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.
In 5G networks, while there are enhanced services for mobile consumers, there will also be a wider range of services for so-called ‘B2B’ players, from a wide range of verticals.
In this context, telecom service inventory management will play a crucial role – as you can see from this high-level diagram, taken from the paper:
5G-VINNI is trying to set a pathway for OSS and BSS evolution to support this and has identified a number of ‘maturity levels’ that are required to get there. It’s a sort of pathway, with clearly defined steps. If we explore the ultimate realization of this – Maturity Level 4 (ML4) – we can see the vision in full:
So, telecoms service inventory management is going to get a lot more complex, soon. That’s why any operator that runs inventory through accessing data in scattered silos, is going to be left behind, soon – if, that is, they seek to engage in and succeed with new 5G opportunities.
We will have a Presales Training and Developers Training in Ostrava for our Partners.
Today we are pleased to announce that CGI Slovakia has become our Business Partner. CGI is a leading global company in the field of IT consulting and services, having their Centre of Competence for Telecommunications in Slovakia.