Sterlite Tech says it is showcasing end-to-end telecom solutions at MWC17, including a smart city solution, fiber-optic gear and an Elitecore BSS platform tailored for digital commerce and customer management.
Sterlite Tech’s smart city solution – which has already been deployed for smart services city in India – allows the convergence of multiple applications on to a single fiber network, resulting in better optimization of investments. For example, a city can have single infrastructure instead of separate projects for “fiberization” of government offices, management of traffic light and security cameras, Wi-Fi in the city center and residential high-speed internet.
The Elitecore BSS with its Digital Commerce and Customer Management Platform (DCCM) is tailored for telcos and designed to digitize all business processes via every touch point, channel and device. It is customized to suit the operators’ e-commerce needs, offering complete selling, marketing, monetization, revenue management, billing and self-care capabilities.
Sterlite Tech is also showcasing its fiber connectivity and management solutions that the company says allows faster time to market and ease of adding components into the network in future. The company’s product portfolio includes optical fibers, cables and highrise/MDU swift passive solution kits.
While the solutions are focused on different parts of the network, they add up to a bigger picture of end-to-end solutions with fiber as the backbone, said Ankit Agarwal, global head of Sales and New Ventures at Sterlite Technologies.
“As an end-to-end solution provider, our smarter network capabilities have fiber connectivity as the backbone, which can offer network convergence of multiple services with OSS/BSS offering customer management and monetization capabilities within a single access network,” he said. “Through such network convergence, we can deliver a wider range of services, adopt new business models, offer innovative services and enter new markets.”