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Farsta, Sweden, 2010/07/13 - Polystar OSIX, a leading supplier of OSS/BSS solutions, today announced its participation in Next Generation Telecoms Latin America Summit 2010, taking place in Mexico on 18 – 20 October.
Senior level Polystar executives will be attending this highly focused event to conduct dialogues with network operators and service providers and examine their technology needs and management objectives, in the course of one-to-one business solution briefings, and continue the ongoing co-operation with their peers.
Mr Stefan Eklund, Senior VP Sales at Polystar, and Mr Clairton Fernandes, Regional Sales Director will highlight benefits of Polystar’s innovative visualisation tool Jupiter and the market-leading legacy OSS solutions, illustrate the importance of end-to-end monitoring across all network types, be it fixed, mobile, IMS, VoIP or LTE, and specify the advantages, gained from the real-time visibility of the overall network quality, as well as the individual services carried over the networks.
Join us at Next Generation Telecoms Latin America Summit 2010 to learn how Polystar can help you address your immediate technical needs and future business challenges.
About Polystar OSIX
Polystar (polystar.com) is a leading telecommunications supplier, providing world-class telecommunications market solutions for maximising network performance, as well as tools that help operators provide the best possible customer experience. With the Polystar portfolio of monitoring and analysis tools, an operator can meet market change and focus sharply on service, as well as the customer experience. Today, many multinational telecom operators use our Customer Assurance and Service Assurance solutions to get real-time visibility of network quality and customer experience—with the ultimate aim of maximising long-term customer loyalty.
Since its founding in Stockholm in 1983, Polystar has experienced a streak of unbroken profitability and grown to a global presence with more than 100 customers in over 50 countries.