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Inceptum strengthens its presence in North America

Inceptum, an umbrella OSS and NMS software vendor, has announced that it has opened and started the operation of its representative office in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
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UMBOSS version 2.12.0 now available

Check out a brief summary of the newest updates in UMBOSS 2.12.0, released on November 12, 2021
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Inceptum presenting at Lintas Teknologi 20ultions Day 2021

Join us on Tuesday, November 23 for this annual one-day online conference.
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Inceptum Attending Africa Tech Festival 2021

Wondering about the emerging business models and new technologies shaping African telecommunications? See you online!
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Inceptum attending Broadband World Forum (BBWF) 2021 in Amsterdam

We’re looking forward to 3 days of face to face networking. Come and meet us at stand #A11A in Amsterdam, where we’ll be talking about telecoms OSS/BSS, network monitoring, and data center operations.
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How to establish a NOC (network operations center) in your data center

Business is booming for data center providers. Those that set up a full-blown central NOC to manage and monitor data center equipment can expect continued success. Here's what you need to know.
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Inceptum Attending TM Forum’s DTW 2021

We are attending TM Forum's Digital Transformation World Series 2021 to meet new partners that share our passion for OSS solutions that improve daily network and data center operations.
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Lintas Teknologi Indonesia and Inceptum extending partnership

Lintas Teknologi Indonesia and Inceptum extend their partnership to a new level, bringing more value to customers in Indonesia using unified network management solutions with UMBOSS.
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UMBOSS version 2.9.0 now available

We’re constantly working on improving your UMBOSS experience! Released on Aug 26, 2021, check out the summary of the official release notes of UMBOSS 2.9.0.
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Taking the first step towards digital transformation

Digital transformation projects can have different goals but what they often lack is a good understanding of the current state of processes or systems. Sound familiar?