Blue Planet utilizes disruptive software and technology advancements to enable network intelligence and automation, and operational scale and efficiency to help power your digital businesses.
Blue Planet takes a giant leap forward with a container-based micro-services software architecture that incorporates advanced modeling, templating, and orchestration methodologies to provide a scalable, vendor-agnostic, highly programmable software platform. This modular and extensible approach enables network operators to automate the lifecycle of differentiated new services that can be deployed across multi-vendor and multi-domain environments and scaled on demand. The result is a dramatic transformation of not just how services are delivered, but how networks are operated.
MICRO-SERVICES ARCHITECTUREModular, web-scale architecture for rapid feature adoption
Blue Planet is built around the concept of container-based micro-services that provide the ability to deploy and benefit from disruptive web-scale technologies, easier integration with third-party solutions, reduced resource utilization, and the ability to add new features more quickly, with no service interruption. This approach significantly increases the agility of the orchestration platform, reducing OPEX and the CAPEX of adding new features to the platform.Learn More
BPMN APPROACH FOR OSS INTEGRATIONBusiness Process Model and Notation (BPMN) ensures seamless and cost-effective integration with the OSS/BSS
Leveraging BPMN, Blue Planet streamlines integration with legacy OSS/BSSs, simplifying the process and lowering the cost to create, integrate, and operate new services. In addition, BPMN simplifies network operators’ ability to offer programmable self-service tools to their end-customers for provisioning NFV-based managed services.Learn More
OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARENetwork providers worldwide are adopting Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and virtualized services. They’re embracing agile development and operational processes.
They’re doing what it takes to avoid disruption from more nimble competitors—and that includes opening up, in a way they never have before, to open-source.Learn More