NEC and NetCracker are delivering additional OSS capabilities to Mexican operator Maxcom.

August 27, 2015

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TOKYO -- NEC Corporation, NetCracker Technology and NEC México announced today that Maxcom, an integrated, quad-play communications provider in Mexico, has selected them to deliver additional NetCracker OSS solutions that will improve business agility, infrastructure deployment as well as inventory and network synchronization. Maxcom provides high-speed Internet, voice and pay-TV services to residential and business customers in key metropolitan markets across Mexico.

In collaboration with NEC México, NetCracker will deliver two additional OSS solutions—Discovery & Reconciliation and Workforce Management—to Maxcom’s already extensive suite of NetCracker OSS capabilities, which includes Resource Inventory, Service Inventory, Service Information Management, Service Order Management, Service Activation and Service Problem Management.

“The comprehensive NetCracker OSS solution that we already had in place enabled us to accelerate network planning projects, improve resource utilization and experience a number of other critical business and operational benefits,” said Miguel Ángel Ceballos Torres, Operations & IT Director at Maxcom. “This made selecting NEC and NetCracker to expand our OSS capabilities by adding more platforms the clear choice.”

In addition, Maxcom will use a NetCracker extensive suite of professional services that include analysis, design, configuration, integration and testing. Also, NetCracker will provide data migration services.

“NEC México is very proud to add value to Maxcom and help them to provide guidance on their path to an all-IP network with NetCracker solutions,” said Enrique Leiva, Vice President, Board of Directors at NEC México. “We expect to continue our business relationship with Maxcom well into the future and to advance together with growth and diversification.”

“Having a complete, end-to-end OSS solution is critical for service providers that demand in-depth visibility, interoperability and control of their increasingly complex networks,” said Sylvain Seignour, Vice President of Global Sales at NetCracker. “We are excited to help Maxcom take another step forward in transforming its OSS environment to one that meets today’s standards and creates a foundation for the future.”

Maxcom Telecomunicaciones S.A. de C.V.
NEC Corp. (Tokyo: 6701)
Netcracker Technology Corp.

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