Video Friday – How telecoms, big data and IT can be a force for change but also raise their own challenges when access to resources, data-sharing and transparency are lacking. Ericsson, helped by experts in their field, have tackled the topics of privacy, gender and food in recent weeks. Enjoy the show.
Amdocs has announced that Mtel, the largest mobile service provider in Bulgaria and part of the Telekom Austria Group, has deployed the Amdocs Master Enterprise Catalog enabling Mtel to reduce the operational IT complexity typically associated with service provider product rollouts and reduce time to market for new offers by more than 80 percent.
Ericsson is acquiring the telecom business of Sunrise Technology, a provider of IT services in the operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS) domain. Sunrise Technology, which is headquartered in Guangzhou, China, will continue to exist as a separate entity – serving customers in sectors other than telecom.
NetCracker Technology has announced that Hub One, information and communications technology service provider for businesses, has deployed components of the NetCracker 9 solution suite.
Cerillion Technologies, a leading provider of billing, charging and customer management systems, has acquired netSolutions, a geospatial location network inventory business, from Ubisense Group plc for an undisclosed fee.
At MWC15, MYCOM has just announced new automation and analytic products. Virtualization? Tick. Multi-everything? Tick. Next Generationiness? Tick.
Ericsson has announced that it has been selected by Telkomsel for a comprehensive OSS transformation that will help the operator meet new customer demands and efficiently manage rapid network growth.
Juniper Networks and Amdocs are showcase an automated virtualized customer premises equipment (vCPE) solution to meet enterprise customer demands for new, user-defined services.
The awesomeness and craziness that is MWC is just around the corner. OSS Line asks some friends for their advice on what to see in Barcelona, inside and out of the exhibition halls…
Ericsson announced late last week that it has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of TimelessMIND, a Canada-based consulting and systems integration company specializing in operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS). Approximately 30 employees and consultants – based in Canada and India – are expected to join Ericsson.