|By Business Wire||
|June 24, 2014 07:30 PM EDT||
Mavenir Systems (NYSE: MVNR), a leading provider of virtualized software-based network solutions for mobile services, today announced that it won the NFV Innovation of the Year award, for its virtualized RCS solution at the LTE World Summit, taking place June 23-25, 2014, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Ian Maclean, Vice President, Strategy and Marketing, also spoke at the event where he addressed service innovation, the growth of VoLTE and how it is opens the door for operators to add new 4G LTE based-services such as HD Voice, Wi-Fi calling and other rich communications. He shared insight gained from Mavenir’s extensive experience transforming mobile operator networks to 4G LTE and commercially deploying new services such as VoLTE and Rich Communication Services (RCS).
“Mobile operators look to Mavenir to support them with the deployment of virtualized solutions that reduce network complexity and cost while building capacity and adding flexibility to a network,” said Maclean. “Mavenir's virtualized portfolio of software solutions leverage Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) to optimally scale and deploy on mobile operator cloud-based infrastructure and provide a seamless evolution path to NFV architectures.”
Mavenir has a virtualized portfolio of solutions that can run on industry standard COTS servers today, and has a worldwide presence in over 120 mobile networks reaching over 2 billion subscribers.
Mavenir Systems (NYSE: MVNR) provides software-based networking
solutions that enable mobile service providers to deliver next
generation services over 4G LTE networks. Mavenir™ has a fully
virtualized end to end portfolio of Voice/Video, Messaging and Mobile
Core products that include IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), Evolved Packet
Core (EPC) and Session Border Controller (SBC). Mavenir’s solutions,
based on the award-winning mOne® software platform, leverage NFV and SDN
technologies for deployments on cloud-based infrastructure.
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Mavenir Systems®, AirMessenger®, Mavenir™, mOne®, mStore™ and mCloud™ are trademarks and registered trademarks of Mavenir Systems, Inc.
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