Subex joins hands with Telecom Italia

By : |February 3, 2009 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: Subex Limited, a global provider of operations and business support systems (OSS/BSS), announced that it had extended its alliance with Telecom Italia (TI).

Thus Subex could enable next generation IP and DSL services including Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Virtual Local Area Networks (VLAN) and Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS).

Under the terms of the partnership, TI would continue to evolve its New Generation Operations Support System (NGOSS) based on Subex’s technology across Italy.  This contract would help TI’s efforts to minimise operational costs while offering its subscribers a very high level of service. 

Sudeesh Yezhuvath, COO, Subex Ltd., said: “We are very happy that Telecom Italia has re-instated it’s faith in us and look forward to continue, and even bettering our offerings to them. This is also a clear indication of the superiority of our products and establishes us as a globally leading OSS/BSS solutions provider,” he added. 

Since 2000, Subex and TI have been working together to centralise and consolidate the management of TI’s broadband network. Through the adoption of NGOSS concepts and its partnership with Subex, TI achieved unparalleled domestic growth and worldwide attention while expanding internationally and outpacing national Public Telephone and Telegraph (PTT) organisations in their own home markets.

With Subex’s NetProvision as the anchor component of its comprehensive New Generation Operations Support System (NGOSS), Telecom Italia is already managing most of its Alice broadband services from a single engine and automating the provisioning of millions of lines with a common database.

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