Monetization: The Long Game for Network Operators

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Existing (legacy) systems cannot address the operations, orchestration and monetization requirements that the above-listed transformational initiatives bring to bear. New systems are the ultimate answer, but addressing the “legacy gap” left by existing systems cannot come from a mandate to rip and replace. Installed networks continue to rely on the legacy systems and business process environment to support customers. Besides, the time-to-market “tax” to make a bulk systems change-out is too great. A copasetic hybrid approach to the operations and monetization systems enhancement challenge is sorely needed, as long as hybrid networks are in use. This report outlines the current state of the legacy CSP sy

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Monetization: The Long Game for Network OperatorsSPIE 2017 #27 - August 4/2017IntroductionWhat CSPs do Well: Still an Enviable PositionHistorical Taxonomy of CSP Support Systems and ProcessesDigital Transformation and Virtual Services Are the Next ChallengeA Partner Ecosystem for VNF License ManagementThe Customer Demand Challenge - Complexity is WinningStratecast - The Last WordAbout ODAMAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan

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