Category Archives: OSS/BSS

An approach and a tool for IP network state-to-state transformation

Abstract— The article presents an approach and a tool for network state-to-state transformation. Each network has a state. The state could be formalized into an architectural graph data model that contains network nodes, edges and key metadata. The state-to-state transformation … Continue reading

Posted in IPv4 to IPv6 network transformation, Network Architecture Evolution, OSS/BSS | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

What will be the SDN impact on OSS?

Currently on top of the network each and every medium large organization has a whole stack of OSS systems covering different sections of the E-TOM model. We got network planners, commercial and technical order management systems, service and resource inventories,  … Continue reading

Posted in Network Architecture Evolution, OSS/BSS | Leave a comment

Telecom Management networks (OSS/BSS)

Guys and Gals, Next semester in NBU (Spring 2011) I will teach Telecom Management Networks (TCMM-311). The course covers the following aspects: General Network Architecture and why do we need network management at all TMN (Telecom Management Network) architecture … Continue reading

Posted in OSS/BSS | Tagged , | 1 Comment