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18 October, 2018 12:54 IST
Calix and Infosys enter strategic co-creation partnership
Source: IRIS | 11 Apr, 2018, 12.11PM
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Calix announced a strategic multi-year partnership with Infosys, that will accelerate communications service provider (CSP) adoption of AXOS, its Software Defined Access (SDA) Platform.

Calix and Infosys will jointly invest to co-create new services and value-added offerings on the award winning AXOS platform. By reducing time-to-market for new AXOS capabilities and greatly broadening AXOS offerings, the partnership will enable service providers to accelerate deployments of next generation access networks that will dramatically reduce their operating cost and enable them to deploy new services at a rapid pace.

''The digital revolution, driven by the proliferation of devices and hyper connectivity, has forced nearly every organization to reassess their core business and operating models,'' said Ravi Kumar, President and Deputy Chief Operating Officer, Infosys. ''The rapid digitization of business processes has also opened up new opportunities for organizations to innovate and create new products and services that address unmet customer needs. We are evolving our business model by partnering with innovators such as Calix, that can leverage our market scale, unparalleled expertise, and deployment capabilities to help our customers digitize their businesses. For our CSP customers, we will extend the capabilities of AXOS to help them remain essential to their subscribers. Ultimately, our goal is to help them transform their access and subscriber networks, evolve their business models and generate entirely new revenue streams.''

Through this partnership, Infosys will develop and deliver new software modules for the AXOS platform. With these new capabilities, service providers can reduce the cost of operating their networks, improve network intelligence and deliver improved subscriber experiences. The fully abstracted, modular, standards-based architecture of the AXOS platform makes it an ideal innovation platform for technology leaders who want to deliver break-through capabilities to CSPs.

Shares of the company gained Rs 10.75, or 0.96%, to trade at Rs 1,124.90. The total volume of shares traded was 129,238 at the BSE (11.59 a.m., Wednesday).



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