Service providers need carrier-grade OSS solutions in Internet time.
M*Ware is designed to develop and enable best OSS solutions with flexible and open architectures. Therefore M*Ware supports a wide range of standards and standardization initiatives.
The OSS through JavaTM Initiative is a working group of industry leaders who have joined resources to speed the development of innovative OSS/BSS solutions and enable fast deployment and integration of OSS components. OSS-J will leverage the work of existing standards bodies and forums particularly in the area of information modeling.
The Initiative defines and implements an open, standard set of Java™ technology-based APIs that help jumpstart the implementation of end-to-end services on next-generation wireless networks and leverage the convergence of telecommunications and Internet-based solutions.
The members of the OSS through Java™ Initiative are convinced that the fastest and most flexible way to develop OSS solutions is to embrace a multi-tier architecture, based on reusable components and container technology, with client access either by tightly or loosely coupled mechanisms.
This is precisely what M*Ware does and enables.
M*Ware supports and M*Ware implementations have been used to enhance the basic information models, developed by the OSS-J group.
M*Ware Ticket Exchange has implemented and delivered a gateway between two major telecom providers , using the OSS Trouble ticketing API definitions between an XML Tibco/ OSS-J Interface and a CMIP/T1.227-228 based system.
The OSS-J Quality of Service API and Service activation API have also tested with M*Ware.
The presently available OSS-J interfaces are:
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