DIETZENBACH, GERMANY, May 11, 2017 – Dimetis (www.dimetis.com), a leading software developer of Operations Support Systems (OSS) and broadcast solutions, today announced it will be exhibiting and demonstrating the new OpsNGN OSS Orchestration platform at the TM Forum Live! show, held May 15- 18, 2017 in Nice, France (booth# 210).

Dimetis OpsNGN is a carrier-grade, fluid next generation OSS orchestration platform for hybrid networks supporting legacy, Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualized (NFV). Using Dynamic Inventory, OpsNGN provides Communication Service Providers (CSPs) with service and network agility, life cycle service automation (including deploy, scale, heal and terminate), service assurance, and the power to scale up and out in a multi-vendor environment.

The 2017 TM Forum Live! conference provides a blue-print for digital transformation success through the adoption of industry best-practices and expects 3,000 attendees from 95 countries and 280 speakers.

About TM Forum

The TM Forum is a non-profit member organization that helps CSPs and their suppliers to digitally transform and thrive in the digital era. They do this by providing an open, collaborative environment and practical support which enables CSPs and suppliers to rapidly transform their business operations, IT systems and ecosystems to capitalize on the opportunities presented in a rapidly evolving digital world. For more information please visit www.tmforum.org.

About Dimetis

Dimetis is a leading company in managing broadcast and hybrid networks over the last 25 years with various projects in the telecom and broadcast OSS domains. Dimetis global installed base of customers include such operators as AT&T, A1 Telekom (former Telekom Austria), AboveNet, GlobeCast France, Hibernia (USA & Europe), Telstra Australia, and Telenor Norkring Norway.

Dimetis is a member of the TMF, IETF, ETSI NFV, EBU bodies, which are dedicated to defining functional requirements and standards for the next generation networks and emerging architectures.

For more information please visit www.dimetis.com, Twitter: @Dimetis or LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/dimetis