CommScope will be showcasing its portfolio of wireless solutions in Hall 2 at Mobile World Congress 2017, as well as providing an update on the company’s future wireless and telecommunications strategy over the next 12 months. The key theme to CommScope’s exhibition is network convergence across fiber and wireless, with particular focus on densification, virtualization, and optimization on the road to 5G. Diving into these industry trends, CommScope will showcase five key solutions:
Contact Rick Aspan on site or email him to arrange a meeting at the show.
EXFO and Ontology Systems will be teaming up at Stand 6K36 in Hall 6 at MWC 2017. Ontology Systems’ expertise in modelling complex, cross-domain, multi-layer network topology coupled with EXFO’s
expertise in network measurement and analytics enables the delivery of topology-aware end-to-end service assurance that’s available today. Real-Time Topology Driven Service Experience (RTT SE)
leverages Ontology 5’s and EXFO Xtract’s capabilities to deliver unique insight into the behaviour of service provider’s physical and virtual networks. This includes how it affects services and
customers, enabling faster and more economical fault resolution and improved customer experience.
In support of the move towards virtualization, EXFO will be showcasing its Xtract and Verifier solutions, that help their clients flourish in a rapidly transforming industry by providing accurate performance insights from all three dimensions of their infrastructure: network, service and subscriber. When “good enough” testing and data analytics just isn’t good enough anymore – come and talk to EXFO.
Every business, every industry is undergoing a massive shift from products and services, to connected digital experiences. Face this challenge head-on with customer data analytics, driving digital transformation, and unlocking unique and sustainable revenue streams in the digital economy. At MWC 2017, Flytxt will showcase its advanced analytics products NEON dX and QREDA dX. Visit their booth in Hall 5 to view live demonstrations explaining how enterprises can build different solutions with these products to drive digital customer engagement and launch novel digital services. Contact Mohamed Farook to arrange a meeting or for more information.
With more than 700 global service provider customers, GENBAND is acutely attuned to the issues affecting today’s mobile operators. The company’s vast global customer and partner base includes BT,
Verizon, CenturyLink, Deutsche Telekom, IBM, SAP and Telecom Italia to name a few. At Mobile World Congress in Hall 2, GENBAND will showcase many of its mobility solutions including its Kandy
Communications Platform which offers service providers, software vendors and systems integrators the ability to quickly bring to market embedded communications, while delivering managed
Over-the-Top (OTT) Mobility Solutions for consumers and Business Mobility Solutions for enterprises from a hybrid, private or public cloud.
In addition to its award-winning Kandy platform, GENBAND will also be showcasing its market-leading NFV portfolio for the telco cloud, which includes fully virtualized SBC, VNFs, transcoding, Enhanced Voice Services (EVS), Interconnect and IPX solutions, and analytics solutions for VoLTE, IMS, and NGN. Please feel free to stop by GENBAND’s booth in Hall 2, if you’d like a demonstration or to learn more. Additionally, GENBAND and Kandy are celebrating another amazing year and will be hosting a cocktail party at their booth Tuesday, February 28th from 6 - 8 pm. The event will include a Flamenco Performance, live DJ, Hosted Bar & hors d-oeuvres. For more information contact Dennis Watson.
In Hall 1 at MWC 2017, Graphite Software is using augmented reality to showcase its Android virtualization platform for mobile devices, called Secure Spaces, that enables multiple virtual devices
or “Spaces” to co-exist on a single device - such as a Personal Space, a Kids Space, a Work Space and a Secure Banking Space to address fundamental Android security and privacy issues.
By aligning with real life scenarios, “Spaces” give users the freedom to control their contextual identities, the choice to reveal (or not) different aspects of their lives depending on context or audience. With just a swipe, a user can be a mobile parent, employee, friend or a complete stranger. Visit Graphite Software to identify your mobile personas. Contact Rob Grapes for more information.