Tuesday, 09 July 2013
Ascom Network Testing (www.tems.com) has secured two important orders from one of the largest mobile and fixnet operators in Europe to maintain, support and renew a wholesale management platform. The two orders have a combined contract value of more than EUR 10 million and will be fulfilled over a 36-month period.
Ascom will manage all aspects of the platform overhaul, including IT management and analysis, as well as integrate Ascom-developed software modules to better manage and optimize business processes, such as billing, purchasing and interconnect agreements. Network systems upgrades will also be undertaken to facilitate routing efficiencies, improve QoS (Quality of Service) and QoE (Quality of Experience), and lower operational costs.
Rikard Lundqvist, General Manager Ascom Network Testing, added: "The new orders demonstrate our ability to provide the kind of leading-edge IT tools and network solutions that carriers throughout the world can depend on. The services we provide - and the growing demand for them - underscore the depth of our product range and technical experience. Our ability to optimize network architecture and performance has positioned Ascom Network Testing as the vendor of choice across the globe."
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