Huawei launches OSS-as-a-Service

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

Huawei has launched its OSS-as-a-Service offering, which is designed to maximize ROI and operation efficiency, increase service agility and unleash the full value of OSS for operators.

OSS-as-a-Service is a mix of business and delivery models for OSS capabilities in a multi-year service relationship.

Huawei said OSS-as-a-Service has already been offered to large telecom groups around the world. One leading telecom group with 20+ OpCos has selected the OSS-as-a-Service in Service & Network Performance for all OpCos across its Middle East and Africa markets.

In this As-a-Service offer, Huawei has transformed the customer’s legacy systems into a centralized private OSS cloud managed by Huawei along with comprehensive global practices and use cases.

OSS-as-a-service helps the unnamed customer improve efficiency and service quality, and reduce capital and operations expenditure while driving a very fast transformation completed within 12 months.

The OSS-as-a-Service model fits perfectly in OSS’ transformation to the next-generation OSS – Infrastructure Enabling System (IES) particularly for new skills, new processes and new OSS features to remove the transformation inhibitors of operators in those areas.

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