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Using Microsoft platforms and tools with Enterprise SOA best practices to design and build Telecom BSS/OSS and Service Delivery solutions.

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  • Blog Post: The “Software Enabled Service Management” Solution

    The concept of a Service Delivery Platform is relatively simple provided the services are all contained within one well-defined boundary: A Software Application Store or an SDP for one set of functions in a mobile operators network. However, once service providers begin to meld together services from...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft the Service Provider

    Last week, the TeleManagement Forum ( www.tmforum.org ) held its Management World Americas event in Dallas, TX. Walking through the exhibit areas and reviewing the two Catalyst Projects that Microsoft contributed to, I began to think about how Microsoft has evolved into a Service Provider over the past...
  • Blog Post: New era of wireless bypass taking shape?

    In an article by Business Week on MSN, we can see a new era in "Bypass" taking shape. http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/Investing/Extra/WhatAGooglePhoneMightLookLike.aspx The incumbent service providers are busy building out IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) infrastructures and associated...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft in Telecom

    I have spent most of my career involved in Telecommunications managing outside plant, inside plant, business and residential services, voice, data, and the people that figure it all out. Traditionally, Microsoft has made an important contribution to information worker productivity on the enterprise side...
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