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Ontology Systems Panoramic View of Network Data

Ontology Systems, the semantic search company for enterprise application data, today announces the launch of Intelligent 360 for Network Operators (i360-NetOps), a product to help operators gain a reliable, fast and holistic view of their network across all layers, technologies and vendors. (more…)

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Bits of OSS News

What’s news? Big data of course, Splunk, Ontology talking business, Amdocs’ recent acquisitions apparently considered an ok-move by the financial markets, and Ericsson thinks BSS/OSS is the future. (more…)

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Data Fatigue Infographic

We <3 infographics here at OSS Line. More pixels, less text. Here’s a great one from Ontology on the subject of data integration and system migration pain. Click through to Ontology’s infographic.

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Ontology at T-Mobile Czech

Ontology, provider of really cool OSS data search and data integration technology, scores a live customer in T-Mobile Czech. It says here that Ontology has been deployed by the Czech T-Mobile op co. Ontology’s products provide a means of pulling together data from multiple sources and joining it up to give a single end-to-end view of, for […]

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Ontology Win at Telenor Denmark

Ontology Systems have secured a deal with Telenor Denmark to deploy their OSS/CAD product to provide a joined-up view of Telenor’s customer, service, network and infrastructure data. If you don’t know Ontology, they have clever stuff that can discover the relationships between data in multiple sources, bring it all together and present it to users […]

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