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Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market And Forecast 2010-2015 Now Available On ReportsandReports

Next Generation Networks (NGN) promises a high quality end-user experience. Telecommunications service providers expect the NGN framework to provide them with tools that would ensure customer loyalty. However, the path towards achieving the ideal NGN is fraught with formidable challenges. The most critical challenge confronting operators is optimizing their OSS and BSS platforms, systems, and processes.

DALLAS, May 18, 2010. Next Generation Networks (NGN) promises a high quality end-user experience. Telecommunications service providers expect the NGN framework to provide them with tools that would ensure customer loyalty. However, the path towards achieving the ideal NGN is fraught with formidable challenges. The most critical challenge confronting operators is optimizing their OSS and BSS platforms, systems, and processes.

The OSS/BSS vendor environment is extremely competitive with close to 400 vendors, mostly specialized in niches and having a strong services arm. Vendor categories include Comprehensive Solution Providing Pure OSS/BSS Vendors, Comprehensive Solution Providing Composite Vendors, Skill-set Extension Solution Providers and Core Strength Concentrators - BSS and OSS. The vendor landscape is characterized by extensive M&A activity.

With research beginning in 2007, the report Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market and Forecast 2010-2015 provides a comprehensive analysis of drivers and issues related to technical and business aspects of OSS/BSS deployments and developments while forecasting their growth over the next five years. With the global economy at large beginning to show concrete signs of a turnaround from the recent slowdown, the erstwhile sunrise sector - telecom is at the forefront on capitalizing these good tidings. Consequently, operators are more willing to spend on refurbishing, augmenting and establishing OSS and BSS setups. Additional impetus for the operator bullishness is derived from the promise heralded by wireless broadband, which is universally looked upon as the single most promising factor. This optimism is reflected in the revised market sizes for OSS and BSS solutions. While the optimism is spread pretty much across the OSS/BSS board; systems that are instrumental in fresh rollouts as well as those that deal with revenue leakage will stand to benefit the most, as is evidenced in the respective revenue growth rates.

With the global economy at large beginning to show concrete signs of a turnaround from the recent slowdown, the erstwhile sunrise sector - telecom is at the forefront on capitalizing these good tidings. Consequently, operators are more willing to spend on refurbishing, augmenting and establishing OSS and BSS setups. Additional impetus for the operator bullishness is derived from the promise heralded by wireless broadband, which is universally looked upon as the single most promising factor. This optimism is reflected in the revised market sizes for OSS and BSS solutions. While the optimism is spread pretty much across the OSS/BSS board; systems that are instrumental in fresh rollouts as well as those that deal with revenue leakage will stand to benefit the most, as is evidenced in the respective revenue growth rates.

With the global economy at large beginning to show concrete signs of a turnaround from the recent slowdown, the erstwhile sunrise sector - telecom is at the forefront on capitalizing these good tidings. Consequently, operators are more willing to spend on refurbishing, augmenting and establishing OSS and BSS setups. Additional impetus for the operator bullishness is derived from the promise heralded by wireless broadband, which is universally looked upon as the single most promising factor. This optimism is reflected in the revised market sizes for OSS and BSS solutions. While the optimism is spread pretty much across the OSS/BSS board; systems that are instrumental in fresh rollouts as well as those that deal with revenue leakage will stand to benefit the most, as is evidenced in the respective revenue growth rates. Important Questions Answered by this Report
    - What are the telecom network operator interests in NGN OSS/BSS?
    - What are the challenges to OSS and BSS implementation?
    - What are the best OSS and BSS approaches for NGN?
    - What are the technologies involved in OSS and BSS?
    - Who are the leading vendors for NGN OSS/BSS?
    - What is the market forecast for OSS and BSS?

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