Ocean Services Platform
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-fraud and call screening services
- SIP registration services
- Metadata analysis
Legacy network integration – bridging legacy and next generation networks.