Operational Support System (OSS)/Backoffice Support System (BSS)

Global Service Provider Dramatically Improves Mobile Backhaul Efficiency to Drive OPEX Savings

Disparate legacy OSS systems had inhibited the Network Operations Center from remotely diagnosing and solving traffic jams

A global tier 1 Service Provider (SP) was experiencing a common issue: its circuit inventory data was untrustworthy, so it could not rapidly isolate faults and lacked the granular network intelligence to build out capacity, when and where it was needed. The SP had tried the common solution of periodically purchasing costly blanket bandwidth upgrades but still encountered the symptoms.

Analytics in Action: A Tale of Two Customers

Operators can segment customers to capitalize on connectivity with personalized plans

Analytics is one of the most valuable resources for today’s communication service providers. Those who know how to properly leverage and transform subscriber data into new revenue opportunities will be well positioned to overcome traditional utility pricing challenges and emerge as true digital lifestyle providers.

OSS/BSS World Summit 2013

Date
Start Date: 
Thursday, September 26, 2013
End Date: 
Friday, September 27, 2013

London:

OSS/BSS World Summit 2013 is a world-class, exclusive summit, for operations support systems and business support systems in telecoms. Based in London, it lays the roadmap for the year ahead in OSS BSS for mobile operators and telecom service providers globally. 

Nokia Siemens to sell business support systems

Reuters

Mobile telecoms equipment joint venture Nokia Siemens Networks said on Wednesday it plans to sell its business support systems business to Redknee as part of a drive to sell non-core assets.

The companies said Redknee (Toronto, Canada) will pay 15 million euros ($19.63 million), plus a maximum of 25 million euros for "performance-based cash earn-outs."

Nokia Siemens (Helsinki, Finland) on Monday had announced an agreement to sell its optical fiber unit.

CTIA by the numbers: backhaul, OSS/BSS, mobile payments

The news coming out of the CTIA Wireless show this week stretches across every part of the wireless industry.  From backhaul to mobile payments, there is always something happening in the booths and conference rooms at CTIA.  Provided below is a glimpse into some of the news and information coming out of the show in the form of numbers.


Copper vs. Fiber

Vodafone Hungary moves to IP network, works with Tellabs

On Tuesday, Vodafone Hungary announced it will move to an IP/Ethernet-based infrastructure and expand its geographic coverage in Hungary. The service provider chose Tellabs to modernize its current mobile backhaul network.

Why what happens in an internet minute really matters

This might not be the year the world ends, as some say the Mayans prophesized, but it may seem like it for a telecommunications industry under pressure to meet booming demand for Internet resources.


By some projections, the explosion in adoption of Internet connected devices such as laptops, tablets, smart phones, blue ray players and Internet TVs could strain network bandwidth beyond capacity as soon as this year, causing cases of services loss as available access to network bandwidth becomes completely consumed by peak demand.

MWC: Amdocs launches cloud-based mobile payments

At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Amdocs, a provider of customer experience systems, announced the launch of Amdocs Mobile Payments.  The new service is a cloud-based gateway, enabling mobile operators to scale their mobile payments business for both prepaid and postpaid customers to open new revenue streams.  Mobile payments that are charged via the carrier offer consumers the option of charging purchases directly to their mobile phone bill, prepaid balance or mobile wallet.

Amdocs launches M2M and cloud-based connected home services

Amdocs, a provider of OSS software and services, last week announced the launch of two new services - the Amdocs Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Connected Home services - that enable service providers to quickly enter the connected devices market.

Telecom operators need automation in wireless infrastructure

Wireless operators have grown networks to a point past the level of complexity that can be managed and optimized manually.  Today, wireless networks have up to 6-layers at the macro level with additional micro levels inserted in key areas where network capacity is an issue.  In order to manage the complexity of interoperability handoffs and signaling necessary to provide the highest call quality, operators need automation.

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