MRV is headed to Minneapolis, MN for the 2017 MTA Convention

Where is the MRV team headed to now? Minneapolis, MN! MRV will be attending the 2017 MTA Convention at the Hyatt Regency March 27-29. Come visit us at Booth 26! The annual convention is the largest state telecommunications association convention in the United States and connects 44 small, medium and large telecommunications providers. The convention…


Service Providers – Meet Your Customers’ Redundancy Needs

Redundancy is always an important consideration for service providers.  With millions of customers traversing their networks, it is crucial to ensure connectivity even in the event of a system or component failure.  Redundancy can be built into the system, at multiple layers.  Resilience is maintained with redundant physical links and protocols at layers 2 and…

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Pro-Vision Gets an Upgrade!

Today we announced an upgrade to our Pro-Vision lifecycle service management and orchestration software platform. The upgraded service platform will include a next generation RESTCONF Northbound API. Integrating with MRV’s family of optical transport and switching platforms, Pro-Vison powers standards-based Yang models, such as those defined by the Open Networking Foundation’s (ONF’s) T-API standard, for…

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Pro-Vision®- MRV’s Lifecycle Service Orchestration (LSO) and Management Software Platform

Pro-Vision innovative Service Orchestration and Management software significantly eases network operation and gives service providers a
comprehensive set of LSO automated tools from planning and provisioning to visualizing and optimizing packet and optical networks and services.


Lifecycle Service Orchestration and the Evolution of Carrier Ethernet Services

Every so often, a new paradigm shift emerges in the telecommunications industry amid a sea of competing “acronyms of the day”. The last such major shift was introduction, followed by widespread adoption, of OAM technologies that finally brought robust, assured Carrier Ethernet services into the mainstream. It took several years before initial recommendations made by MEF evolved into widely-adopted standards driven by organizations such as ITU.