Motorola Unveils OSS

Motorola announces advanced provisioning system for broadband networks at ANGA Cable 2002

April 23, 2002

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COLOGNE, Germany -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) Broadband Communications Sector announced that it is introducing the Motorola Advanced Provisioning System -- an open, integrated operational support system (OSS) -- today at ANGA Cable 2002 (Koln Messe Koln, Germany, Hall 13.1, Booth B4). This new, scalable, end-to-end solution automates the steps involved in service creation, activation, management, and billing, allowing operators to quickly deploy and manage advanced data, telephony, and video services over broadband networks. Operators can deploy the Motorola Advanced Provisioning System out-of-the- box as a stand-alone solution or as a key element of their network management and provisioning infrastructure. Turnkey custom adaptors provide seamless integration with legacy operational support systems and customer back-office applications, enabling broadband network operators to swiftly provision services and automate the configuration of network and subscriber equipment. Motorola's Advanced Provisioning System enables the policy-based management of network resources and automated, end- to-end provisioning of network equipment and services according to industry standards. The Motorola Advanced Provisioning System accelerates time-to- revenue models and supports flexible service deployment scenarios. Broadband network operators can define services using abstract rules, enabling maximum flexibility in responding to customer requirements and standards evolution. With its simplified interface, the Motorola Advanced Provisioning System provides operators with a transparent, vendor-independent approach to offering next-generation services over cable access networks. Motorola Inc.

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