A Global Wi-Fi Roaming Enabler
ArticleId: 534 Title: An Overview of SD-WAN
ArticleId: 533 Title: Effect of Apple's MAC Randomization Feature on Enterprises
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