Greg Tilton at the Huawei Southern Pacific Telco IT Industry Summit – Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
The FTTx OSS Alliance led by Huawei had its inaugural meeting during the Southern Pacific Telco IT Industry Summit held in Kuala Lumpur, on March 31st 2016.
Greg Tilton represented DGIT Systems at the Alliance and provided a sneak preview to delegates attending the summit of Fibre as a Service (FaaS) and the API Simulator project which is supporting Fibre as a Service. FaaS is an FTTH Council initiative and the supporting API Simulator is a collaboration between the TMForum and the FTTH Council for Asia Pacific. DGIT Systems has provided their award winning Telflow software as the API simulator platform.
The API Simulator is to be officially unveiled in May 2016 as a catalyst project at TMForum Live! in Nice, France and then again one week later at the annual FTTH conference in Bangkok,Thailand.
“Huawei was fabulous as a host of an enjoyable conference. I’m excited to see our Fibre as a Service concept come to life. Fibre network operators now have an easier path to revenue where FaaS provides a path to monetize at the API and at the customer interface.” said Peter Macaulay, President of FTTH Council for Asia-Pacific.
About DGIT System:
DGIT Systems is the home of Telflow, the configurable fulfilment system for new Digital Service Providers and the fibre infrastructure operators they partner with. Built on latest IT Technology, Telflow is TMForum Conformance Certified and won a 2015 Excellence Award. Originally from Australia, DGIT Systems now operates a global partner program. In addition to being a market leader in B2B and APIs, Telflow software is catalog-driven and highly configurable service order manager that allows Service Providers to set up products and visually build processes, thus reducing time to market.
Huawei is a global leader of ICT solutions. Continuously innovating based on customer needs, Huawei is committed to enhancing customer experiences and creating maximum value for telecom carriers, enterprises, and consumers. Huawei’s telecom network equipment, IT products and solutions, and smart devices are used in 170 countries and regions.
About FTTH Council for Asia Pacific:
The FTTH Council Asia-Pacific is a non-profit organization established in 2005. The organization is building on the success of its sister organizations in the US and Europe to educate the industry and the general public on the opportunities and benefits of FTTH solutions. FTTH Council Asia-Pacific members represent all areas of broadband industries, including telecommunications, computing, networking, system integration, engineering and content-provider companies, as well as traditional telecommunications service providers, utilities and municipalities.