16April2014

Driving Profits for Communication Service Providers - CSPs, OSS/BSS | VanillaPlus

You are here: Home News
One-day IoT Online Event: Managing Complexity in the Internet of Things Featured
Online IoT Forum: Thursday April 24, 9:30am Pacific The Internet of Things is changing everything. From the way you start your day, to the way products are manufactured and cities operate their services. 
Allot Communications has announced the launch of Allot Service Gateway Tera, a high-performance DPI-based platform built to power the deployment of Digital Lifestyle Services in fixed and mobile data networks on the path to software-defined networking (SDN) and cloud-based network services (NFV). Allot Service Gateway Tera has already received multimillion dollar orders from four different mobile and fixed line CSPs worldwide, including a $4m deal announced earlier this year and a $5m dollar deal announced earlier this month. 
EXFO has acquired the assets of ByteSphere, a privately held software company in the Boston area that specialises in global IT management and network monitoring solutions.
Synchronoss Technologies has promoted Karen Rosenberger to chief financial officer, executive vice president and treasurer. In this role, Rosenberger will oversee all financial and business operations activities for the company.
EXFO has announced the launch of the FTB-2 Pro Compact Platform, which it claims is the industry's smallest platform for high speed, multi-technology and optical testing. This is the next generation in the FTB line of portable test platforms and the newest member of the EXFO platform family.
NetCracker Technology has announced that RCN, a US-based provider of high speed internet, digital TV and telephone services, has signed a long-term contract extension for NetCracker’s Business Support Systems (BSS) solutions and added NetCracker’s next-generation converged rating and billing system to improve customer experience, reduce operational costs and bring advanced new services to market.
Sigma Systems and NetYCE bring idea-to-install to SDN Featured
Sigma Systems has signed a technology agreement with NetYCE that will accelerate new service fulfilment for complex business data services including carrier ethernet, metro ethernet and layer 2/3 VPN business connectivity. The companies will work together to ensure seamless integration of the Sigma Idea-to-Install product portfolio and the NetYCE platform for Design Driven Networking.
WIND Hellas selects OSS transformation from MYCOM Featured
MYCOM has announced triple play provider WIND Hellas as a reference customer for its OSS transformation solution: the NIMS-PrOptima converged Fixed/IP/Mobile network performance management platform.
Openet and OpenCloud have announced the successful integration of Openet Evolved Charging with OpenCloud's Rhino Sentinel service layer. The integrated solution enables operators to migrate from outdated legacy intelligent networks service control points (SCPs) to a modern best-of-breed combination for flexible service definition, real time charging, rating and policy control.
cVidya is to support the Hadoop platform, which enables cost-effective processing of very large data sets in a distributed computing environment.
FTS and Camtel expand convergent billing relationship Featured
FTS has extended its relationship with national telecommunications provider Cameroon Telecommunications (Camtel). Camtel has signed a significant licensing expansion contract and renewed its agreement with FTS for convergent charging and billing support. FTS is also due to implement a major hardware upgrade project on behalf of the provider, which offers a wide range of voice, data, VSAT and internet services to its residential and business customers in Cameroon.
MDS has announced that Andrew Taylor has joined the MDS board as a non-executive director, to support the company’s growth plans.

Page 1 of 64

Knowledge Centre

  • Webinars

  • Reports & White Papers

  • Digital Talking Heads

  • Editorial advisory board

Driving profits for Communication Service Providers Wordwide

Why are we called VanillaPlus?
Telecoms engineers used to call the era of voice communications, Vanilla-Only. There was just one flavour on offer. This is the era of multiple communication systems. This is the era of VanillaPlus

Newsletter

CSPs Ads