Oracle to Demonstrate Communications Industry Leadership and Vision at Mobile World Congress 2010
Oracle to Showcase Innovation for New Decade
Redwood Shores, Calif. – February 10, 2010
To help communications service providers (CSPs) meet their changing needs in the new decade, Oracle will demonstrate its leadership and vision at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 15-18.
Oracle Communications Vice President of Product Marketing, Dan Ford, will speak during the “Strategies for Growth: Compelling Customer Service” session on Tuesday, February 16 at 4 p.m. The panel will discuss effective interventions and customer intimacy topics for operators in a Web 2.0 world.
At the Oracle Pavilion AV #44 and in the Oracle-Sun booth in Hall 8 #8C55, Oracle will demonstrate several new innovations, including:
Oracle’s Sun Netra 6000 Modular System with SPARC chip multithreading (CMT) blades, which is designed for communications service providers (CSPs) deploying Web 2.0 and other media services in next-generation communications networks;
Oracle Communications Order and Service Management 7.0, a key component of Oracle’s solution for rapid offer design and order delivery, which helps CSPs quickly and efficiently introduce new offers, capture and fulfill orders and provide visibility across the entire order lifecycle;
Oracle’s in-store excellence for communications, a retail application suite designed to help CSPs improve and grow their phone store operations; and
Programs and technology updates for the Java(TM) Platform Micro Edition (Java ME) for Mobile Java. With more than nine million software developers around the globe, Java is one of the world's most popular software platforms and is present on more than 800 million desktop computers and over seven billion Internet-connected devices.
Oracle Communications encourages attendees to follow Oracle’s presence and insight from the show on its newly launched Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages.
“At Mobile World Congress, attendees will focus on the infrastructure communications service providers need to innovate and thrive in the new decade. We look forward to showcasing Oracle’s latest innovations and discussing some of the newest trends, such as mobile applications and service providers as retailers,” said Dan Ford, vice president, product marketing, Oracle Communications.
Oracle is #1 in Communications globally with 100 of the world’s top 100 communications companies running Oracle applications and technology. Oracle Communications integrates industry-specific BSS and OSS solutions with a standards-based service delivery portfolio, as well as the capabilities of Oracle’s industry-leading enterprise applications, business intelligence tools, and carrier-grade middleware and database technologies. Oracle Communications enables service providers to deliver next generation convergent services rapidly, increase customer satisfaction and loyalty, and reduce costs in the business and the network. For more information, visit http://www.oracle.com/industries/communications.
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