Getting ready for IoT monitoring

Posted by Sandeep Raina on Nov 18, 2016 4:00:00 PM

Getting ready for IoT monitoringIoT devices, networks and services need extensive monitoring. Hundreds of thousands of devices are being added daily to the IoT ecosystem, connected to each other and the cloud through Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, cellular and fixed networks. New communication networks based on EC-GSM, LoRa, LTE-M, NB-IoT and SigFox are being considered by IoT service providers to deliver their services. While the IoT service providers could potentially operate separately from Communication Service Providers (CSP), IoT networks are currently being overlaid on existing communication networks and therefore require the CSP’s support in managing the inter-device communication and in maintaining its quality.

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Topics: OSS, IoT, Big Data, Network Analytics, CSP Digital Transformation, OSS Transformation

MYCOM OSI receives 6 awards in 6 months

Posted by Ian Meakin on Jun 7, 2016 4:00:00 PM

May was a particularly busy month for MYCOM OSI in terms of awards and recognitions. We are still celebrating after receiving the ‘Mobile Infrastructure Innovation Award’ from Global Telecoms Business on 25th May for the ‘Building a Services-Driven Super NOC’ project with Vodafone India. But we were also either nominated or won three other awards during May as well. When we count them all up we’ve averaged an award per month for the last 6 months or so.

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Topics: Network Performance Management, Big Data, Analytics, Awards

IoT: A perspective on the industry from Dubai

Posted by Mounir Ladki, President and CTO, MYCOM OSI on Jun 16, 2015 5:44:00 PM

Internet of Things (IoT)I want to share some perspectives and observations from the IoTx conference that took place in Dubai (8-9 June 2015) and brought together the city of Dubai with eminent representation of the IoT ecosystem: Cities (San Francisco), facility management companies, technology companies, Systems Integrators, Data analytics specialists, universities and research institutes.

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Topics: IoT, Big Data, Internet of Things, Smart Cities, CSP, Network Analytics, Network Connectivity, Cloud Computing

The Dawn of the Smart World: Observations from Mobile World Congress 2015

Posted by Dr. Konstantinos Stavropoulos on Mar 10, 2015 3:34:44 PM

Last week, MYCOM OSI participated in Mobile World Congress 2015, Barcelona ( From March 2 to March 5, MYCOM OSI met with customers, prospects, partners, analysts and journalists, launched new products for Network Analytics (ProInsight™) and for Automation & Orchestration (ProActor™), introduced a new TM Forum report on Network Analytics, and announced joining the UK’s leading 5G research initiative (5G Innovation Center, 5GIC).

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Topics: Virtualization, NFV, IoT, Big Data, Smart World, Analytics, Internet of Things, Automation, Mobile World Congress, Orchestration, CSP concerns, 5G

Smart Networks for a Smart World: MYCOM OSI at Mobile World Congress 2015

Posted by Dr. Konstantinos Stavropoulos on Feb 9, 2015 10:21:00 AM

MYCOM OSI is participating in Mobile World Congress 2015, which is taking place in Barcelona, Spain, from March 2 to March 5. A key area of interest for the ‘world’s greatest mobile event’ is the way that mobile technology is transforming our lives by connecting not just people but also ‘smart’ devices and thus laying the foundation of smart homes, smart cities and a brave new – smart – world.

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Topics: Virtualization, Revenue growth, Business Transformation, M2M, IoT, Big Data, Smart World, Analytics, Internet of Things, Automation, Mobile World Congress

The Next Big Thing for Communications Service Providers - Big Data Analytics

Posted by Dr. Konstantinos Stavropoulos on Jan 28, 2015 1:25:00 PM

What is the next big thing for Communications Service Providers (CSPs)? Several exciting concepts and disruptive ideas – in many cases, Over-The-Top (OTT) player relevant rather than CSP specific – would compete for this coveted title. Amongst them, a couple of industry buzzwords have already captured the public’s imagination and led to tangible product offerings.

The first one is ‘big data’, typically used to describe extremely large sets of data records that would be difficult and cost-prohibitive to store and process with traditional methods. For years, CSPs have collected network, service, handset/device and customer related data. Due to cost and complexity, this information was typically incomplete, used in departmental silos and discarded after a short period of time. The advent of big data facilitates a new paradigm.

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Topics: Revenue growth, Business Transformation, M2M, IoT, Big Data, Smart World, Analytics, Internet of Things

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