Enea NFV Access offers developers a best-in-class virtualization and management platform for any Arm-based  universal or virtual customer premise equipment (uCPE or vCPE). Developers bring their own SD-WAN, vFirewall, vRouter, LTE or 5G, or any other virtual network function (VNF) solution to this platform. 

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Enea NFV Access is a complete network function virtualization infrastructure (NFVI) platform, optimized to reduce cost for communication service providers (CSPs) and small to medium-sized enterprises (SME). Enea NFV Access efficiently scales across Arm-based uCPE and vCPE boxes with a wide range of uCPE and vCPE configurations. To reduce administration and maintenance costs, Enea NFV Access provides developers with support for Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) and Automation.


High performance low footprint advantage

Enea NFV Access depends on the NETCONF protocol, reducing the footprint and resource utilization to a minimum and optimized for Arm chipsets. Based on open interfaces and open protocols, Enea NFV Access guarantees a fully lock-in free software platform.

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Enea NFV Access Partner Ecosystem

Enea NFV Access is supported by a strong developer ecosystem including hardware vendors, VNF developers, and orchestration solution providers.

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Expert insight: Ampere Computing

Interview with Jeff Wittich at Ampere Computing about optimized processor and virtualization platforms for the Edge. 

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