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May 16, 2006
NICE, France -- The TeleManagement Forum unveiled today a major market initiative entitled “Prosspero.” Prosspero solves the problem of slow uptake of paper-based standards by delivering the development community with open-source code based standards complete with a full support ecosystem to enable rapid implementations. It provides developers with the “peace of mind” of knowing that Prosspero solutions are fully working; have full development back-up and have already been successfully deployed.
Through Prosspero, TM Forum and OSS/J standards with a proven track record of successful implementation are “packaged” with a range of supporting components. These include everything an implementer needs to deliver interoperability on their target OSS or BSS system including: open source code, testing frameworks, guidebooks, online developer support; access to reference implementations plus educational, marketing, and developers’ tools;.
“Keith Willetts, Chairman of the TeleManagement Forum said “The pressure to automate the back offices of fixed and mobile operators means that we have to have a much faster approach to get standards based systems into the marketplace. Prosspero slashes the time and cost of implementation because it delivers everything a developer needs. No more interpreting paper standards and building from scratch; Prosspero is a complete implementer’s toolkit. Put simply, Prosspero gives the industry the means to move to mass-market standards – the OSS/BSS equivalent of the ‘USB port’.”
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