Huawei unveils OSS-as-a-Service for telecoms

Huawei Bangalore Research
Telecom network supplier Huawei has unveiled its OSS-as-a-Service.

Better return-on-investment, operation efficiency and increase in service agility are the main benefit to telecom service providers from Huawei’s OSS-as-a-Service.

A telecom group with more than 20 subnets has selected the OSS-as-a-Service in Service & Network Performance for all subnets across its Middle East and Africa markets. Huawei has transformed the customer’s legacy systems into a centralized private OSS cloud.

OSS-as-a-service assists this telecom customer to improve efficiency and service quality, and reduce capital and operations expenditure within 12 months. Huawei did not name the telecom operator which used OSS-as-a-Service.

Features of Huawei OSS-as-a-Service

# Service-Driven with Use Cases for value-aligned rather than function-aligned
# adapts centralized operation and governance for the synergy potential rather than isolated operations
# comes with global practices and the operations processes pre-loaded with the Software
# aligns with the existing network architecture including hardware, software to reduce the IT and Opex

“Huawei’s OSS-as-a-service helps CSPs to realize immediate benefits of operational efficiency and CAPEX/OPEX reduction, and provides a strong foundation for CSPs to stay competitive and relevant in the digital economy,” said Anil Rao, senior analyst at communications industry research group Analysis Mason.

Baburajan K
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