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Looking to roll out a technology project or make a decision? We can help with research reports, onsite courses taught by world-class SMEs, or consulting. View our offerings: Research, Courses (navigate using orange ‘Browse Our Courses’ buttons up top), Consulting (click Get Answers/Quote on the right or call us). Communication Service Providers (CSP) are adopting next generation OSS/BSS systems for many reasons including integration with new IP-based frameworks, emerging applications, and the need to continuously improve upon customer service and retention efforts. Other factors include the need for network operators to rationalize legacy systems into common support frameworks while simultaneously seeking differentiation relative to competition. Adding to the complexity of implementing and operating NGN OSS/BSS are the many technical and business challenges associated with emerging technologies and solutions. CSPs must consider optimization of OSS/BSS with respect to these emerging areas, which include Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Function Virtualization, Carrier Ethernet 2.0 (CE 2.0), Life Cycle Orchestration (LSO), and the emerging MEF defined “Third Network”. There are even new types of Wireless Wide Area Networks (WAN) such as Low-power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN). Each of these new areas cause compatibility challenges with legacy OSS/BSS systems. With research beginning in 2007, the report “Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market and Forecast 2015 – 2020” provides comprehensive analysis of the drivers and issues related to the technical and business aspects of OSS/BSS, deployments and operations issues, and quantitative analysis with forecasts for anticipated growth through 2020. It also covers impact of third networks and emerging technology trends on operators’ OSS/BSS capabilities and industry perspective of TIA, EXFO, SPIRENT, and RAD. All purchases of our reports include time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you’re addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report. Questions answered in the report include: What changes will take place in OSS/BSS vendor landscape? What is driving business growth in the NGN OSS/BSS market? How will NGN affect current OSS/BSS architecture and its modules? What is Frameworx and how does it drive next generation OSS/BSS? How will emerging technologies impact the legacy OSS/BSS systems? What will be the global market scenarios for next generation OSS/BSS? What is next generation OSS/BSS and how is it different from legacy OSS/BSS? What kind of transformation will take place in legacy OSS/BSS to next generation? What will be the implications of NGN on operating and managing telecom business? What are the impacts on managed and cloud services from social media, BI and analytics? How is NGN OSS/BSS changing business dynamics of current legacy OSS/BSS ecosystem?
Target Audience LSO solution providers SDN and NFV solution providers Network and services integrators Cloud and virtualization companies Fixed and mobile network operators OSS/BSS products and services suppliers NextGen network infrastructure providers Third-party platform providers including OTT
Selected Report Findings Legacy OSS/BSS market will decline from 71% market share in 2015 to only 28% market share in 2020 Fastest growing NGN OSS/BSS solution delivery option is seen as End-to-End Solution Service solutions North America is currently leading the market with 41% market share, which is expected to decline to 37% by 2020
Report Benefits Detailed market forecasts for 2015 to 2020 for OSS/BSS Technical evaluation of OSS and BSS in next generation networks Quantitative analysis for legacy vs. next gen OSS/BSS through 2015 Identify market potential by service components of OSS/BSS functions Understand the market dynamics regarding legacy vs. next generation Understand the drivers and timing for evolution to next generation OSS/BSS Identify companies and their services, products, and solutions for next generation OSS/BSS Identify emerging technologies, third networks, and standards supporting solutions for next generation OSS/BSS Recognize the opportunities for next generation OSS across many different service, solution and product categories
