Thursday, 22 June 2017

Anite licenses Huawei OSS interfaces

Anite
Friday 11 December 15

Anite, a global leader in wireless network testing technology, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Huawei for access to their OSS interfaces. The contract was signed under the Operations Support Systems interoperability initiative (OSSii)…

Anite, a global leader in wireless network testing technology, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Huawei for access to their OSS interfaces. The contract was signed under the Operations Support Systems interoperability initiative (OSSii). Access to Huawei product interfaces ensures that Anite’s Nemo products can accurately integrate with operators’ wireless network OSS infrastructure.

“We are excited about having signed an agreement with Huawei under the OSSii initiative. Their infrastructure is used widely by our operator customers so access to their wireless network infrastructure is an anticipated feature,” says Jussi Lemiläinen, Senior Vice President, Data Analytics Solutions at Anite Network Testing. “With the ability to integrate with Huawei’s OSS interfaces we can offer our customers true multivendor analytics and automation solutions,” he concludes.

Nemo Xynergy is a powerful, scalable, and easy-to-use web-based enterprise-level platform for analyzing drive test, OSS call trace, small cell/DAS, and network management data. Nemo Xynergy consists of four separate modules: Drive Test, Small Cell, Network Management, and CEM.

Nemo WindCatcher is a desktop-based, vendor-neutral, multi-data drive test data post-processing tool. It supports a wide range of data inputs and all major data collection tools on the market.

OSSii was initiated to enable OSS interoperability between different OSS vendors’ equipment. Operations Support Systems integrate to a variety of telecom network technologies from several equipment vendors as well as the telecom operator business systems, making the integration of OSS complex and costly. The objectives of OSSii include enabling easier interoperability between OSS systems, reducing overall OSS integration costs, and enabling shorter time-to-market. Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia are the initiating parties of OSSii – Operations Support Systems interoperability initiative.


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