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PUBLIC MARKS from bhartzer with tags oss & will

March 2008

2008 IT Spending by Telecoms to Exceed $46 Billion

The computing and software IT infrastructure that performs engineering, provisioning, and management functions in telecommunications networks, Operations Support Systems (OSS), for the global market will exceed $46 billion in 2008, in a new study by INSIGHT Research.

T-Mobile Croatia and Sicap Deliver Cross-Network Device Management

Sicap and T-Mobile Croatia have reached a deal that will extend Sicap Device Management Center to serve T-Mobile Macedonia customers from the Croatian platform. World leader in Device Management, Sicap has the technological ability to allow global operators like T-Mobile to multiply usage of the platform by subsidiaries.

February 2008

TTI Telecom to Provide Service Assurance Solution to Bell Mobility

Bell Mobility will adopt TTI Telecom’s Netrac Service Assurance solution. Bell Mobility, the wireless division of Bell, Canada ’s largest communications company, will implement both Fault Management (FAM) and Performance Management (PMM) modules, improving the company’s ability to manage multi-vendor, multi-technology network environments.

Lattelecom to Offer Enhanced Managed Security Services from UBIqube

UBIqube, a global MSSP solutions provider, will be the foundation for the new pan Baltic CPE based Managed Security Service being launched by Lattelecom, the leading provider of electronic communications services in Latvia.

cVidya Opens Chicago Illinois Office

cVidya Networks, a global leader of telecom data integrity, revenue assurance, and dealer management systems, has opened a new office in North America . The Chicago office will manage and coordinate all sales activities in the region and will be headed by Timothy Quinn.

LapGreen Networks Chooses Lifetree Convergence for Its Networks

LapGreen Networks has selected Lifetree Convergence Limited as a technology partner for its networks. To begin with, it will deploy Lifetree’s applications at Uganda Telecom Limited (UTL), its operating company in Uganda.

January 2008

Intec Continues Dominance in Poland New Contract at Exatel

Intec, a global leader of business and operations support systems (BSS/OSS) for fixed, wireless and next generation networks, has a new contract deal with existing customer Exatel, one of the biggest providers of communications services in Poland. Under the terms of the agreement Exatel will upgrade to the latest versions of Intec’s market leading Mediation and Interconnect billing solutions.

Eugene McCord Joins Martin Group as Vice President of Operations · Telecom Billing OSS News Review

Martin Group, the nationwide leader of Software, Business Services, and Engineering for communications providers, has appointed Eugene McCord to the position of Vice President of Operations. Mr. McCord will be responsible for managing the company’s customer-facing operations including activations, software support, business services, IT, quality assurance, and training.

December 2007

Subex Enables Interconnect Billing Transformation for Telecom Provider in Turkey · Telecom Billing OSS News Review

Subex Limited, a leading global provider of Operations Support Systems (OSS) solutions for communications service providers, will be deploying its Concilia (TM) Interconnect Billing System at one of the largest telecommunications providers in Turkey.

Setera Communications Chooses Comptel for Subscription Management and Service Charging · Telecom Billing OSS News Review

Comptel Corporation, the leading vendor of dynamic Operations Support System (OSS) software, will deliver a complete solution for managing subscriber services and charging to Finnish service provider Setera Communications.

RateIntegration Appoints Sprint Nextel Executive Imran Jan · Telecom Billing OSS News Review

RateIntegration, Inc. has appointed Imran Jan as EVP of Business Development. In this role, Imran will oversee product strategy, and worldwide business development and strategic partnerships within the company’s Telecom, Internet 2.0 and near-telecom market segments.