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Orange2018/02Orange Launches Next-Gen Cisco Network Automation Capabilities Across Its IP and Data Portfolio
NTT East2017/11NTT East Japan Adopts Cisco NFV Portfolio To Help Small and Medium Enterprises With ICT Cloud Computing

BT and Cisco accelerate partnership for future networks

NTT Docomo2017/03Cisco to Automate NTT DOCOMO’s Network Device Provisioning

Cisco Network Services Orchestrator a Key Technology Enabler for Telstra’s Network of the Future

Telstra expands deployment of Cisco NSO to bring next generation network automation capabilities across its IP and data portfolio

Vodafone Hutchison Australia2017/01/16

Ericsson and Cisco to virtualize Vodafone Hutchison Australia's core and IP network

The joint architecture solution comprises of Ericsson Hyperscale Datacenter System and software components such as Ericsson Cloud Execution Environment, Ericsson Cloud Manager, Cloud SDN controller; together with Cisco WAN Automation Engine, Cisco Network Services Orchestrator (NSO), Cisco IP Network VNFs including IOS XR 9000v and Cloud Services Router 1000v, and both virtualized and physical security technologies such as the Adaptive Security Appliance and Cisco Firepower security gateway, along with services and support.

Level 32016/08/10

Level 3 Delivers Automated Network-as-a-Service With Adaptive Network Control Solutions Powered By Cisco Network Service Orchestrator

With Programmable Networks, Level 3 Puts Customers Front and Center

Case Study: Level 3 Goes Global with Network Automation


Telefonica Business Solutions automates its global IP infrastructure

The Company will enhance its Network Automation process, leveraging on Cisco NSO product, enabled by Tail-f, to simplify network operations, accelerate service delivery and enhance overall reliability.


Telstra Steps Up Automation Drive with Cisco Network Services Orchestrator

Telstra has become the first carrier in Australia to introduce a software driven Orchestrated Assurance Solution for its enterprise and business customers, by announcing its intention to choose Cisco’s Network Services Orchestrator (NSO), enabled by Tail-f, to fully automate both provisioning and assurance of the IP networks and services. 



Softbank Deploys Cisco Evolved Services Platform Technologies to Increase Customer Experience and Flexibility for Its Managed Services Gateway

DUSSELDORF, GERMANY -- (Marketwired) -- 10/15/15 -- Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) -- At SDN & OpenFlow World Congress, Softbank Corp. announced that it will deploy an upgraded architecture of Softbank's White Cloud SmartVPN, utilizing Cisco Evolved Services Platform (ESP) Orchestration, software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) technologies. The enhanced architecture reduces the time to deployment for new enterprise services from weeks to minutes, while allowing for greater elasticity of customer demand by utilizing service chaining of new virtual network functions.

Case Study: SoftBank Accelerates Service Delivery to Customers Using Virtualization and Automation Software from Cisco


Equinix benefits from Cisco Network Services Orchestrator enabled by Tail-F

Case Study: Equinix Uses Cisco NSO to Augment the Orchestration of its Cloud Exchange Service

Deutsche Telekom2015/03/03

Deutsche Telekom, Cisco Announce the Launch of DT's Cloud VPN Service in Three European Countries

Virtualized Cloud-Managed IT Solution Brings Self-Service IT Security to Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMBs)

BARCELONA, SPAIN -- (Marketwired) -- 03/03/15 -- At Mobile World Congress, Deutsche Telekom (DT) announced the launch of a Cloud VPN (Virtual Private Network) Service for small and medium businesses. The announcement builds on the longstanding collaboration between DT and Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO). The Cloud VPN offering is DT's first commercial service based on its centralized Pan-European IP network. It was designed and developed using a collaborative "devops" philosophy by Cisco and DT. The service is first available to customers via DT's subsidiaries in Croatia, Hungary and Slovakia from March 2.


AT&T Introduces the "User-Defined Network Cloud": A Vision for the Network of the Future

Customers to Have More Control and Ability to Add New Network Services On-Demand and in Near Real-Time; First Four Vendors Announced as Vendor Review and Selection Process Continues
Dallas, Texas, February 24, 2014

AT&T* today introduced its vision for the company’s network of the future, titled the “User-Defined Network Cloud.” Supported by its Domain 2.0 supplier program, AT&T is putting customers at the center of the network with a modern, cloud-based architecture that is a global first at this scale. The shift will build on AT&T’s best-in-class network status, and is expected to significantly reduce the time required to pivot to this architecture and accelerate time-to-market with technologically-advanced products and services.

Additionally, the following companies presented their experiences at the NSO Developer Days in June 2017:

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KDDINSO Dev Days: KDDI keynote
TeliaSoneraNSO Dev Days: Telia keynote
TelstraNSO Dev Days: Telstra keynote
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