Oracle updates OSS suite for the NFV era

Oracle Communications has released an update to its OSS suite that is designed to give CSPs the agility migrate to virtualized technologies such as NFV when they’re ready.

As you would expect of Oracle, its OSS suite has a large number of components, as well as a number of compatible middleware products. One of the challenges it faces is giving all these products a coherent direction and positioning them for the virtualization era is a good opportunity to do just that.

The emphasis is on simplifying and automating the service design and order fulfilment process, regardless of complexity or the type of network on which it is delivered. Upgrades include built-in support for MEF’s Carrier Ethernet 2.0 services such as E-Line and E-LAN, a single design environment across physical, virtual and hybrid networks and enhancements to both the automation and precision of order processing tools.

“As CSPs continue to standardize and virtualize their networks, agility in service design and automation in service delivery have become major focus areas, which is putting a spotlight on OSS to rapidly launch and efficiently deliver innovative services on an increasingly dynamic network,” said Doug Suriano, GM of Oracle Communications.

“This release of the Oracle Communications OSS suite accelerates design agility, provides support for the latest network technologies, and further simplifies network-based B2B service delivery in practice, supporting our commitment to delivering innovative OSS solutions in an increasingly virtualized communications world.”

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