The Danish CSP Norlys – which resulted from the merger of SE and Eniig – has announced a significant step in its deployment of Cerillion’s Enterprise BSS/OSS suite which has now enabled it to automate service fulfilment for its fibre network.
Norlys currently passes 700,000 homes in Denmark which are now accessible to other Danish service providers due to its connection to OpenNet, Denmark’s national wholesale platform. The new solution is also helping Norlys grow its business by operating the networks of other infrastructure owners – a recent example being the agreement with Thy-Mors Energi.
Magnus Just Olesen, VP of network planning at Norlys explained that automating fulfilment for his company’s fibre business had created a “highly scalable” business model which allowed it to focus on further network expansion. He commented that Cerillion “actively contributes [to this] with their telco expertise”.
Cerillion’s CEO Louis Hall noted the structural separation of infrastructure owners from service providers has put Denmark at the forefront of the fibre broadband industry. “Norlys is at the leading edge of this revolution, and we’re delighted to be helping them grow their business with our digital BSS/OSS solutions,” he said.