Meet Amartus at SATELLITE 2022

Amartus will attend the SATELLITE 2022 show taking place at Walter E. Washington Convention Center Washington, DC, on March 21-24. We will be there to promote our ideas of telecommunication ecosystem alignment.

Amartus has spent years working with Terrestrial Service Providers to orchestrate their networking and cloud infrastructure. Nowadays we are bringing that expertise to LEO/MEO operators, helping them to realize vendor unlocking, automate operations and business relationships.

OSS/BSS Stack Digital Transformation
Our portfolio of OSS/BSS digital transformation services streamlines the adaptation of new open technologies, processes automation, and orchestration of network and cloud infrastructure. The services include:

  • Digital Transformation Strategy
  • Network & Cloud Orchestration Architecture
  • Toolkit selection
  • MEF and TM Forum standards leadership, APIs and data models
  • DevOps and software development

Partners Ecosystem Automated
With Amartus MEO/LEO operators are also able to create a partners ecosystem automated based on our nBrace software for inter-provider service automation and partner onboarding and inter-op testing.

Engaging with Amartus will let satellite companies and their customers:

  • Reduce time-to-market for introducing new offerings
  • Accelerate establishing connectivity services for your customers
  • Automate service quality and performance management

This is what we are going to talk about with our other participants of the SATELLITE 2022 show. We will be having a busy schedule there, full of meetings where we will be sharing our unique expertise. If you are interested in this topic, let’s meet and discuss it! Click here to arrange a meeting.

The SATELLITE show is universally recognized as the world’s most critical and inclusive social gathering of space and satellite thought leaders. Executives, engineers, government officials, and commercial customers convene at SATELLITE to solve global challenges, bridge the digital divide, increase access to space, cultivate new innovation and future leadership, collaborate on policy, and network with colleagues and peers.