Maxis Communications Berhad, a Malaysian converged services provider, has bought some NetCracker OSS products, including: Service Inventory, Resource Inventory, Discovery & Reconciliation, Design & Planning, Service Provisioning & Activation, Asset Management, and Outside Plant. That’s what I would call a ‘classic’ OSS deal. Inventory-centric. None of that fruity service catalog stuff. It’s nice to see […]
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Tele Management World is the time to release some positive PR. Lots of noise last week, on and off the TMW expo floor, so here’s the first news round-up, starting for no good reason with Telcordia: Tom Forsyth is a Jolly Good TMF Fellow As already reported, Tom Forsyth, Telcordia Director of Marketing, was made […]
Amdocs has announced a new OSS deal with Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad, Costa Rica’s national telco and energy company. Along with system integrators GBM (some relation to IBM I believe), they’ll be delivering planning, inventory, discovery, activation, TT, fulfilment and assurance products. That’s a lot of stuff.
It says here: "Intelsat, the world’s leading fixed satellite services provider, has selected NetCracker Technology software and services to improve the automation of its service delivery processes." This is presumably addressing provisioning in the 'service layer' as satellite operators don't have a huge amount of fixed line network, not enough to spend much on OSS. […]
Two wins to update you on… On January 21st Amdocs announced a win for both an OSS and BSS solution at Canadian communications and media company Rogers. The extended multi-year contract will support quad-play services across their wireless, cable and telephony network. On January 27th Amdocs announced a win to expand use of their OSS […]
Netcracker have won a deal with Mobinil to supply inventory, discovery, design and planning. Mobinil is an Egyptian mobile operator with about 20 million subscribers. The PR in full is here, but it doesn’t say much more.
Another OSS win at Amdocs’ favourite communications service provider Vodafone. This time it’s a win at the German subsidiary, Vodafone D2. Here’s the PR. Amdocs’ strength in mobile OSS is in network planning and build which plays to D2’s requirement for a system to aid convergence with the Arcor network acquired in May 2008.
Amdocs continues to build on the success of the Cramer suite of OSS products within the Vodafone group of companies. Today Amdocs announced a win, presumably comprising product licenses and services, to allow Vodafone to deploy OSS to manage IP/MPLS data networks across Europe. The size of the deal was not mentioned in the press […]