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Diego Becker

Vice President for the Region

CALA

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CANTO Caribbean portal

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Finnish operations support system (OSS) provider Comptel Corporation has added two new customers in Latin America this year - in Colombia and Brazil - and is expecting to add at least two more before year-end, company VP for the CALA region Diego Becker told BNamericas.
"Fulfillment for FTTX is one of the hottest topics and one of the areas where we're seeing a lot of potential growth for 2012," Becker said, adding that operators are consolidating their fixed and mobile networks to offer a single telecoms offering and brand. "I think fulfillment will be one of the key issues next year. It will drive a lot of cost reductions. There is a lot of room for growth for new services, for better performance in time-to-market and consolidation of capital," Becker said. Becker sees the largest growth coming from Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and Peru, as well as some growth in Venezuela. Brazil offers major opportunities due to the national broadband plan, as do Paraguay and Colombia, where the governments also have national broadband plans. While large companies like Ericsson (Nasdaq: ERIC) and Oracle (Nasdaq: ORCL) compete with Comptel, Becker believes the Finnish company's focus on fulfillment and charging provides a flexible and appealing alternative.


Compelling Conversations on OSS » Blog Archive » Mobile World Congress, Day 2: Busy in Barcelona

comptelblog.com [cached]

CALA vice president Diego Becker sat down for a few minutes to record a video interview with TeleSemana.
In the following Spanish language clip, he discusses our commissioned research showing that consumers are willing to pay extra for a higher quality of experience (QoE) and greater service personalization, as well as how policy control is becoming essential for communications service providers to offer differentiated, convergent broadband services and guarantee that QoE.


Compelling Conversations on OSS » 2011 » February

comptelblog.com [cached]

CALA vice president Diego Becker sat down for a few minutes to record a video interview with TeleSemana.
In the following Spanish language clip, he discusses our commissioned research showing that consumers are willing to pay extra for a higher quality of experience (QoE) and greater service personalization, as well as how policy control is becoming essential for communications service providers to offer differentiated, convergent broadband services and guarantee that QoE.


The Dynamics of OSS » Mobile World Congress

comptelblog.com [cached]

Posted: March 3rd, 2011 | Author:Diego Becker | Filed under:Events | Tags:CALA, cloud, Mobile World Congress, policy control | 1 Comment »
CALA vice president Diego Becker sat down for a few minutes to record a video interview with TeleSemana. In the following Spanish language clip, he discusses our commissioned research showing that consumers are willing to pay extra for a higher quality of experience (QoE) and greater service personalization, as well as how policy control is becoming essential for communications service providers to offer differentiated, convergent broadband services and guarantee that QoE.


comptelblog.com

Posted: March 3rd, 2011 | Author:Diego Becker | Filed under:Events | Tags:CALA, cloud, Mobile World Congress, policy control | No Comments »
CALA vice president Diego Becker sat down for a few minutes to record a video interview with TeleSemana. In the following Spanish language clip, he discusses our commissioned research showing that consumers are willing to pay extra for a higher quality of experience (QoE) and greater service personalization, as well as how policy control is becoming essential for communications service providers to offer differentiated, convergent broadband services and guarantee that QoE.


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