The telecom ecosystem in the MENA region is very diverse in that while many countries are striving to deploy the latest network innovations, many less mature markets are struggling to keep up. Telecom Review sat down with Mavenir’s head of region in Dubai, Mark Charman, to gain some insight into the latest 5G innovations, trends and developments in the region, specifically in the UAE.
The benefits of turning to NFV for delivering messaging services
Expected to generate around $113 billion in 2019, messaging continues to be a major source of revenue for Communications Service Providers (CSPs), despite the threat to the market from over-the-top provider (OTT) services and cloud-based freemium solutions.
Mavenir’s Multi-ID brings the experience of email to the telecom world.
Today, more than 30 million Americans carry at least two devices—paying for those devices, at least two plans and at least two times the carrier network access fees – costing $10 billion every year. This problem is particularly painful for professionals and business owners who juggle work and personal devices all throughout the day. Some “over the top” solutions have filled the void using VoIP techniques (e.g.
Although enterprise communication technology has come a long way since its inception, today's unified communications and collaboration (UCC) solutions focus primarily on wireline-centric solutions that are underserving a predominantly mobile workforce. With businesses going global, spanning multiple geographies and time zones, the trend of working on-the-go has become a reality for most professionals, intensifying the need to rethink the way we use communications in the workplace.
Best Mobile Innovation for Emerging Markets with Unique Sponsored Data Rewards Platform
BARCELONA, SPAIN – February 28, 2019: Mavenir, the world’s #1 messaging provider and the industry’s only end-to-end Cloud Native network solutions provider, is delighted to announce that the Mavenir Aquto Sponsored Data Rewards Platform<
RICHARDSON, TX – March 20, 2017: Mavenir, the global leaders in software-defined infrastructure solutions with a world-leading installed base of advanced messaging solutions that support more than 3.5 billions of subscribers across 350 operators, today announced the launch of its cloud-based Rich Communication Services (RCS) Platform and Hub, further expanding its globally deployed suite of flagship RCS solutions that support tens of millions of subscribers worldwide.
Rich Communication Services (RCS) is the new messaging type introduced by Telstra Messaging. RCS is an internationally recognised standard for carrier messaging and it is Telstra’s aim that as other domestic carriers launch RCS, Telstra will interwork with their services in the same way as SMS & MMS.
Continuing the Un-carrier’s summer celebration with a second announcement, today, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) Chief Operating Officer Mike Sievert revealed in a video blog that DIGITS is launching Wednesday, May 31. DIGITS is a revolutionary new technology that breaks down the limitation of one number per phone and one phone per number.
If OTT messaging services, such as iMessage, Snapchat and WhatsApp represent the messaging systems of choice for consumers today, then what’s next? The telecoms industry is dealing with constant revolution making innovation no longer just an option, but a necessity.