The expanded Oracle Communications OSS suite, when configured for the Oracle Communications Network Resource Management solution, enables communications service providers (CSPs) to plan, build, optimize and transform networks – including building out mobile backhaul and fiber broadband networks, repatriating stranded network assets, reducing leased capacity costs and supporting network consolidation and migration.
This latest release of Oracle’s pre-integrated OSS suite enables:
Faster solution deployments due to a simpler graphical configuration for the user interface and enhanced inventory support for assigning channels to connectivity services
Simpler solution deployments with reduced risk and cost through pre-built support for a number of standard technologies – including SDH and SONET with support for E-carrier, T-carrier and J-carrier digital system standards – for multiplexed communication transmission
Increased accuracy of the network inventory data through productized integration of network discovery / reconciliation with network inventory – particularly important for large, capital-intensive optical networks
Standardized and automated solution deployments with the introduction of reusable design patterns and auto-generated solution configurations for a number of service and technology domains – including mobile GSM/3GPP, cable TV, digital video, VoIP, IP virtual private networks (VPN) and metro Ethernet
Simplified introduction and delivery of complex enterprise services – such as IP VPNs and metro Ethernet – with productized solution integration of Oracle Communications Order and Service Management with Oracle Communications IP Service Activator
Oracle Communications OSS suite has been certified on a consistent and contemporary technical platform that supports Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux operating systems, Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Database. It also supports virtually seamless upgrades from earlier versions for easier and consistent incorporation of new technology, security and performance updates.
"LG U+ has deployed Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management and Oracle Communications Network Integrity to manage both our fixed and fast growing mobile LTE networks. The new capabilities and increased integration included in this release will help us improve our inventory data accuracy, reduce customization and further transform our OSS environment," said Young-Keun Han, head of OSS development, LG U+ Korea.
“This latest release of the Oracle Communications OSS suite further demonstrates Oracle’s commitment to providing our customers with an integrated application suite that helps enable revenue growth through the rapid launch and delivery of customer-facing communications services and helps reduce complexity and cost with more efficient network resource management,” said Bhaskar Gorti, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications.
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