- Reportedly, this is the industry’s first and only solution framework that is cloud-native, open and flexible, by design, and with the lowest TCO
- Empirix is a recognized leader in end-to-end test automation,network and service performance monitoring, and analytics
Empirix, a company of US firm Thoma Bravo launched Klerity, a product framework for 5G and IoT monitoring, assurance and analytics. As informed by the company, Klerity allows operators and companies to execute their strategies in an agile, cost-effective manner, to mitigate risk and reduce time-to-market for new services.
Edoardo Rizzi, SVP, Product Management and Marketing at Empirix said “Our customers face an unprecedented challenge: a very complex 5G and IoT network ecosystem; high expectations from services and applications that depend on it; and a need to do more with much less.”
Klerity which is designed from the ground up to be cloud-native, open and flexible embeds the latest advancements in technology when it comes to data capture, processing, transfer, storage and visualisation. Its microservices-based architecture is the result of a decomposition in truly atomic functions and leverages Kubernetes.
Additionally, Klerity has numerous functionalities that enable it to address the critical, emerging requirements of any IoT, 5G Core, Open RAN and Mobile Edge Compute (MEC) environment. These include open APIs and its ability to collect and correlate data from any multitude of sources across the end-to-end service path as well as from the infrastructure of virtualised and cloud-native network domains.