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Provides classification of the principal licensing and business models associated with OSS.
Other Communists in OSS were providing top-secret documents and information from White House meetings, military, operations, weapons development, diplomatic communiques, and much more.
Even the most anti-OSS organisations are now likely to find it difficult to avoid OSS as it is both pushed by suppliers and pulled by users.
What are the challenges to OSS and BSS implementation?
NetCracker's OSS strategy will continue to align with TMF standards by providing a focus on subscription and identity management, applying more IT service management to OSS, bringing IMS-based NGN elements into the OSS view, and integrating a service creation environment into service delivery," said Andrew Feinberg, NetCracker's president and CEO.
As the OSS space continues to consolidate, NetCracker plays a central role helping carriers transform themselves to be more competitive and deliver innovative new services.
HP has been in this business for a long time, but we're always gratified when industry experts like OSS Observer recognize the work we do for our customers," said Michele Campriani, director, OSS Solutions, Communications, Media and Entertainment, HP.
Our collaboration with HP is an excellent example of working with an industry leader to provide an integrated solution that combines our unmatched IP expertise with HP's leadership in OSS.
This is about putting innovative OSS solutions on a fast track," stated Robert Cruickshank, Vice President, OSS Market Strategy, C-COR.
Formally launched at Billing & OSS World 2006, Intec CEMS addresses a common but increasingly costly problem for carriers: errors between the services supplied to or ordered by customers, and what customers are actually billed for.
World Telecoms BSS and OSS Markets: trends and analysis provides key statistics on the BSS/OSS market based on data from the publisher's Billing and OSS Markets contracts database and includes in-depth analysis and case studies, as well as opinions from a wide range of industry players.