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Enea Network Functions joins Microsoft Azure Operator Nexus Ready Program

Enea today announces that it is joining the Microsoft Azure Operator Nexus Ready program. The introduction of Enea’s Telecom product portfolio will further enhance mobile operators’ ability to unlock the potential of 5G and provide more choice in pre-validated solutions to ensure a faster time to deployment for solutions.

Azure Operator Nexus Ready program provides an API layer to automate and manage network functions. The Enea network functions will integrate and validate at both the API interoperability level and the automated deployment level to provide telecom operators the option to build, host and operate these containerized functions as part of a network in a cloud or hybrid cloud environment.

The Enea Network functions include the Stratum Network Data layer, 5G Service Engine, Subscription Manager and Policy Manager, providing a range of subscriber data management, authorization, and traffic management capabilities for both 4G & 5G mobile environments.

This continues Enea’s commitment for open interoperability, best of breed software-based solutions and with the addition of key functions like the Stratum Network Data later as an open 5G UDR & UDSF, providing the data management foundation, to drive a fully cloud native architecture with Azure Operator Nexus.

To learn more about Microsoft Azure Operator Nexus Ready Program click:

Enea’s network functions:

Network Data Layer 

5G Service Engine 

Data Management Applications

Signaling and Messaging Security:

Signaling Security

Messaging Security

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