OneAccess Networks is a leading provider of physical and virtual network functions enabling Cloud and other managed services to SMB and enterprise customers around the world.
For over a decade, OneAccess has been delivering enterprise network functions designed specifically for service providers’ needs: performance in compact multi-service access routers.
Our approach to virtualization takes this philosophy forward. Network operators and CSPs have told us they want a catalog of compact, efficient, carrier-grade VNFs delivered on an open, standards-based platform that allows them to stay in control. They want the ability to integrate third party network functions as they see fit. Plus they need a phased approach to NFV migration, at a pace which they define. So that’s what we deliver, today: fast network virtualization 34 of the top 100 service providers in the world have already chosen OneAccess to enhance their competitive edge. Now they can do so using state-of-the-art, open virtualization technology.
Leading service providers tell us that we’re significantly ahead of the game. Talk to us to find out more.
Catalog of Network Functions
As a leading router vendor with an extensive pedigree of proven physical CPE deployments for enterprise services, OneAccess has created an extensive range of highly scalable and carrier-grade virtualized network functions using industry-standard APIs in support of the next generation of software defined network infrastructure deployments.
OneAccess network functions can be integrated and combined with other vendors’ functions on a wide variety of virtualization platforms including its own white-box CPEs for maximum service agility. With a highly flexible licensing model, new innovative service offers can easily be assembled and marketed
Service Provider Focus
With OneAccess, service providers and other large network operators can be sure that they are dealing with a company that truly understands their specific needs for SMB and enterprise customers. These include minimum on-boarding and operations costs, high automation and replicability, support for open standards, as well as choice and maximum interoperability.