SFR Reunion deploys Oracle Communications Converged Application Server
Sep 11, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Oracle Corporation has announced that SFR Reunion, a subsidiary of SFR serving mobile, landline, internet and television customers in the French islands of La Reunion and Mayotte, has deployed Oracle Communications Converged Application Server and Oracle Communications Converged Application Server Service Controller to support new service innovation, including a corporate VPN application.
Oracle Communications Converged Application Server and Oracle Communications Converged Application Server Service Controller enabled the CSP to quickly migrate its services from the legacy platform to help minimize service downtime and consolidate its technologies to a single next-generation service delivery platform.
The solution also helped SFR Reunion lower operational costs by reducing the number of service control point (SCP) platforms that SFR Reunion must maintain and support; reduce total cost of ownership while supporting 15,000 users on the new corporate VPN application; enable rapid development and deployment of innovative, revenue-generating services that blend IT features with core network capabilities to increase market segment differentiation; and improve collaboration with partners due to the solutions' open, standards-based architecture, Oracle said.
SFR Reunion selected Oracle Communications Consulting to support the platform implementation and ensure the project was completed on time and on budget. As the resident expert on Oracle Communications solutions, Oracle Communications Consulting maximized the solution benefits while meeting the strict deployment timeline.
"We are very excited to now have a state-of-the-art next-generation service delivery platform supported by Oracle Communications, which sets the stage for our new service offerings. We are very satisfied to have completed the transformation with Oracle Communications Consulting, as the team ensured we stayed within our budget and had a successful go live," said Pierre-Antoine Legagneur, chief information officer, SFR Reunion.
"As the telecommunications industry shifts to an all-IP landscape, open, standards-based service creation and deployment tools are essential to create innovative offerings quickly and cost-effectively. We are excited to be a pivotal part of SFR Reunion's next-generation network strategy. We look forward to a long and successful relationship," said Bhaskar Gorti, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Communications.
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