Voice over LTE provides drastic cost savings and enables new IP services such as video calling, multi device, single number and multimedia sharing services across mobile broadband devices. Mobile operators are also increasingly relying on Wi-Fi as a means to offload congested cellular networks.
Pre-Integrated Network Services is a bundle of carrier-grade software functions that allows operators to increase revenue by rapidly launching a separate network slice for a specific user community. Operators with existing networks can use it to launch new offerings without disturbing their current network.
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.
Messaging as a Platform enables the vast potential of connecting third party businesses and messaging users with a wide range of services such as chatbots, plugins, artificial intelligence and other industrial applications.
VimpelCom-backed Beeline Russia has announced that it has enlisted Mavenir to collaborate on the joint development of its network, and in particular the modernisation of its IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) platform. The cooperation envisages the development of voice-over-LTE (VoLTE), and potentially voice-over-Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) technology – depending on the level of commercial demand.
Several more prominent members of the communications industry have joined the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP) Project, which is leading a swelling parade toward a harmonized approach to software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV).