Elisa Polystar is headquartered in Stockholm and focuses on automation – what they refer to as “self-driving networks”.  The FRINX Machine is part of a growing portfolio of network automation, analytics, optimization and management software offered by Elisa Polystar.

FRINX Machine is targeted at automating transport network operations in multi-vendor networks. With automation such a key priority for telcos today, this profile is a timely independent view on a relatively new yet impressive offering. Author Grant Lenahan profiles FRINX Machine in the context of other key industry themes such as intent-based networking, low-code/no-code, enterprise services, network slicing and automation.

This solution profile is part of a series of profiles that accompanies our market outlook report on automation in the transport domain.  This research looks at the state of the art in automating transport networks and services. Our focus is on L2/L3 services, but with full observability of Layer 1.

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Report author: Grant Lenahan
Publication date: 23/03/2023
Number of pages: 9