MWC 2018: Sterlite Tech launches BSS platform aimed at CSPs digitalisation project

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has launched ‘BSS of the Future’, a platform that is aimed at digitalisation project of Communication Service Providers (CSPs). According to Sterlite Tech, the platform brings enhanced benefits for both CSPs and end-users. The newly architected platform is powered by DevOps, open APIs and data science, enables CSPs to rapidly and effectively go digital. This new architecture integrates the erstwhile disparate System of Record, System of Engagement and System of Intelligence.

“I am excited about the launch of the ‘BSS of the Future’ as it will allow for a very rapid digitalisation of the CSP ecosystem.” He added, “As legacy systems sunset, we will continue to build innovative digital solutions that benefit both CSPs and users,” said Nikhil Jain, Managing Director (Software), Sterlite Tech.

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