Germany's ADVA Optical Networking has expanded its Ensemble Harmony Ecosystem with six new partners to push its network virtualisation and cloud offerings.
The new partners are Iricent of Ireland, Jolata in the US, Netrounds of Sweden, Quortus in the UK, Senetas of Australia and Viptela in the US.
Brian Irish, Director, Global Marketing Programmes, said: "The latest expansion means more players, more technology and more choice for our customers. Ensemble Harmony helps us continue delivering on our promise of simplifying NFV (network functions virtualisation) for our customers.
"Together with our partners, we're accelerating the pace of software-based innovation and leading the way to a cloud-based future."
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