Chesterfield, MO, United States
Chesterfield, MO, United States

Amdocs is a provider of software and services to more than 250 communications, media and entertainment service providers in more than 80 countries. Its CES span business support systems , operational support systems and network control and optimization offerings for multiple lines of business, including wireless, wireline, broadband, cable and satellite services. Amdocs' services include business consulting, managed services, systems integration, project delivery and testing. The company also offers advertising and media products and services for local marketing service providers, including directory publishers. These offerings enable the management of media selling, fulfillment, operations, consumer experiences and financial processes across digital and print media.Amdocs maintains offices on 6 continents with support and development centers located worldwide, including Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, India, Ireland, Israel and the USA. Wikipedia.


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A system, method, and computer program product are provided for calculating a customer value for communication service provider customers for network optimization and planning. In use, at least one customer of a communication service provider (CSP) is identified. The customer is identified to calculate a current customer value of the customer to the communication service provider. Additionally, a current location of the customer is identified based on a determined current location of a user device being utilized by the customer. Further, information associated with a current service being utilized by the customer on the user device being utilized by the customer is identified. Moreover, the current customer value of the customer to the communication service provider is calculated based on at least the current location of the customer and the current service being utilized by the customer.


A system, method, and computer program product are provided for augmenting a physical network system utilizing a network function virtualization orchestrator (NFV-O). In use, data traffic is monitored utilizing a Network Function Virtualization Orchestrator (NFV-O) module associated with at least a portion of a physical network system, the NFV-0 module being operable to manage data flow associated with one or more Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) and one or more physical elements of the physical network system. Additionally, it is determined whether flow of the data traffic should be modified based on at least one of a traffic load or a traffic type utilizing the NFV-O module integrated in the physical network system. Further, at least a portion of the data traffic is directed front at least one of the physical elements to at least one of the VNFs when it is determined that the flow of the data traffic should be modified.


The invention relates to a method for synchronizing an action in a piece of Rich Media content with a change in a piece of audiovisual content, said Rich Media and audiovisual content being part of a Rich Media presentation. According to the invention, the method comprises the following steps: obtaining a piece of information representative of said change in said piece of audiovisual content, or change information; synchronizing an action in said piece of Rich Media content with said change, said synchronization step including the following substeps: converting said change information into a Rich Media event; detecting said event by at least one Rich Media object of said presentation; triggering said action in said presentation on the basis of said detected event.


Methods and systems for utilizing a database are disclosed. The methods and systems determine a key representative of a storage location of first RDF data in a NoSQL database. In addition, the methods and systems read the first RDF data in the NoSQL database using the key. The methods and systems also write second RDF data derived from the first RDF data into a second database stored in memory. The methods and systems may also modify the second RDF data, and write third RDF data derived from the modified second RDF data into the NoSQL database.


According to one aspect of the present invention there is provided a system, method, and computer program product for communicating information in a communication network using network function virtualization (NFV-based communication network), the method including: sending a communication from a first entity of the NFV-based communication network, the first entity being a sender, and receiving the communication by a second entity of the NFV-based communication network, the second entity being a receiver, where the communication includes: an identification of the sender of the communication, and an identification of the receiver of the communication, an identification of a function associated with the NFV-based communication network, and an authorization associating one or more of the sender and the receiver with the function.


The invention relates to a method for synchronizing an action in a piece of Rich Media content with a change in a piece of audiovisual content, said Rich Media and audiovisual content being part of a Rich Media presentation. According to the invention, the method comprises the following steps: obtaining a piece of information representative of said change in said piece of audiovisual content, or change information; synchronizing an action in said piece of Rich Media content with said change, said synchronization step including the following substeps: converting said change information into a Rich Media event; detecting said event by at least one Rich Media object of said presentation; triggering said action in said presentation on the basis of said detected event.


Data-driven rules are eliminated from an application, and replaced with goal-driven rules that formally and completely characterize high-level business concepts, while enabling the resulting goal-driven rules to be executed eagerly using a forward chaining rule engine in a way that preserves the data-driven behavior of the original rules. A computer-implemented method for executing business rules provides a unified rule that encapsulates a goal-oriented rule with triggering information selected from dependencies of the goal-oriented rule. The unified rule may be eagerly executed in response to changes in data specified by the dependencies, or lazily executed in response to a request for the value computed by the rule.


The PCRF Selection Function selects the PCRF for an IP-CAN session. In embodiments, the PCRF Selection Function is located in the HSS and/or the 3GPP AAA server. The PCRF Selection Function is only required to be located in the HSS if a Bearer Binding and Event Reporting Function (BBERF) is deployed in the serving gateway. In this case, the PCRF selection takes place at the time that the PDN Gateway is selected and returned by the HSS to the serving gateway over the HSS to MME interface (S6a).


A system, method, and computer program product are provided for augmenting a physical network system utilizing a network function virtualization orchestrator (NFV-O). In use, data traffic is monitored utilizing a Network Function Virtualization Orchestrator (NFV-O) module associated with at least a portion of a physical network system, the NFV-O module being operable to manage data flow associated with one or more Virtual Network Functions (VNFs) and one or more physical elements of the physical network system. Additionally, it is determined whether flow of the data traffic should be modified based on at least one of a traffic load or a traffic type utilizing the NFV-O module integrated in the physical network system. Further, at least a portion of the data traffic is directed from at least one of the physical elements to at least one of the VNFs when it is determined that the flow of the data traffic should be modified.


Patent
Amdocs | Date: 2016-06-06

A system and method for provisioning one or more value added services to a postpaid/prepaid mobile account and/or a postpaid/prepaid mobile device using a wireless communication device as a point-of-sale device, is disclosed.

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