Manage all your network platforms in one single system.
- Keep your sites, physical, logical and virtual resources inventoried in a single tool.
- Multi-vendor and Multi-technology solution.
- OSS/BSS 3rd party integration based on TMF Open APIs.
Seamlessly bridge inventory with upstream systems and workflows
Empower automatic fulfillment, assurance and engineering processes.
- Service feasibility functions based on configurable business rules.
- Manual & automatic resource allocation functionality.
- Service Impact Analysis calculations.
- Engineering process support.
Handle reconciliation discrepancies
Keep your inventory synchronized with the network.
- Network connectors that allow periodical network discovery.
- Reconciliation processes to keep the inventory synchronized with the network.
- Easy discrepenacy management and configurable action rules.
Easily manage assets, products and services
Manage your resource inventory with personalizable views and auto-generated mass-load templates.
- Table-form and individual views to list resources and to query convenient characteristics.
- Graphical and topological views.
- Create/modify your resources in batch mode using template generation and mass load functionalities.
Secure new technological extensions
Easily adapt the inventory to your network expansions with our flexible data model
A modular, flexible and cloud-native platform to create and deliver digital services faster.
Resource inventory will be the CSP’S single source of truth for network elements and sites, allowing automatic and manual resource allocation to services.
- Intuitive and powerful data ingestion mechanisms, fully configurable web views and TMF Open API-based interfaces
- Network discovery capacities to keep the inventory updated.
- Network planning process support through network occupancy calculation.
Fully configurable order management for automated and traceable management of fulfillment orders.
- Catalog-driven, automatic creation of new order management flows for new products and services.
- Extensive libraries for common process steps supporting fixed, mobile and cloud products.
- Flexible integration with 3rd party components in order management and catalog management.
A single repository with a complete view of a customer’s current and historical, cross-perspective (from business to network) service information.
- A single source of truth that brings together all CSP’s services information.
- 360° view of service information with north and south layer integrations.
- Historical view of services modifications to easily trace customer changes.
Activation Engine enables automatic network configuration and activation hiding network complexity to the service provisioning flows.
- Support of multiple protocols for communication with NMS/EMS and network elements.
- SDK to speed up additional connectors definition.
- Common text representation of native commands for different manufacturers.
Unified catalog manages technical services and their relationships with products.
- Service specification and relationship management, including BSS product catalog integration.
- TMForum compliant service catalog, including CFS/RFS decomposition and TMF633 compliant API.
- Easy service definition based on drag & drop lego blocks.
A cross-sectional module to detect, notify and manage order failures along the whole fulfillment process.
- Configure automatic actions for different error conditions.
- Operate orders individually or in batches to solve failure scenarios quicker.
- Set fallout SLAs and escalation rules.
Geographical view of deployed outside plant network to take better decisions based on spatial data analysis
- Network planning deployment taking into account physical conditions and policies.
- Service availability display of both fixed and mobile coverage.
- Distances and optimal paths for services that require new infrastructure.
According to a recent Appledore Research, the Cross-domain Service Orchestration is estimated to grow from around $500 million in 2021 to almost $2 billion in only three years.
Many are already comparing the current rollout of fibre networks to a gold rush. Everyone, governments and companies, invest millions in new networks. Ensuring fast and fair broadband access seems to have become a market priority. Traditional incumbent operators have to compete in a new market where new fibre network providers offer faster broadband speeds for less money.