ActivePort Struck by Lightstorm


ActivePort Group has announced it has begun a new strategic agreement with Lightstorm Telecom.

The initial project is to deliver ActivePort’s Management and Orchestration (MANO) software for Lightstorm to manage their cloud and network services and provide SD-WAN services to their customers. Total project value expected to exceed AUD $1 million.

Lightstorm is building a utility-grade fibre network, called SmartNet, connecting all of the major economic hubs in India via 45+ data centres. ActivePort’s software adds real-time provisioning and customer self-service to Lightstorm’s SmartNet network, giving Lightstorm a significant advantage in the telecommunications market.

Karim Nejaim, ActivePort CEO, commented: “With Lightstorm we are helping build the new generation of global networking capability in the world’s second largest telecommunications market of over 1.18 billion subscribers and growing. ActivePort’s software platform was built for the telecommunications industry, providing self service solutions that reduce operational costs, drive efficiency, and provide world-class edge-to-Cloud network capability. We are proud that Lightstorm has chosen ActivePort and excited to be working with an innovative network operator in such a dynamic market.”

Amajit Gupta, Lightstorm CEO, said: “Lightstorm has taken everything about networking infrastructure from fibre, network & architecture and completely re-engineered it to serve a world powered by Cloud and digital experience – one that requires 100 percent uptime, shortest latency, and control in the hands of the customer. ActivePort is the only company offering an all-in-one solution that supports our vision of a carrier-neutral and vendor agnostic network. In addition, ActivePort’s orchestration management and single-pane-of-view portal helps us realise our vision of building a software-defined automated network that allows world-class customer self-service for our network and cloud services.”


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