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Italtel's ONE-ANS Joins TMFItaltel's ONE-ANS Joins TMF

Italtel subsidiary ONE-ANS joins the TeleManagement Forum

May 18, 2005

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Italtel's ONE-ANS Joins TMF

NICE, France -- The TeleManagement Forum (TM Forum) today announced that ONE-ANS, a subsidiary of Italtel and leading company in the integration of Service Assurance and Service Level Agreement solutions, has joined its organisation.

The TM Forum is pleased to welcome the contribution that the experience of ONE-ANS will make among the membership in the drive to develop strategic guidance and implementation in OSS/BSS. As the TM Forum’s New Generation Operations Systems and Software (NGOSS) initiative gathers pace, ONE-ANS’s input will prove important in defining how such systems are implemented.

The new member of TM Forum officially announced in occasion of TeleManagement World, held May 16-19, in Nice, France, at the Acropolis Convention Center. TM Forum’s TeleManagement World has the industry’s unparalleled recognition in driving lean operations for the OSS/BSS industry sector.

ONE-ANS offers a wide coverage in terms of global ICT Infrastructure Services and Solutions in the areas of Network Plan and Design, Storage Network, Security and Asset Management, based on the state of the art technologies and standards. The Company addresses the telco market through strong commercial and technological partnerships with the main player in software and ICT environment, as: Micromuse, Remedy, Oblicore, Cramer, and Infovista.

“We look forward to participating in the initiatives of the TeleManagement Forum,” said Fabio Orfanini. General Manager of ONE-ANS. “One of our key interests in the work of the TM Forum is: Catalyst Program, eTOM and NGOSS - SID.”

“We feel privileged to welcome ONE-ANS to our organisation,” said Jim Warner, President and CEO of the TM Forum. “We are confident that ONE-ANS will make a significant contribution regarding the implementation of the NGOSS as operators look to strategically develop their OSS/BSS platforms.”

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