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SingTel seeks to monetise next-gen infrastructure

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Singaporean telco SingTel has selected a Telecoms Operations and Management Solution (TOMS) from US firm Netcracker to monetise its next-generation infrastructure.

Netcracker’s end-to-end fulfilment solution covers the design, planning, inventory, provisioning and activation domains in SingTel’s next-generation infrastructure and will replace a number of legacy systems.

SingTel is part of a consortium of companies called OpenNet which has deployed a nationwide fibre network in Singapore, launched in September 2010 to around 40 per cent of the country’s population.

Netcracker is headquartered in the US state of Massachusetts and is a subsidiary of Japanese IT giant NEC.


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