Not so long ago, nobody would have predicted that businesses could move away from WiFi and DAS technologies for their private wireless networks. That was before Enterprise LTE. With the ongoing densification of mobile networks, the lower-cost availability of small cells, and new ‘white-label’ offerings from mobile network operators (MNOs), private LTE networks have become a viable solution for businesses.
Enterprises can Build their own LTE Networks
RICHARDSON, TX & RALEIGH, NC – February 21, 2018: Mavenir, focused on transforming mobile network economics for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), and Ensemble, a Division of ADVA Optical Networking, the leader in Edge NFV solutions have partnered to provide a complete end-to-end solution for Enterprise LTE.
Nobody else provides a vEPC with the scalability and flexibility of Mavenir’s. Not even close. With 3G and 4G networks, the ability to scale up was an important capability for an EPC. But Mavenir recognizes that scaling a vEPC down to just 4 or 6 cores, along with a vBBU, opens the door to all kinds of revenue-generating use cases today and in the future with 5G.
Enables Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and enterprises to reduce costs and drive new revenue streams
RICHARDSON, TX – February 22, 2018: Mavenir, a leader in mobile network transformation, today announced its collaboration with Dell EMC OEM Solutions to deliver a broad range of solutions for Communications Service Providers (CSPs) and enterprises covering 5G, Virtualized RAN,
One of the leading enterprise opportunities for MNOs lies in the communications and collaboration space. There are two distinct options to deliver those services: on-premises software or software as a service. These options provide a similar, if not identical, user experience but represent different deployment models and cost structures.
Dozens of companies have asked the Federal Communications Commission for special temporary authority (STA) to conduct testing in the CBRS band over the last few years. Here are some of the STA permissions granted by the FCC in 2018 for testing CBRS: