Argela attended the IEEE COMDAY4 at Gebze Technical University

On December 12th, Argela attended the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers,(IEEE) COMDAY4, which took place at Gebze University. During the event, students who are mainly majoring in engineering had the opportunity to speak and listen to professionals.

Argela’s Technology Director of Telecom Solutions, Mr. Gökhan Karakuş spoke at the event where he talked about Argela and 5G, changes in the mobile telecommunications and 5G technologies.

Netsia has integrated its Private LTE Demo Platform into Telefonica’s Global Network Lab

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Telefonica and Argela’s subsidiary in the USA, Netsia have completed the successful integration of Netsia’s Private LTE Demo Platform into Telefonica’s Global Network Labs located in Madrid.

The integration of Netsia’s programmable Software Defined Network (SDN)-based Radio Access Network framework ProgRAN into Telefonica’s Labs has proven that SDN/NFV techniques can be successfully applied to the RAN.

ProgRAN, which reproduces a Private LTE network with the ability to sub-divide the network into multiple slices at RAN level offers different performances, latencies, and radio resources to different sets of customers.

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Argela Deploys NPM/CEM Solution to Digicel

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Argela has successfully deployed NPM / CEM solution to Digicel, Bermuda.  The customer acceptance was granted to Argela on October 25th. Argela and its partner Yupana are also negotiating with Digicel group to deploy the same solution to the other 30 operators of the group.


Digicel group is a mobile phone network provider operating in 31 markets across the Caribbean, Central America, and Oceania regions.

Netsia participated at the ONAP Mini Summit Closing Panel  

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On October 12th 2017, Argela attended the ONAP Mini Summit Closing Panel, which was organized within Layer123 SDN&NFV World Congress at the Hague, Netherlands.   The participants of the panel consisted of  representatives from various vendors, telecom operators and Netsia, and was moderated by Arpit Joshipura, GM of Networking, Linux Foundation. The panel’s main focus was the consumption of ONAP.   During the panel, Netsia’s Bora Eliaçik talked about several use cases and implementation strategies for ONAP and stressed that end-to-end slicing is a critical feature of 5G technology.   “We are proud to be receiving significant interest in our RAN slicing technology, ProgRAN. We are currently working on a number of trials and are planning to integrate ONAP and M-CORD for ONAP to become ready for end-to-end sliceable mobile networks.” said Eliaçık.   Over 2,000 executives, decision makers, leaders and activists met during the 4 day event at the Hague where face-to-face knowledge about various subjects were exchanged.


Argela to attend the Gitex 2017 in Dubai

gitexlogoArgela will be present at the Middle East’s largest technology festival GITEX Technology Week 2017, which will be held in Dubai from October 8th-October 12th, 2017 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

Argela will be located at the Turkish Trade Center booth along with other Turkish ICT companies. at Concourse CC2, Stand 11A.

We hope to see you in Dubai.



Netsia demonstrated ProgNET and ProgRAN at the MWC Americas 

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Netsia participated at the first ever World Mobile Congress Americas between September 12-14 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. The Congress this year hosted more than 1,000 companies and 21,000 attendees from 110 countries.    NETSIA attended the event with its Secure Software Defined Network solution for enterprises, ProgNET. ProgNET’s cyber self-defense capabilities along with its flexible routing, real time network discovery and network slicing capabilities were demonstrated at the Netsia booth.   NETSIA’s programmable radio access network (RAN) ProgRAN solution was also present at the ONF booth. Attendees were able to experience ProgRAN’s features which include dynamically Programmable RAN and Profile Based Software-Defined Virtualization.

Argela becomes a board member of ONOS

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Argela and Türk Telekom have become strong contenders at the Open Network Foundation (ONF). Türk Telekom’s CTO Mr. Cengiz Doğan has become a board member of the ONF, while Argela’s Vice President Mr. Semih İncedayi has joined the ONF’s Open Network Operating System (ONOS) Project as a board member under the CORD initiative.   The Open Networking Foundation (ONF) is a non-profit operator led consortium driving transformation of network infrastructure and carrier business models. ONOS aims to produce the Open Source Network Operating System that will enable service providers to build real Software Defined Networks.

