Telecom Asia reports on how SKY has expanded its partnership with Netcracker in order to enable the delivery of the best possible experience to its customers.
As NFV and SDN approach the tipping point and become increasingly important for service providers, it is important to understand best practices for operationalizing the technologies.
SDxCentral highlights the importance of using systems integration and professional services in order to reduce the risk of deploying virtualized technologies.
The Fast Mode highlights the expanded partnership between Sky Network and Netcracker. Sky turned to Netcracker to support the recently upgraded Revenue Management solution.
Paul Hughes, Director of Strategy at Netcracker, discusses how the data associated with the Internet of Things is what will give service providers the insight needed to deliver the best possible experience.
At MEF16, Netcracker's Ari Banerjee highlights how service providers need to work with strategic partners if they are to successfully deploy virtualization and capitalize on the lucrative market for enterprise services.
Lightower uses Netcracker OSS to consolidate and optimize business processes and network infrastructure following the former's most recent merger.
Sanjay Mewada of Netcracker highlighted two key enablers in the broader VNF marketplace: license management and partner management, two areas in which service providers need help.
Fabio Gatto, Netcracker General Manager for Latin America, explained that SDN's business case can be launched at a commercial level, helping companies reduce costs and deliver a better customer experience.
Netrounds has joined NEC/Netcracker's partner ecosystem to collaborate on SDN and NFV in order to help service providers become more agile in order to improve their ability to compete.