Huawei signs MoU with Infosys to explore joint BSS solution

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

Huawei has signed an Alliance Memorandum of Understanding with Infosys to explore joint solutions in the Business Support Systems (BSS) domain.

The company has also announced to expand its Telco OS Partner Program to stimulate joint go-to-market approaches and solutions with Service (SI) partners.

The Huawei Telco OS Partner Program is a communications industry-specific partner program designed to establish partner relationships which accelerate the digital transformation of communication service providers (CSPs) across their BSS, Operations Support System (OSS) and big data functional domains.

The program was initially focused on Delivery Service Vendors (DSV) to augment project delivery, and Solution (ISV) partners to augment the productized solutions being delivered.

To date over 1,000 engineers have been certified under the program, working across 57 different projects, in 39 countries around the world, leveraging over 30 ISV products.

As part of the agreement, the parties will explore joint solution innovation and labs, and promote joint solutions to customers and business partners.

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