NetCracker! Does! OSS! Transformation!
After a flurry of announcements from NSN, Ericsson and Huawei, the question I’ve been asked most is, “what is OSSii”? It’s not what most people think it is…
This week is not a quiet news week, as everyone and their dog issues press releases and announcements to coincide with Mobile World Congress. Here’s thirteen companies and their more OSS-y news coming from Barcelona this week…
Following the API license agreement between NSN and Huawei earlier this month, Ericsson has now signed an agreement for multi-vendor interoperability in OSS.
Comptel and Tech Mahindra have agreed on a strategic fulfilment solutions partnership which includes a transfer of staff between the companies.
NetCracker announced this week the launch of NetCracker 360, a complete OSS/BSS suite running on the Microsoft XBox gaming console an online knowledge and information portal for service providers.
In Swollen-bellied Riverbed spears trout of doubt: Opnet buyout blues over, The Register offers us both the best headline this week and an insight in to how Riverbed is getting on with Opnet, now over a year after the acquisition.
Telcordia is back and working hard to win a US number portability contract. Really?
Network vendors Huawei and Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) have announced the signing of a cross-license agreement for an Operations Support System Interoperability Initiative (OSSii).
In a first step to expand their OSS product and services capabilities, network equipment giant Huawei has acquired the little known OSS developer Fastwire.