Companies in Report Accedian Alcatel-Lucent Amdocs Ascom Network Testing CBOSS Cerillion Comarch Comptel Corporation Comverse Convergys cVidya Inc Dorado Software Elitecore Technologies Ericsson Evolving Systems Inc EXFO Formula Telecom Solutions GENBAND Hewlett-Packard Company HighDeal Huawei IBM InfoVista INOC Intec Telecom Systems (CSG International) Level 3 LHS LogNet Systems MEF Metratech MindCTI Ltd Mycom NetCracker Neural Technologies Nokia Siemens Networks OpenCloud Oracle Overture Networks RAD Redknee Sandvine Spirent Subex Synchronoss Telco Systems Telcordia (Ericsson) TIA TTI Telecom UshaComm Ventraq (Formerly ACE*COMM) Veryx VPIsystems Inc WANDL (Wide Area Network Design Laboratory) WebNMS Xalted XINTEC SA ZIRA ZTE
Table of Contents for “Next Generation Network OSS/BSS Market and Forecast 2015 – 2020” 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 RESEARCH OBJECTIVES 1.2 SCOPE OF THE REPORT 1.3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1.4 DEFINITIONS IN THE REPORT 1.5 ACRONYMS 1.6 COMPANIES IN REPORT 1.7 TARGET AUDIENCE OF THE REPORT 2.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3.0 NEXT GENERATION NETWORK (NGN) 3.1 WHAT DEFINES A NEXT GENERATION NETWORK? 3.2 NGN VS. EXISTING NETWORKS 3.2.1 PACKET NETWORK 3.2.2 TRANSPORT TECHNOLOGIES 3.2.3 INDEPENDENT TECHNOLOGIES 3.2.4 UNFETTERED ACCESS 3.2.5 MOBILITY 3.3 NGN MARKET DRIVERS 3.3.1 TELECOM OPERATOR AND VENDOR INTERESTS 3.3.2 IMPROVEMENT IN ACCESS TECHNOLOGIES 3.3.3 REDUCED VENDOR DEPENDENCY 3.3.4 RETURN ON INVESTMENT 3.4 CHALLENGES FOR NGN 3.4.1 LARGE SCALE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 3.4.2 OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES 3.4.3 INTEGRATION OF PRIVATE NETWORKS AND APPLICATIONS WITH PUBLIC NETWORKS 3.4.4 QUALITY OF SERVICE (QOS) 3.4.5 NATIONAL SECURITY AND COMPETITIVE POLICIES 3.5 CARRIER BUSINESS MODELS, NGN CHALLENGES, AND ROLE OF CSPS 4.0 LEGACY VS. NEXT GENERATION OSS & BSS 4.1 OSS/BSS ECOSYSTEM AND COMPONENT IN TELECOM SERVICE DOMAIN 4.2 WHAT IS NEXT GENERATION OSS/BSS? 4.3 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LEGACY OSS/BSS AND NEXT GENERATION OSS/BSS 4.4 STAKEHOLDERS AND NGN ROLES 4.5 MANAGED SERVICE MODEL FOR OSS/BSS 4.6 LEGACY AND NEXT GENERATION OSS ARCHITECTURE 4.7 LEGACY OSS ARCHITECTURE 4.7.1 TELECOMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT NETWORK (TMN) 4.7.2 NETWORK MANAGEMENT USING FCAPS MODEL 4.7.3 SIMPLE NETWORK MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL (SNMP) 4.7.4 COMMON MANAGEMENT INFORMATION PROTOCOL (CMIP) 4.8 FRAMEWORX 4.8.1 FRAMEWORK TO INTEGRATE CUSTOMIZATION DEMANDS 4.8.2 KEY NGOSS TERMINOLOGY 4.8.3 TECHNOLOGY NEUTRAL ARCHITECTURE (TNA) 4.9 CORE FRAMEWORK IN TM FORUM FRAMEWORX 4.9.1 THE APPLICATION FRAMEWORK (TAM) 4.9.2 BUSINESS PROCESS FRAMEWORK (FORMERLY ETOM) 4.9.3 INFORMATION FRAMEWORK (SID) 4.9.4 NGOSS COMPLIANCE TESTS 4.9.5 THE NGOSS LIFECYCLE 4.9.6 APIS AND INTERFACES 4.9.7 OSS/J 4.9.8 MIDDLEWARE 4.9.9 SERVICE DELIVERY PLATFORM (SDP) 4.10 SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) 4.10.1 SERVICE ORIENTED APPLICATION PROTOCOL (SOAP) 4.10.2 WEB SERVICES (WS) 4.10.3 EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE (XML) 4.10.4 ENTERPRISE APPLICATION INTEGRATION (EAI) 4.10.5 ENTERPRISE SERVICE BUS (ESB) 4.10.6 MODEL DRIVEN ARCHITECTURE (MDA) 4.10.7 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE LIBRARY (ITIL) 5.0 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES AND NG OSS/BSS 5.1 BIG DATA ANALYTICS 5.2 INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) AND MACHINE TO MACHINE (M2M) 5.3 NFV AND SDN 5.4 SELF ORGANIZING NETWORKS (SON) 5.5 VIRTUAL CONVERGENCE 5.6 SMAC TECHNOLOGY 5.7 NETWORKED SOCIETY 5.8 OPEN SOURCE AND TELECOM APIS 5.9 CARRIER ETHERNET AND CE 2.0 5.10 LIFE CYCLE ORCHESTRATION (LSO) 5.11 HAPTIC INTERNET 5.12 SMARTRAN 5.13 MOBILE EDGE COMPUTING (MEC) 5.14 HIGHLY ADAPTIVE ENERGY EFFICIENT COMPUTING (HAEC) 5.15 WIRELESS WIDE AREA NETWORK (WWAN) 5.16 LOW-POWER WIDE AREA NETWORK (LPWAN) 6.0 NGN OSS & BSS MARKET FORECASTS 2015 – 2020 6.1 CONSOLIDATED MARKET VIEW 2015 – 2020 6.1.1 GLOBAL OSS AND BSS SOFTWARE MARKET REVENUE 6.1.2 GLOBAL OSS & BSS REVENUE BY LEGACY VS. NEXT GENERATION SOLUTION 6.1.3 GLOBAL OSS & BSS REVENUE BY SOLUTION PLATFORM 6.1.4 GLOBAL OSS & BSS REVENUE BY SOLUTION MODALITY 6.1.5 CONSOLIDATED OSS & BSS REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS 6.2 OSS MARKET 2015 – 2020 6.2.1 GLOBAL OSS REVENUE BY LEGACY SOLUTION VS. NEXT GENERATION SOLUTION 6.2.2 OSS REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION 6.2.3 OSS REVENUE BY SOLUTION PLATFORM 6.2.4 OSS REVENUE BY SOLUTION MODALITY 6.2.5 OSS REVENUE BY MODULES 6.2.6 NETWORK PLANNING AND ENG (NPE) OSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION & SERVICE MODALITY 6.2.7 FAULT MANAGEMENT (FM) OSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION & SERVICE MODALITY 6.2.8 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (PM) OSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION & SERVICE MODALITY 6.2.9 PROVISION & SERVICE ACTIVATION (PSA) OSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION & SERVICE MODALITY 6.2.10 INVENTORY MANAGEMENT (IM) OSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION & SERVICE MODALITY 6.3 BSS MARKET 2015 – 2020 6.3.1 GLOBAL BSS REVENUE BY LEGACY SOLUTION VS. NEXT GENERATION SOLUTION 6.3.2 BSS REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION 6.3.3 BSS REVENUE BY SOLUTION PLATFORM 6.3.4 BSS REVENUE BY SOLUTION MODALITY 6.3.5 BSS REVENUE BY SOLUTION TYPE 6.3.6 BSS REVENUE BY MODULES 6.3.7 BILLING AND CUSTOMER CARE (B&CC) BSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION AND SERVICE MODALITY 6.3.8 MEDIATION (MD) BSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION AND SERVICE MODALITY 6.3.9 REVENUE ASSURANCE (RA) BSS MODULE REVENUE BY REGION & SERVICE MODALITY 6.4 GLOBAL CARRIER BILLING (DIRECT & THIRD PARTY) LOSS AND MARKET IMPACT 7.0 VENDOR LANDSCAPE OVERVIEW 7.1 LEGACY OSS-BSS SOLUTIONS: A MULTIPLE VENDOR MARKET 7.2 NGOSS MARKET: PLUG N PLAY 7.3 M&A: A STRATEGIC DECISION TO GAIN LEADERSHIP IN NGOSS MARKET 7.4 NEXT GENERATION OSS/BSS SOLUTIONS AND OFFERINGS 7.4.1 OSS/BSS MANAGED SERVICES 7.5 OSS/BSS COTS PRODUCTS 7.5.1 PURE OSS/BSS VENDORS 7.5.2 COMPOSITE VENDORS 7.5.3 CORE STRENGTH BSS VENDOR 7.5.4 CORE STRENGTH OSS VENDOR 7.6 TRANSFORMING LEGACY OSS TO NEXT GENERATION OSS/BSS 8.0 VENDOR ANALYSIS 8.1 AMDOCS 8.1.1 BACKGROUND 8.1.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.1.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.2 CBOSS 8.2.1 BACKGROUND 8.2.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.2.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.3 CERILLION 8.3.1 BACKGROUND 8.3.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.3.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.4 COMARCH 8.4.1 BACKGROUND 8.4.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.4.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.5 COMPTEL CORPORATION 8.5.1 BACKGROUND 8.5.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.5.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.6 XURA 8.6.1 BACKGROUND 8.6.2 PRODUCTS AND SOLUTION 8.6.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.7 CONVERGYS 8.7.1 BACKGROUND 8.7.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.7.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.8 CVIDYA 8.8.1 BACKGROUND 8.8.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.8.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.9 DORADO SOFTWARE 8.9.1 BACKGROUND 8.9.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.9.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.10 ELITECORE TECHNOLOGIES 8.10.1 BACKGROUND 8.10.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.10.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.11 ERICSSON 8.11.1 BACKGROUND 8.11.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.11.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.12 EVOLVING SYSTEMS 8.12.1 BACKGROUND 8.12.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.12.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.13 FORMULA TELECOM SOLUTIONS 8.13.1 BACKGROUND 8.13.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.13.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.14 HEWLETT-PACKARD (HP) 8.14.1 BACKGROUND 8.14.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.14.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.15 HIGHDEAL 8.15.1 BACKGROUND 8.15.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.15.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.16 HUAWEI 8.16.1 BACKGROUND 8.16.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.16.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.17 IBM 8.17.1 BACKGROUND 8.17.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.17.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.18 INFOVISTA 8.18.1 BACKGROUND 8.18.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.18.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.19 INTEC TELECOM SYSTEMS 8.19.1 BACKGROUND 8.19.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.19.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.20 LOGNET SYSTEMS 8.20.1 BACKGROUND 8.20.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.20.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.21 METRATECH 8.21.1 BACKGROUND 8.21.