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

You are here: Home News
Bharti Airtel Ltd, which provides telecom services in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, on Monday announced that it has crossed the 300 million customer mark across operations. The milestone includes customers across mobile, fixed line, digital subscriber line (DSL), and direct-to-home (DTH) services.
Cellcom Israel, the country's largest cellular operator, has selected Amdocs to replace disparate CRM systems with software from Amdocs' latest CES 9.1 portfolio, consolidating CRM operations across wireless, wireline, internet and international-calling lines of business.
Market research firm Infonetics Research has released data from its 2014 Telecom and Datacom Network Equipment and Software report that projects US$1 trillion will be spent by service providers and enterprises.
Sprint selects NetCracker OSS to support rollout of revolutionary Sprint Spark network technology Featured
WALTHAM, MA — July 23, 2014 — NetCracker Technology announced today that Sprint has agreed to a multi-year agreement that will expand its use of NetCracker’s OSS solutions to support its Sprint Spark™ enhanced LTE rollout. Sprint Spark uses next-gen wireless technology to deliver a whole new level of mobile Internet experience. 
Venezuelan mobile operator, Digitel, is to have a single billing system to cover voice and data services, all customer groups and all payment methods. The CSP has chosen the Orga Systems GOLD Convergent Charging and Billing products to enable it to increase revenues through new services and models. The vendor says the deployment will reduce total cost of ownership through delivering operational efficiencies.
Broadcast control company and OSS provider partner for video production and transport tools Featured
Global broadcast control and monitoring systems provider, L-S-B Broadcast Technologies, has entered into a partnership with Dimetis, a software supplier providing operations support systems (OSS). The new partnership of two Germany-based companies aims to gives broadcast customers globally best-of-breed management tools for video production and live video transport.
Reston, VA, USA - Cell C, a mobile operator in South Africa, has selected the TNS Nextgen portfolio of financial clearing and settlement services, including IOTRONTM Inter-Operator Tariff (IOT) discount management, to address its roaming needs.
Comarch BSS has been chosen by a US-based communications provider for the launch of services in Brazil. The launch, which builds upon Comarch’s existing presence in Latin America, will offer Brazilian CSPs and consumers cost-efficient services via VoIP technologies.
Network congestion could see IoT failures hit 30% says ISV. Not yet if ever, analyst and CSPs reply Featured
Mobile operators could face a 30% failure rate for M2M and Internet of Things (IoT) sessions. So says one provider of self-organising networks (SON) solutions for wireless operators, Cellwize.
David Gaul has been made head of Nokia Networks’ Central, East and West Africa (CEWA) unit. In his new role, Gaul is responsible for overall sales and operations of Nokia Networks across the CEWA region in the Middle East and Africa (MEA). Previously, he was heading the delivery for the CEWA. David has held a number of senior management positions in European and African telecom companies, including Vodafone in the UK and Ghana.
EXFO has launches its new BrixNGN Infrastructure Performance Suite, designed to provide service providers with enhanced visibility into the performance of network infrastructure in the context of its impact on service quality.
Synchronoss Technologies is to acquire Voxmobili, a wholly owned subsidiary of OnMobile Global. Voxmobili provides address book personal cloud solutions to many of the world’s leading mobile operators.

Page 1 of 70

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