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November 15, 2005
TORONTO -- Sigma Systems, the leading provider of service management OSS solutions, delivering next-generation services on IP broadband and wireless networks, today announced the general market availability of the Sigma Service Management Platform (SMP) Release 3.0, the company's award-winning flagship product.
SMP is a high performance, extremely reliable, flexible, and customizable service management Platform with proven Service Provider deployments in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific since 1996. SMP Release 3.0 has major enhancements to automate service management and service delivery of subscription, on-demand, and converged telecommunications services for IP broadband and wireless Service Providers.
“Our customers want to offer new classes of services such as on-demand and event based services to enhance their revenue opportunities and competitive differentiation,” said Tim Spencer, President, Sigma Systems. “With SMP 3.0, Service Providers will now have an optimized platform for creating and provisioning these new classes of innovative converged services more rapidly and at lower costs.”
This third generation Platform reinforces Sigma's global leadership in OSS solutions for cable, wireless and telecommunications providers by delivering a platform to support the emerging new classes of voice, video, data services including subscription, pre- paid, on-demand and event-based services.
“As more and more advanced services are coming down the pike, so too are the needs for - and complexities of - automated service creation, service provisioning and service delivery, increasing,” said Larry Goldman, Founder OSS Observer, a leading OSS analyst firm. “To maintain competitive advantage, carriers are concerning themselves with their service fulfillment systems more than ever before, boding well for companies such as Sigma.”
In 2006, Sigma Systems will continue to invest significantly in SMP 3.x, in meeting the evolving demands of commercial/business, IPTV, 3G and IMS related services.
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