Service Commander is built upon Chameleon OS.
Amartus, a developer of next generation OSS/BSS solutions, announced Service Commander, the industry’s first end-to-end next-generation connectivity service automation management platform, enabling service providers to automate their connectivity service delivery process.
The rapid proliferation of next-generation connectivity services required for cloud transport, wireless backhaul, residential and business services has placed increased pressure on carriers to deliver services more rapidly and cost-effectively than ever before. This is a sea change for service providers and Service Commander is the first solution available to automate the design, deployment and operation of those services.
Service Commander has been designed from the ground up to address next-generation connectivity service delivery needs, which include delivery of richer services in compressed time frames with reduced operational costs. Legacy OSS’s are element & network centric and incapable of meeting these requirements.
The solution bridges the gap between traditional network and element management solutions and OSS’s need to automate the delivery of customer facing services (CFSs). Service Commander separates the service design phase from the provisioning and operation of services and provides tools specifically built to support the complex mapping between the service and network/element layer which typically involves 100’s of attributes and operations and is highly error prone.
Service Commander is built upon Chameleon OS, Amartus’ next-generation carrier grade management platform designed to support a range of NGN OSS and management solutions including service managers, network managers, element managers, test managers, OSS/BSS gateways, customer self-service portals, and more. Chameleon OS also provides an abstraction layer, which is key to integrating NGN services onto existing OSS environments.
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