Sterlite Tech highlights network convergence at MWC 2017

Vendor showcases solutions for BSS, smart cities, fibre connectivity and management
Agarwal: "Through network convergence, we can enter new markets."
Agarwal: "Through network convergence, we can enter new markets."

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Sterlite Tech is displaying its capabilities at MWC 2017. The solutions in spotlight include optical communication products, network and system integration capabilities, Elitecore OSS/BSS, FTTX, and smart city solutions. The company recently deployed first smart services city in India.

Its digital commerce and customer management platform (DCCM) has been tailored for telcos. It's based on an e-commerce platform and offers complete selling, marketing, monetisation, revenue management, billing and self-care capabilities.

In terms of network infrastructure, its porfolio includes optical fibres, cables and highrise/MDU swift passive solution kits.

Ankit Agarwal, global head, sales and new ventures, Sterlite Technologies, said: “As an end-to-end service provider, our smarter network capabilities have fibre connectivity as the backbone, which can offer network convergence of multiple services with OSS/BSS offering customer management and monetisation capabilities within a single access network."

He added that through such network convergence, the vendor can deliver a wider range of services, adopt new business models, offer innovative services and enter new markets.

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