NEC launches consulting service for telcos

Staff writer
B/OSS Asia

NEC has launched a consulting service that aimed at helping communication services providers (CSPs) to plan and implement strategies based on the analytics of their network data traffic.

The service, called "TMS Professional Service," analyzes information provided by CSPs to detect the trends, characteristics and abnormalities in network data traffic.

Based on analytic results, NEC conducts consultation under four subjects: network data traffic optimization, customer support, security diagnosis, and marketing.

Under this service, NEC also provides end-to-end support in designing, configuring and adjusting networks to help CSPs optimize their network investment and operating cost, while achieving more efficient business operations.

In the future, NEC aims to implement artificial intelligence technologies within this consulting service to further strengthen analytics of network data traffic.
"We have seen an increasing demand for the analysis of network data traffic so that CSPs can increase their business efficiency and provide services catered to the needs of their end users," said Atsuo Kawamura, senior vice president at NEC.

NEC will feature the consulting service at Mobile World Congress 2017.

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