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

DragonWave acquires Nokia Siemens microwave business

On Friday, DragonWave, Inc. (Ottawa, Canada) announced plans to acquire Nokia Siemens Networks' (Espoo, Finland) microwave transport business, including its associated operational support systems (OSS) and related support functions. Under the deal, Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) will retain responsibility for its existing sales and associated services for microwave transport, while DragonWave will be responsible for the product line, including R&D, product management and operations functions.

Carrier IT Zone at International CTIA Wireless 2012

Date
Start Date: 
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
End Date: 
Thursday, May 10, 2012

New Orleans, Louisiana

Leveraging mobile analytics to optimize business processes

Mobile analytics moves operators from hindsight to foresight

Mobile messaging traffic continues to experience explosive growth and for this reason the wireless sector faces the specific challenge of staying on top of business imperatives in the face of a massive data volume. It is not only vital for mobile operators to gain insight into mobile messaging traffic to improve service quality, but also for companies looking to optimize their customer relationships. This article will explore the challenges mobile operators are facing and discuss how new analytics solutions work to help solve those issues.

Real Time Billing & Revenue Assurance

Date
Start Date: 
Monday, November 7, 2011
End Date: 
Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Berlin:

The conference will show you how to minimise the costs of implementing real time billing and to leverage your billing data and customer intelligence to both optimise your revenue assurance strategy and to drive revenues through real time up- and cross-selling.

3rd Annual Data Centre Management Asia 2011

Date
Start Date: 
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
End Date: 
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Hong Kong:

The 3rd Annual Data Centre Management 2011 (18-19 October 2011, Harbour Grand Kowloon Hotel, Hong Kong) will give you answers with the best practitioner-led tips and secrets to maximize your data centre investment for the next 12 months.

Metering Billing/CRM 2011

Event: 
Date
Start Date: 
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
End Date: 
Thursday, October 6, 2011

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Already in its 13th year, the Metering, Billing/CRM Europe 2011 conference and exhibition is THE industry leading meeting place for smart utility professionals and your platform to discuss the latest developments, solutions and benchmarks in the utility industry.

Free Registration available at:
https://www.synergyregistrations.com/registrations/meteringeurope/2011/m...

4G and the rise of subscriber-optimized charging

When everyone is super, then no-one Is

If you've ever seen the film The Incredibles, you may remember a line from the arch villain Syndrome: "When everyone is super, then no-one is."

Ericsson to acquire Telcordia

Ericsson (Stockholm, Sweden), a vendor of telecommunications technology and service, Tuesday announced that it has reached an agreement with Providence Equity Partners, LLC and Warburg Pincus to acquire 100 % of the shares of Telcordia (Piscataway, N.J.), a company that develops mobile, broadband and enterprise communications software and services, for $1.15 billion. Closing is anticipated in Q4 2011 with full effect in Q1 2012.

This will be Ericsson’s second major acquisition in recent months, having just recently acquired the M2M service platform of Telenor Connexion in April.

Customer experience management and the demand for mobile data services: Tekelec one-on-one

Thanks to a boom in mobile devices and the popularity of mobile data services, customer appetite for mobile bandwidth is growing. The challenge for mobile operators is that demand is outpacing revenue growth, creating a gap that threatens the technology's economic promise. TelecomEngine spoke with Lane Liley, Director of Product Management at Tekelec, to discuss how customer experience management, among other strategies, might provide a way for operators to stay profitable while keeping their customers happy.

Focusing on your subscribers in a mobile broadband world

The convergence of technology, devices and content has ushered in a sea change in mobile communications. A growing breed of access devices is changing how people communicate by enabling an “always-on,” connected experience. Media-rich applications are supplanting basic voice services. And, Internet protocol networks are replacing circuit-switched networks to provide the bandwidth and speed to support today's interactive lifestyle.

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