Reliance, Clarity Go to TMW

Reliance Communications and Clarity join forces at TeleManagement World to highlight practical NGOSS-based approach to convergent OSS

May 11, 2007

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MUMBAI -- Clarity, the telecommunication industry’s Operational Support System (OSS) business process automation company, today announces that it will be joining forces with India’s Reliance Communications at this year’s TeleManagement World conference in Nice to deliver a valuable paper on how convergent phone operators can optimise the returns on their infrastructure investments using an NGOSS-based approach to OSS.

Sumit Chowdhury, CIO of Reliance India and member of the TeleManagement Forum (TMF) Advisory Board together with Tony Kalcina, Founder of Clarity, will present “Taming the Network Beast - Realizing Early Profit through a Practical NGOSS based Unified OSS implementation” at 2pm on Wednesday May 23, the second day of the TeleManagement Forum’s TeleManagement World conference, at the Acropolis Convention Centre in Nice, France.

The paper, to be delivered as part of the Process Transformation session within the conference’s IT & Operations Track (IT/OPS31), will be of importance to the converged fixed/mobile phone operator community in:

  • Articulating the practical, technical and organisational experience gained in creating a highly-automated, next-generation operational support system-inspired convergent telco.

  • Discussing how to develop an optimised telecommunications business in a highly competitive, low average revenue per user (ARPU) environment with very high levels of churn.

  • Providing a practical insight into how to address the scalability issues involved in transforming a legacy telecommunications operator into a next-generation provider able to serve more than 100 million subscribers.

  • Demonstrating best-practice techniques and solutions-based advice useful to TeleManagement Forum members as they shape their transformation strategies to address new forms of competition.

“India is still basking in the glow of becoming the world's fastest-growing mobile phone market,” said Kalcina. “Last year alone, the number of mobile phone subscribers in India nearly doubled from the previous year to reach almost 150 million. With the market growing at about 6 million new subscribers every month, this market is set to double again in size in the next couple of years. Needless to say, this is putting tremendous pressure on operators to implement systems that are not only extremely scalable, but also allow them to realise the profits associated with this extraordinary growth.”

Clarity International Pty Ltd.

Reliance Communications Ltd. (RCom)

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