NICE, France -- NetCracker Technology announced today the launch of its latest product release, version 9.0, at Management World 2013. NetCracker 9.0 brings a number of key innovations seen for the first time in the industry. The release closely adheres to NetCracker’s foundational principles around innovative software in BSS/OSS:
A single, common underlying framework and platform with real-time capabilities across all of its BSS and OSS products;
Comprehensive, end-to-end product footprint that now adds six innovative products and a new domain of Enterprise Management to help service providers break down the operations and business silos;
And in an industry first, SDN- and vEPC-enabled BSS/OSS that further accelerates the drive towards virtualization – from data center to the network.
NetCracker will be showcasing NetCracker 9.0 at Management World 2013 in Nice, France this week.
“NetCracker 9.0 continues the tradition of bringing capabilities that are way ahead of anything comparable in the market,” said Vasily Sedunov, Vice President, Engineering, at NetCracker. “As our customers look to lower total cost of ownership (TCO), eliminate the traditional systems silos to build business agility and start to virtualize their infrastructure, we are in lock step with them, providing the foundation and the mission-critical systems to drive the next level of business optimization and innovation.”
NetCracker Technology Corp.
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