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.21.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.22 MINDCTI 8.22.1 BACKGROUND 8.22.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.22.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.23 MYCOMOSI 8.23.1 BACKGROUND 8.23.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.23.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.24 NETCRACKER 8.24.1 BACKGROUND 8.24.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.24.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.25 NEURAL TECHNOLOGIES 8.25.1 BACKGROUND 8.25.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.25.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.26 OPENCLOUD 8.26.1 BACKGROUND 8.26.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.26.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.27 ORACLE 8.27.1 BACKGROUND 8.27.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.27.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.28 REDKNEE 8.28.1 BACKGROUND 8.28.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.28.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.29 SUBEX 8.29.1 BACKGROUND 8.29.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.29.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.30 SYNCHRONOSS 8.30.1 BACKGROUND 8.30.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.30.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.31 TTI TELECOM 8.31.1 BACKGROUND 8.31.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.31.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.32 USHACOMM 8.32.1 BACKGROUND 8.32.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.32.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.33 VENTRAQ 8.33.1 BACKGROUND 8.33.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.33.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.34 VPISYSTEMS 8.34.1 BACKGROUND 8.34.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTIONS 8.34.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.35 WANDL 8.35.1 BACKGROUND 8.35.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.35.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.36 WEBNMS 8.36.1 BACKGROUND 8.36.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.36.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.37 XALTED 8.37.1 BACKGROUND 8.37.2 SOLUTION NAMES 8.37.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.38 XINTEC SA 8.38.1 BACKGROUND 8.38.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.38.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.39 ZTE 8.39.1 BACKGROUND 1 8.39.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.39.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.40 TELCORDIA TECHNOLOGIES (ERICSSON) 8.40.1 BACKGROUND 8.40.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.40.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.41 NOKIA NETWORKS 8.41.1 BACKGROUND 8.41.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTIONS 8.41.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.42 ALCATEL-LUCENT 8.42.1 BACKGROUND 8.42.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.42.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.43 ASCOM NETWORK TESTING 8.43.1 BACKGROUND 8.43.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.43.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.44 ZIRA 8.44.1 BACKGROUND 8.44.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.44.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.45 EXFO 8.45.1 BACKGROUND 8.45.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.45.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.46 SPIRENT 8.46.1 BACKGROUND 8.46.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTIONS 8.46.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.47 ACCEDIAN 8.47.1 BACKGROUND 8.47.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTIONS 8.47.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.48 RAD 8.48.1 BACKGROUND 8.48.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTIONS 8.48.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.49 INOC 8.49.1 BACKGROUND 8.49.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.49.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.50 LEVEL 3 8.50.1 BACKGROUND 8.50.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.50.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.51 MEF 8.51.1 BACKGROUND 8.51.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.51.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.52 OVERTURE NETWORKS 8.52.1 BACKGROUND 8.52.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.52.