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Mobile TeleSystems Selects NetCracker OSS Solution

NetCracker Technology (Booth 1029), the leading global solution company enabling service providers to rapidly deliver and effectively manage convergent and content-rich offerings, has announced that Mobile TeleSystems (MTS), the largest mobile phone operator in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, has chosen NetCrackers OSS infrastructure and services for its resource and service inventory provisioning to support its growing customer base. Mobile TeleSystems is deploying the NetCracker Resource and Service Management OSS solution in its advanced network.


NetCrackers portfolio will allow MTS to enhance the utilization of network resources and service provisioning activities while continuing to provide sophisticated, contentrich services to our customers, says Yuri Gromakov, chief technology officer at MTS. This capability, in turn, will enable the rapid delivery and management of services to the largest mobile customer base in Russia.


MTSs services cover 79 of the 89 regions in Russia and the entire territories of Belarus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. The company is looking to NetCracker to help it provide reliable mobile services and equip the company with the infrastructure to grow its business.


The growth of MTS is due in large part to its commitment to offering its customers the best services, says Andrew Feinberg, president and CEO of NetCracker Technology. With NetCracker, MTS can excel in resource and service management, which will help the company achieve greater control and profitability in its network. NetCracker is pleased to help MTS drive its next phase of growth and market dominance.



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