An automated programmable Network Topology with a multi-cloud strategy to deliver immersive results and revitalize business performance through an engaging platform that pulled more prospects for Nokia. Simplified virtualized network automation solution to streamline data architecture and deliver engaging UI.

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About this project

Nokia wanted to build a UI-based SaaS platform that would allow the telecommunication entities partnered with Nokia to visualize their network’s usage via a comprehensive dashboard backed by a data architecture. Our team deciphered critical challenges associated with the framework, including disruptive data distribution and an existing obtuse user interface design. We used D3Js, React, Material UI, and other programming languages, frameworks, and solutions to build user-driven, brand-oriented UI dashboards and visualizers.


Product Engineering, Cloud, Data & AI


United States


About the client

To streamline data visualization and establish real-time reporting for its many clients across continents, Nokia pursued the configuration of a web-based, on-demand software solution termed the VSD Framework. From call drops to calls connected, through this infrastructure, telecommunication networks partnered with Nokia could contemplate and visualize their network usage narrowed down to a couple of blocks or an entire city in a streamlined manner.

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Rising above the challenges, we deployed Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Software Defined-Wide Area Network (SD-WAN), enabling efficient network communication. Moreover, establishing a clear visualization for the end-user and enhancing automated security policies was the way forward. 

The first action was innovating an aggressive approach to streamlining the massive scale of data into a method that segregated, filtered, and processed it efficiently. This was followed by recruiting the leading software, including React, D3JS, JBoss, Rechart, and Material UI, among others, to match Nokia’s stands, and finally, developing a user experience-driven UI.

We adhered to more than 300 data protocols, structured them, and built a compelling dashboard that delivered in-depth insight into analytical understanding. Also, we developed a flexible multi-cloud strategy that modernized Nokia’s existing framework and significantly enriched its Performance.

Our grasp of the industry’s most sophisticated software, including D3.js, allowed us the freedom to construct dynamic graphs, charts, and diagrams that no other data visualization system in modern times can furnish. We did everything and more to ensure every micro byte of data transaction is secured via a complex firewall system and cloud infrastructure. 

  • Studying the existing UI base, fixing it, and supplementing it with additional parameters.

Nokia had an existing framework, which, upon audit, we discovered was based on a complex cappuccino framework and encapsulated several network establishments that latched on and pulled down its UI performance significantly.

  • Decrypting data in the millions

Pulling, managing, and securing a massive influx of data from more than 200 network points across Nokia’s infrastructure was challenging and demanded immediate action.

  • Visualizing mass-scale data

The work did not stop at accumulating and sorting massive data loads, but it was just the first step. To structure and chain the data into a network architecture that delivered a clean, responsive, and reactive UI was a task yet accomplished.

  • Complex graphical representations

We established multi-function graphs, charts, and reports, among other visualizers, to allow the end-user to visualize data and provide analytical analysis in the simplest manner.


Providing results that exceeded the client’s expectations

  • Nokia was able to replace the old, sluggish UI and adapt to a more comprehensive, detailed, and modern UI system that was efficient and driven by user experience.
  • A network topology is automated, simplified, developed, and deployed.
  • Data visualization was made effortless for the many telecommunication clients in Nokia’s roster, allowing them an immersive experience.
  • Long and lasting relationships were built, and Successive Digital found a chair in the Nokia headquarters. 
  • Website loading speed increased by 90%
  • Data fetching speed improved by 80%

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