Amdocs expands NFV offering with Service Design and Create

Staff writer
20 Oct 2015

Network functions virtualization/software-defined networking (NFV/SDN) can deliver for “first-mover” service providers up to $1.4 billion in new revenues, according to Amdocs.

Based on a research conducted by Analysys Mason, first movers can also benefit from and a 79% improvement in order-to-cash (O2C) per-site per year for enterprise virtual customer premises equipment (vCPE).

The study also found that for residential vCPE/vSTB, service providers with first-mover advantage stand to realize up to 82% cost savings per home, where up to $1.34 billion net cost savings over the investment period can protect revenue margins from competitive price wars.

This can also provide a $655-million increase in revenues from faster upsells of double-play to triple-play services.

Also, Amdocs has unveiled its Amdocs Service Design and Create, a new NFV/SDN solution that promises to allow service providers to achieve service agility by enabling the design, testing and launching of new network services in weeks rather than months.

The solution overcomes the manual, time-consuming and resource-intensive service development process that today is a barrier to service innovation.

With resource and service creation automation capabilities, the new solution shortens the service development lifecycle and reduces engineering and IT costs, automating the complete service development process with an intuitive drag-and-drop interface and modular, reusable components.

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