Provide Senior executives with enterprise technology assessment and strategy-related consulting services. Our advisory services can speed IT and business transformation and deepen understanding throughout your organization of how cloud computing can deliver business results. moreLearn More
Deliver virtual, software-centric, cloud solutions that expand the power of virtualization and automation to data center services in a production environment. We provide consulting services for cloud architecture, design, and implementation with automation for a particular set of business services that make the most sense for your organization. moreLearn More
Help customers shift to from physical to virtual/software-centric systems running in cloud. We design and implement Sea Street: a system enabling applications and IT to run as services, using policy to govern operations, while operating continuously in a unified manner moreLearn More
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Our capabilities span your entire IT lifecycle, helping you shift from physical to virtual/software-centric systems running in cloud
A leading MSO engaged Sequencia to help stabilize its video, voice, and data services by assessing and remediating resiliency issues with the underlying infrastructure.Access Case Study
Our methodology – called “Services to the Cloud” (S2C) – focuses on core, revenue driving applications, then models the applications as services.
A leading MSO engaged us to design architecture with the goal of improving the quality, reliability, cost and time to market of its services.
A major MSO engaged Sequencia to perform “deep dive” technical assessments of core services to identify and address underlying vulnerabilities.Access Case Study
With the System and Services We Engineer, Our Customers Can Deliver New And Better Applications Services at Lower Cost.Contact Us
The broadcast media industry is in a state of chaotic flux, its aging business model under threat from all directions. Netflix recently reported that its customers watched four billion hours of streaming video in the first three months of 2013, which would make it the most-watched cable television network, if it were one.Access Whitepaper
Declining subscriber bases, fast moving competition, higher costs, more complex offerings and higher service quality expectations requiring more sophisticated technologies – these are not new problems for cable operators. They are well-known, ever present challenges. What is new are the advanced technologies now entering the market...Access Whitepaper