Argela won two Awards at Beetech 2016

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Argela attended the Beetech 2016 awards organized by Arı Teknokent at the Four Seasons, Istanbul Bosphorus Hotel. Argela won 2 awards at the ceremony.  The University-Industry Collaboration award under the large firms category was accepted by Argela’s Telecom Solutions Division General Manager Mr. Selim Sarper while Argela’s CEO Mr. Bülent Kaytaz was presented with the R&D Pioneers special award.  Türk Telekom’s CEO Mr. Paul Doany was also one of the key note speakers at this year’s ceremony themed “raising the bar”.

Argela Participated in the Public Cyber Security Summit in Ankara, Turkey, April 6th-7th


Argela participated in the Public Cyber Security Summit in Ankara, Turkey between April 6th-7th. Over a thousand people attended the two day Summit, which was hosted by the  Ministry of Transportation, Maritime and Communication. As one of the sponsors of the Summit, Argela exhibited its MILAT project, which enables dynamic cyber security and cyber defense mechanisms to reduce the vendor lock-in on security-critical communication infrastructures and provide security-sensitive dynamic configuration abilities. With MILAT, Argela was the only exhibitor to conduct a demonstration, in the event.

Furthermore, Senior Manager Dr. Burak Görkemli represented Argela in the “New Generation Security Approaches’’ panel. Dr. Görkemli talked about SDN and NFV technologies, which play a crucial role in the MILAT project to enable both conventional and new generation security solutions to be utilized in military, public safety and commercial communication infrastructures. Dr. Görkemli also noted that these two technologies, which are considered as key enablers for 5G communication, allow Argela to realize it’s in depth, layered, comprehensive, unique and national cyber security strategy.

Argela Opened the First 5G Center of Excellence of Turkey

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Argela opened the first 5G Center of Excellence of Turkey, which will play an important role in developing 5G technologies, at Middle East Technical University TeknoKent in Ankara.

“5G Center of Excellence’s” opening ceremony was participated by the Republic of Turkey Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan, Science, Industry and Technology Minister Faruk Özlü and Information and Communication Technologies Authority President Ömer Fatih Sayan and hosted by Türk Telekom CEO Paul Doany and Argela CEO Bülent Kaytaz.

Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım noted that Turkey will become not only implementer but also a producer in 5G technology and said: “National software and network infrastructure tests will be performed here. This center is established to reach 5th generation telecommunication services with domestic opportunities.” Drawing attention to the importance of investments to develop, Transportation Minister Arslan noted that they regard all investments in informatics as a strategic investment. Arslan said: “One of the essential expectations from 5G is the increased communication speed. However, the most important gain is to develop national network and network infrastructure software and to move forward in this area.” Argela 5G Center of Excellence will operate with the goal of making Turkey to produce and export the technology on 5G. Türk Telekom CEO Paul Doany said “This center will help to develop national technology. This is very important both for the country’s economic prosperity and cyber security of public institutions.”

5G Mukemmeliyet Merkezi 1Argela CEO Bülent Kaytaz said that they have been focusing on software technologies which provide programming and controlling capabilities to 5G systems and making communication infrastructures to get smart in the past five years. Kaytaz also said: “We set three significant goals for us in our works on 5G technologies. The first goal is to make Argela an internationally renowned technology company. The second goal is to contribute to the development of national and secure communication infrastructures by using these technologies. The third goal is to ensure the use of unique technologies that we have developed to be used in the large-scale projects as of today via the ecosystem we have developed in the country and in international arena.”

The Center will continue to operate with the cooperation of Argela engineers as well as more than 30 academics from 13 different universities.

The Center will also enable entrepreneurs, students and academics to develop their  5G projects by testing them on 5G infrastructure.