Astellia, leading provider of network and subscriber intelligence for mobile operators, announced that it has signed a bi-lateral agreement for Operations Support System Interoperability Initiative (OSSii) with Nokia.

The OSSii aims to simplify interoperability between OSS systems in a multi-vendor environment. OSSii will provide easy access to interfaces that earlier were subject to restricted use, and will enable interoperability testing services to a wider industry community. The parties' general guiding principles for the OSSii are openness, fairness, reasonableness and non-discriminatory treatment.

Astellia is providing significant value to its customers by correlating probe-based data with network vendor's call traces to identify low-performing network elements, measure device impact on the network, benchmark handsets, analyze application usage and understand customer mobility through advanced geolocation algorithms.

"The signed contract allows us to ensure advanced compatibility of Astellia solutions with Nokia infrastructure equipment. By this license agreement, Nokia grants the access to interoperability tests specifications, and release plans on a selected scope," confirms Roberto Garcia, director of Network Optimization product unit at Astellia.

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