Ethernet Service Orchestration Software and Service
CENX provides software and services solutions that orchestrate Ethernet transport services across today’s IP networks and virtualized next generation software-defined networks. With CENX, service providers and cloud exchange providers can accelerate time to revenue, differentiate Ethernet services with variable connectivity options, and assure performance in today’s IP networks, and as they transform to software-defined networks.
Our flagship CENX Ethernet Lifecycle Manager solution offers service orchestration capabilities designed to differentiate Ethernet connectivity, accelerate service turn-up, maximize service uptime, and manage an optimal transport experience for enterprises, service providers and cloud exchange customers.
Our solution is unique in delivering an accurate, comprehensive and actionable view of all Ethernet services including on-net services, off-net inter-carrier transport segments served by 3rd party alternate access providers, and can be deployed in today’s IP networks and the new generation SDN. Today, Ethernet Lifecycle Manager is delivering tangible business value to our customers, including an estimated 23% savings in operations management & implementation, greater than 70% improvement in inventory accuracy, and 80%+ reduction in services turn-up time.
CENX’s deep Ethernet transport expertise, combined with Web 2.0, actionable analytics, and powered by software-driven automation makes CENX solutions faster to deploy, easier to adapt, and optimized for carrier Ethernet services. Backed by new generation technologies that ensure extreme performance, scalability and elasticity, CENX technology accelerates Ethernet service orchestration and turn-up as service providers transition to the software-defined network.
Founded in 2009, CENX is a US Corporation with key operations in Ottawa, Canada. Privately held, customers include Tier 1 service providers and cloud data centers. Through its work at the Metro Ethernet Forum, CENX plays a leading role in the definition of the Carrier Ethernet 2.0 standard.