DT Transforms With NetCracker

NetCracker Technology announced that Deutsche Telekom has chosen NetCracker’s solutions and services for its NGSSM transformation

March 15, 2010

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WALTHAM, Mass. -- NetCracker Technology announced today that Deutsche Telekom AG has chosen NetCracker’s solutions and services for its Next Generation Service and Systems Management (NGSSM) transformation, a core element of its enterprise-wide migration to Next Generation Networks (NGN). This win is part of Deutsche Telekom’s (DT) strategic initiative to drive standards-based rationalization and automation of operations to enable significant cost savings, rapid introduction of innovative services, and improved customer experience.

DT’s transformation program, one of the largest in the industry, seeks to manage digital assets across networks and devices with superior user experience. It will begin migration to NGN with all IP and NG access (including radio), ADSL 2+, VDSL, and transport networks. As a part of this transformation, a new NGSSM architecture that emphasizes standardization, COTS, and network platform independence has been developed with a view to simplifying and automating the operations and management of the NGN.

NetCracker will provide the common data management and the complete fulfillment, operations support, and readiness for the NGN.

“Deutsche Telekom selected the NetCracker solution as the basis for our migration to NGN because it meets all of our key requirements, including adherence to TMF standards, as well as its unique ability to provide a single view of our networks, automate our processes, and boost productivity and customer satisfaction. In addition, we selected NetCracker because of its extensive worldwide experience with complex transformational projects and its experience enabling operators to deliver innovative IP-based services,” said Juergen Hardt, Senior Vice President, Next Generation OSS, at Deutsche Telekom. “We are relying on NetCracker’s solution and services capabilities to ensure the smooth migration from legacy systems to an automated and efficient environment that will enable us to realize the goal of delivering a new level of innovation, interaction, and customer service.”

Deutsche Telekom AG (NYSE: DT)

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