MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS 2019

25 – 28 February 2019 Barcelona, Spain
Join Mavenir at Mobile World Congress Barcelona, taking place February 25-29, 2019.

In the 5G era, network economics are changing, and the mobile industry is reaching a tipping point. Mobile operators are looking for solutions to meet surging bandwidth demand, compete with web-scale rivals and prepare for a 5G future.

At Mavenir, the industry’s only 100% software, end-to-end, cloud-native Network Software Provider, we’re uniquely positioned to transform network economics for CSPs with revenue generation, cost reduction, and revenue protection strategies. Mavenir is committed to a cloud-centric approach across its end-to-end 5G portfolio with vRAN, vEPC, vIMS, RCS Business Messaging, Security and other critical solutions.


At Booth 6D40, Mavenir will feature demos which may include:

Virtualized RAN
Mavenir’s innovative Virtualized RAN (vRAN) solution, designed to address cost reduction with Split 7.2 and Multiple DUs connected to CU. Read More

vEPC and 5G Core
The highly scalable and nimble virtualized EPC that can adapt to a range of emerging 4G LTE deployment use cases and natively 5G ready. Read More

Network Slicing
With Mavenir’s CloudRange™, operators can take advantage of radio slicing for enterprise, IoT or other specific use cases. Read More

RCS Business Messaging
A2P/P2A business communications over RCS with chatbots and Ad Sponsored Messaging, and including both the user experience and the MaaP administration portal. Read More

Visit booth 6D40 at Mobile World Congress to learn more!


AWS MWC PARTNER SOLUTION SPEAKER SERIES

Leveraging Public Clouds to Transform CSPs’ Operating Economics

Kuntal Chowdhury
SVP of Strategic Alliances

Wednesday, 27 Feb 10:00 – 11:00

CC1.3 in the South Building Hall directly across from the
AWS Meeting Pods

Description: The surge in data usage precipitated by advanced LTE, 5G, a geometric increase in video traffic and newer applications such as driverless cars, VR and AR, are forcing mobile operators to provision new capacity, and scale it up and down dynamically with very short setup time. Conventional data center driven installation of core telecom services such as EPC, IMS, SBC require HW and SW capacity planning well in advance of operations, locking up CAPEX and increasing OPEX while reducing business flexibility. An effective way to resolve this operator’s dilemma is to move core telecom functions to the Cloud. We will share how Mavenir, a leader in virtualized telecom infrastructure such as NFV, Cloud RAN, has teamed up with AWS and successfully implemented its solutions in AWS Cloud.


RECEPTION

Join Mavenir for Happy Hour
25-28 Feb, 16:00 – 17:30

Mavenir Booth – 6D40

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    SPEAKER SESSIONS

    Carlos Aragon
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    GSMA RCS Business Messaging Awareness Lab
    24 February 2019, 10:00

    Pullman Barcelona Skipper Hotel

    Attending a GSMA RCS Business Messaging Lab will allow you to contribute to the future of business messaging. From designing the customer experience to informing the GSMA standards, your contribution will ensure an open ecosystem that works together to realize the value estimated by 2020 of $74 billion. Networking is a major part of the Lab series, and individuals have made important connections at the Labs they have gone on to work with.

    Bejoy Pankajakshan
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    Monetizing RCS through Innovation on Cloud Native Network
    25 February 2019, 13:30

    Rakuten Booth, Hall 4, Booth 4A10

    John Baker
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    How Intelligent Connectivity Applies to Enterprise LTE
    27 February 2019, 16:00

    Hall 4 – Auditorium 3

    Description: While heavy industry and manufacturing gain a great deal of attention from ‘Industry 4.0’ conversations, the principles of creating data and converting it to actionable intelligence have a plethora of applications to every business. Improving the productivity, creativity, and enthusiasm of your workforce; taking a fresh view of the business’ costs; making data easier to action, and simplifying repetitive processes all have the potential to make material changes to the bottom line without radical and disruptive change. Join John Baker in this case-study driven session to examine how intelligent connectivity can apply beyond heavy industry.