Ocean Service Platform

Ocean Services Platform

Data and communications systems have become much more flexible and open, enabling vendors to provide a variety of product and services to their high-value customers. They are also able to deliver a host of compelling digital experiences to keep existing customers loyal. In the current digital economy, buyers have much more power and to be competitive, vendors must respond quickly to their customers’ changing desires. If you can’t say yes to all the demands of your customers, they will defect to your competitors that can.
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The Telsis Ocean Services Platform (OSP) allows operators adapt to their changing business environment. The OSP is a flexible service delivery toolkit that is the brain of many operator networks, a kind of Swiss Army Knife for operators and their integrators.

The NFV-ready platform is built around an open architecture, allowing it to work with all the primary infrastructure providers. This makes integrating back-end databases and third-party service such as Salesforce, Bullhorn, DropBox or Evernote very straightforward.

The creation of new services is also very simple on the platform. The OSP has a graphical interface, Map Studio, which enables non-technical business personnel to quickly create new services. Java developers can create new service elements or Node Types that become part of the OSP Map studio. To create a new service, business people just need to join nodes together and configure them in the studio. The new service is then compiled into a new service that can be deployed and used immediately.

All of these services run in a safe telephony service environment – bugs in one service cannot affect calls to other services.

The Ocean Services Platform is:

  • Flexible – Change is the only constant. The OSP integrates with legacy and next-generation telephony systems as well as backend databases and third party services.
  • Scalable – The OSP is be able to grow as its services become increasingly vital.
  • Resilient – Great services are only useful if they are available and poor service will drive away customers. The OSP is fault-tolerant and redundant.
  • Easy to use – OSP allows non-technical people to create new services to serve specific niches and address competitive pressures.
  • Proven – The OSP is proven in many networks, operating alongside disparate systems and utilising multiple protocols.
  • Open – Flexibility is a competitive advantage so operators need to be sure they are not locked into a single vendor and can access data from a variety of sources.

The Ocean Services Platform supports a wide range of different services. Examples of such services include:

  • Core network services
  • Specialised phone numbers and call routing
  • Called party pays services
  • Anti-fraid and call screening services
  • SIP registration services
  • Metadata analysis

Legacy network integration – bridging legacy and next generation networks.