Norlys expands wholesale business with new launch on Cerillion

Cerillion has announced a significant step in the successful deployment of its Enterprise BSS/OSS suite at Norlys in Denmark, enabling Norlys to expand its market reach through connectivity into the country’s open access wholesale platform. The Cerillion solution automates service fulfilment for new fibre services, enabling Norlys to seamlessly grow its addressable market as it invests in further network rollouts.

As an infrastructure owner with fibre to more than 700,000 homes, connecting into the national wholesale platform provided by OpenNet makes the Norlys fibre network accessible to other Danish service providers through a standardised wholesale gateway. 

Cerillion plc (LON:CER) is a leading provider of billing, charging and customer management systems with more than 20 years’ experience delivering its solutions across a broad range of industries including the telecommunications, finance, utilities and transportation sectors.

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