Virtualized Evolved Packet Core (EPC) for Data and Voice Services
Mavenir's Virtualized Evolved Packet Core (EPC), is specifically designed to optimize the deployment of data and voice services. Mavenir’s EPC is a software-based, carrier grade solution that can be deployed on cloud-based infrastructures using Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) to rapidly scale capacity and adapt to new deployment models. | Read more
Unified Access Gateway for Converged Access to IMS
Mavenir’s UAG enables IMS to become the mobile operators’ single, consolidated core network providing communication and mobility services across all access domains. Includes Mavenir's Session Border Controller (SBC) and WebRTC Gateway. | Read more
Mavenir Brings Virtualized IMS Solutions for VoLTE and RCS to Mobile Operator Core Networks
Mavenir's Virtualized IMS Solutions for 4G core networks, including VoLTE & RCS 5, based on the mOne® Convergence Platform. Leading Tier-1 operators in Europe are currently rolling out Mavenir's Virtualized IMS technology as part of their VoLTE / IMS rollouts. | Read more
Cisco Evolved Services Platform: OPEN for business
In the announcement of the Cisco Evolved Services Platform last week, we not only highlighted our initial service offers in mobility and video and the business benefits it enables, but also that it was open, extensible and elastic. And on the first day of our largest tradeshow of the year, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, we are pleased to highlight that Mavenir is endorsing our approach. Read more...
Verizon Wireless Eyes 4G Voice Over LTE Rollout
Verizon Wireless is about to change its 4G playbook. So far, its aim has been to whisk data at superfast speed to mobile devices. But in 2014, Verizon says, customers will start making voice calls over its new 4G LTE network. Read more...
U.S. operators plan to launch VoLTE soon, but benefits to users are unclear
All of the nation's Tier 1 U.S. carriers have indicated they will probably launch Voice over LTE technology in the near future. However, it's unclear exactly what that launch will mean for actual wireless users. Read more...
NFV and SDN will boost Mobile Virtualization
Operators are hustling to implement IT-based improvements that will help them reduce network capex and opex, and as a result ABI Research expects spending on virtualization of mobile networks will reach nearly $6 billion by 2018.
MetroPCS backs RCS
MetroPCS wants Over-The-Top (OTT) players to come on board with Rich Communication Services (RCS). .
“I invite OTT players to adopt RCS. It is possible to do that. RCS is a collection of existing standards. There is no room for proprietary protocols,” said Solyman Ashrafi, MetroPCS’ VP product management, during a session at Wednesday’s Mobile Asia conference.
The reason proprietary protocols had originally emerged was “because RCS was not around,” he said.
Generally, Ashrafi said MetroPCS wanted to strike a healthy medium between OTT players and the operator community. OTT players want to “sacrifice standardisation for agility”. For operators it is the other way round, he said.
MetroPCS has been one of the leaders in the RCS sector. Last year, the operator launched joyn, the RCS-based service backed by the GSMA, with Mavenir. Read more...