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.53 SANDVINE 8.53.1 BACKGROUND 8.53.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.53.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.54 TELCO SYSTEMS 8.54.1 BACKGROUND 8.54.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.54.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.55 GENBAND 8.55.1 BACKGROUND 8.55.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.55.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.56 TIA 8.56.1 BACKGROUND 8.56.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.56.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 8.57 VERYX 8.57.1 BACKGROUND 8.57.2 PRODUCT AND SOLUTION 8.57.3 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT 9.0 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 9.1 RECOMMENDATION FOR OSS/BSS VENDORS 9.2 RECOMMENDATION FOR CSPS 9.3 RECOMMENDATION FOR ENTERPRISES APPENDIX A: INTERVIEW WITH EXFO APPENDIX B: INTERVIEW WITH SPIRENT APPENDIX C: INTERVIEW WITH RAD APPENDIX D: INTERVIEW WITH TELECOM INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION (TIA) Figures Figure 1: Next Generation OSS/BSS Ecosystem Architecture Figure 2: Logical Layers of TMN Framework Figure 3: NGOSS Schematic Diagram Figure 4: Frameworx Schematic Figure 5: eTOM framework Figure 6: Operation Domain in Business Process Framework Figure 7: SID Business Entity Framework Figure 8: NGOSS Lifecycle Management Figure 9: NGOSS and OSS/J Synchronization Figure 10: TMF/Prosspero Framework Figure 11: Converged CE 2.0 and SDS Orchestration Solution for OSS/BSS Figure 12: LSO Structure for Network Operator Figure 13: Framework to Integrate LSO into OSS/BSS Function Figure 14: Harmonization Layer between OSS & BSS Functions Figure 15: HAEC Architecture and Information Processing through OSS Tables Table 1: NGN Concept, Benefits, and CSP Challenges Table 2: Comparison of NGN with PSTN and PSDN Table 3: Components and Functions of OSS & BSS Table 4: Difference between Legacy OSS and NG OSS-BSS Table 5: Difference between Legacy BSS and NG OSS/BSS Table 6: Overview of Legacy OSS and NG OSS Architecture Table 7: Global OSS & BSS Market Revenue 2015 – 2020 Table 8: Global OSS & BSS Revenue: Legacy vs. NG Solutions 2015 – 2020 Table 9: Global OSS & BSS Revenue by Solution Platforms 2015 – 2020 Table 10: Global OSS & BSS Revenue by Solution Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 11: Consolidated OSS & BSS Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 12: Global OSS Revenue: Legacy vs. NG Solution 2015 – 2020 Table 13: OSS Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 14: OSS Revenue by Solution Platform 2015 – 2020 Table 15: OSS Revenue by Solution Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 16: OSS Revenue by OSS Modules 2015 – 2020 Table 17: NPE OSS Module Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 18: NPE OSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 19: FM OSS Module Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 20: FM OSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 21: PM OSS Module Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 22: PM OSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 23: PSA OSS Module Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 24: PSA OSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 25: IM OSS Module Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 26: IM OSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 27: Global BSS Revenue by Legacy vs. NG Solution 2015 – 2020 Table 28: BSS Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 29: BSS Revenue by Solution Platform 2015 – 2020 Table 30: BSS Revenue by Solution Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 31: BSS Revenue by Solution Type 2015 – 2020 Table 32: BSS Revenue by Modules 2015 – 2020 Table 33: B&CC BSS Module Revenue Region 2015 – 2020 Table 34: B&CC BSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 35: MD BSS Module Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 36: MD BSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 37: RA BSS Module Revenue by Region 2015 – 2020 Table 38: RA BSS Module Revenue by Service Modality 2015 – 2020 Table 39: Global Carrier Billing Loss: Direct vs. Third Party Billing 2015 – 2020 Table 40: Managed/Hosted OSS/BSS Service Vendors Table 41: Pure OSS/SS Solution Vendors Table 42: Composite OSS/BSS Solution Vendors Table 43: Core BSS Service Vendors Table 44: Core OSS Service Vendors Table 45: Legacy and NGN OSS/BSS Vendors
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