Integrating SON Functionalities into the Complex OSS World

The self-organizing networks model has already become an essential part of mobile network operators’ (MNO) operational support systems (OSS). Using human engineering skills to manage networks ended with the introduction of 4G technologies, and full manual management of telecom networks is now simply impossible.

An SON can change the states of network elements up to once every 15 minutes, so planning tools, which prepare their operations at the same time, simply can’t keep up.

To keep OSS applications running in an ecosystem disrupted by SON, mobile operators need a solution that will provide full synchronization between the two.

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