EXFO has unveiled its new open analytics platform offering CSPs an alternative approach to quality management through innovations in adaptable analytics and workflow automation.
Nakina is joining in the Intel Network Builders programme which is designed to accelerate deployment of software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV) solutions. The Intel Network Builders programme brings together ecosystem vendors to showcase proven solutions that are ready for implementation in production environments.
ESKADENIA Software is proud to announce the successful conclusion of the implementation of its CRM & Billing System with Virgin Mobile South Africa and Virgin Mobile Saudi Arabia. The implementations are the result of the strategic partnership between ESKADENIA and Virgin Mobile Middle East and Africa to deploy the ESKADENIA CRM & Billing system to support its business processes including Customer Care, Billing & Invoicing, Collection & Dunning, Product Management, Sales Management and Mobile Number Portability.
This was the question posed towards at the end of a recent NFV roundtable discussion hosted by VanillaPlus which included colleagues from Ericsson, Cisco, JDSU, TMForum, Analysys Mason and Nakina. At the time, my knee-jerk response was “yes”.
CommScope Holding Company, Inc. has agreed to acquire TE Connectivity’s Telecom, Enterprise and Wireless businesses in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $3 billion. The transaction, which was approved by the boards of directors of both companies, is expected to accelerate CommScope’s strategy to drive profitable growth by entering into attractive adjacent markets and to broaden its position as communications infrastructure provider. In addition, CommScope will have greater geographic and business diversity following the completion of the transaction.
Brite:Bill, the Dublin based billing communications platform provider has announced the creation of 100 new jobs as part of a major recruitment drive.
Amdocs, has announced that Norway’s three operators ‒ Telenor, TeliaSonera and Tele2 ‒ have selected the Amdocs Mobile Financial Services solution to advance their Strex joint venture for mobile payments. With this solution, Strex will be able to offer end users a single mobile wallet service with multiple funding and payment options.
NetCracker Technology has announced that its Big Data solution received the award for Best Big Data Solution for Improving Customer Experience at the Broadband Traffic Management Summit hosted by Informa. This award underscores NetCracker’s commitment to the communications industry in developing cutting-edge offerings that address the challenges facing service providers today.
After struggling with a number of legacy systems which was expensive to maintain and could not support next generation services, operator BeST deployed an integrated BSS platform by Orga Systems and Astelit, one of the leading telecommunication companies in Ukraine.
According to the report, subscription video on demand (SVoD) services such as Netflix were available to 1.3% of emerging market households in 2014, with a user base of 19.4 million. This number is expected to grow to 6.4% by the end of 2019, increasing the user base to 102.7 million. This shows the extent to which OTT video has grown not only in developed regions but also in emerging markets, both as an alternative and as a complement to established free-to-air (FTA) and pay-TV platforms.
Mycom OSI’s NIMS-PrOptima service and network performance management platform has been chosen by Telenor Sweden to manage the performance of its mobile and fixed networks.
Big data in telecom is not a new concept. By harnessing information, operators can better analyse, manage and improve many aspects of their business.