Openet launches Big Data Preparation Engine for CSPs
Openet has launched its Big Data Preparation Engine (BDPE), a data management and data governance system built specifically for communication service providers (CSPs), who face unique challenges around metadata, privacy, and security.
Marc Price, Openet’s Americas CTO, said: “CSPs today find it challenging to extract meaningful value out of big data, and struggle to make use of a wealth of networks and devices in concert with frequently siloed systems for customer, product and inventory data. Innovations in big data preparation enable a vast amount of information to be leveraged at scale for new business initiatives and new insights”.
Designed specifically for CPSs, BDPE quickly processes very high volumes of diverse data sets to deliver richer, meaningful and more contextualised information to multiple downstream systems in real-time. BDPE is claimed to be cost-effective, scalable, fully virtualised and provides actionable information. It aims to minimise the costs and complexity of managing massive data volumes and realize value from new business intelligence use cases on demand, at scale and in real-time. BDPE is commercially available now.