Oracle Communications Data Model Receives Broadest and Most Comprehensive TM Forum Information Framework (SID) Certification
Latest Release Performs up to Eight Times Faster on Oracle Exadata Database Machine
Redwood Shores, Calif. – Oct. 4, 2010
To help communications service providers collect and manage data to streamline their operations, Oracle has announced a new release of Oracle Communications Data Model, which helps service providers analyze multiple types of data – including network fault and performance, provisioning, service activation, revenue analysis and customer management.
Oracle Communications Data Model is the only communications data warehouse model to complete this certification, which is the broadest and most comprehensive to date.
When tested on Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Communications Data Model performed up to eight times faster than previous tests on symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) servers. Test cases included analyzing millions of contracts and related tables and hundreds of millions of usage detail records (UDR), as well as building data mining models and online analytical processing (OLAP) cubes. Accrued business benefits include near real-time network and UDR analysis, product contribution and revenue forecasting, customer churn profiling and scoring on the fly.
Oracle Communications Data Model is a key component of Oracle Exadata Intelligent Warehouse Solution for Communications that offers customers a complete package of hardware, software and tools to manage and analyze enterprise information in the communications industry.
“The new release of Oracle Communications Data Model helps communications service providers jumpstart their efforts to manage and analyze vital information to make important business decisions regarding customer management, marketing, network deployments and product development – leading to optimal organizational efficiency and business results,” said Dan Ford, vice president of product marketing, Oracle Communications.
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