The network's network

Izzo, Matt
January 1996
Telephony;1/29/96, Vol. 230 Issue 5, p40
Trade Publication
Describes advanced operations support systems (OSSs) needed by emerging full service telecommunication companies in order to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing industry. New OSSs exceeding the characteristics of traditional legacy systems; Making data accessible; Layered distribution; Maximum flexibility; Practical standards implementation.


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