Provide all teams, systems, and workflows with a single modern OSS to access and utilize inventory across network and service operations for boosted cost-cutting efficiencies.
Convert static, fragmented inventory and network data from any source into a single coherent data model, delivering an end-to-end view of the entire network and its resources and services.
Seamlessly deploy, manage, and scale resources across the network with a suite of configurable web-based OSS modules, boosting efficiencies and unlocking OPEX-savings.
Enable automation with CROSS as a single point of interaction for OSS and BSS applications, using a REST-based Open API to create seamless workflows for order and service management.
CROSS builds a single network inventory, integrating data from any network system and the network itself. Surrounding this data with service tools and a library of probes, connectors and APIs allows for CROSS to improve data quality, reduce OPEX, and enable automation for improved operational efficiencies.
Consolidate multi-domain/vendor OSS into a single data model and link assets with services across the network stack – covering physical, logical, virtual, and service. Combine a geographic view with a topological model of all network layers.
Bridge and integrate data across network and OSS/BSS domains using probes/connectors and REST-based Open APIs, covering - Network (self-discovery), OSS (NMS, EM, ...), BSS (Ordering, Billing, CRM, ...)
Integrate CROSS inventory with BSS workflow tools to enable automation with sales and faster service delivery. Resource availability and capacity management tools allow services to be designed and matched with the appropriate resources.
Company news, product updates, and industry insights
We’re thrilled to announce that earlier this year, Orange Romania chose CROSS Network Intelligence (CNI) to be their network’s new system of record.
New services for vertical players are rapidly approaching, enabled by full 5G standalone networks. For operators to deliver to new industry partners, they need to be sure that, not only can a service work, but also that it can be commercialized.
While much attention has, rightly, been focused on demonstrating and validating new 5G services, the time has come to explore how these can be commercialized – and, crucially, monetized.