The MulteFire Alliance has completed its Release 1.0 specification which defines LTE operation stand-alone in unlicensed and shared spectrum, while ensuring fair sharing of spectrum with other
users and technologies such as Wi-Fi. MulteFire delivers LTE-like performance with Wi-Fi-like deployment simplicity. By removing the requirement for an anchor in licensed spectrum, MulteFire
enables new use cases and new deployments to take advantage of the benefits of LTE technology.
In Hall 7 at MWC 2017 MulteFire Alliance member companies will be demonstrating MulteFire technology demonstrations, showcasing MulteFire’s performance benefits. In addition, the Alliance will host an open event in Press Room 1 on February 28 from 2-4 p.m. that will highlight the business models for deploying a MulteFire network. For more information contact Rachael Watson.
In Hall 2, Netcracker Technology will showcase its critical role in helping Communications Service Providers become Digital Service Providers, including the ability to deliver complex, large-scale transformation projects for Tier 1 operators. Netcracker will also highlight its leadership in SDN/NFV with the recently launched NaaS offering, which helps operators speed the creation, deployment and monetization of services across B2B and residential markets. NaaS is a full-service solution specifically designed to help service providers deliver new on-demand services without taking any unnecessary risks associated with launching virtualization initiatives at scale. It brings together traditional network services, value-added services and cloud applications in a single, partner-driven cloud marketplace. For more information ask for Collette McGannon on site, or email Joanna Larivee in advance.
Visit Netronome in Hall 2 to speak to one of their experts about the many intelligent networking solutions that rhey can offer to meet the needs of your cloud data center and NFV implementations. Working with their partners Ericsson, Juniper, Mirantis and Nuage; their solutions, including the Agilio family of SmartNICs and Agilio software for OVS, OVS Firewall, and Contrail vRouter, accelerates sophisticated networking and security functionality as well as data delivery to VMs while completely and transparently supporting OpenStack to preserve automation of VM provisioning, startup, shutdown and migration. Contact Brian Sparks for additional information or to arrange to meet at MWC 2017.
NoviFlow offers Network Processor-based, high-performance and fully-programmable SDN networking products to network operators, data centers, enterprises and the cybersecurity community. In Hall 7 at Mobile World Congress they will be demonstrating live a powerful cybersecurity solution that employs the company’s NoviSwitch forwarding planes to deliver unmatched programmability at line rate, for even the largest networks. The flexibility of this approach holds advantages for a wide range of network applications beyond cyber-security including CORD, EPC, Edge Routing, Network Tapping, Telemetry, Load Balancing, Service Chaining, and scales independently on a variety of characteristics such as number of users, forwarding or controller capacity, bandwidth, and more.
If you plan to attend MWC 2017, NoviFlow would be pleased to schedule a meeting with you to discuss how their products and solutions can add value to your business and provide a live demonstration of their NoviSwitch for Cybersecurity. Alternatively, you can contact Marc LeClerc before at the event.
In Hall 6 at MWC 2017, Polystar will be showcasing its new range of KALIX Insight Portals, which provide the actionable intelligence to drive service innovation and enhance customer experience
and will be demonstrating how OSIX Monitoring supports you in the transition from legacy networks to an all virtualised environment based on NFV and SDN technologies.
Join the Polystar team to experience the unprecedented ease with which insights can be delivered, enabling the entire CSP organisation to benefit from real-time, objective network intelligence to drive customer experience, and to get the most out of your big data initiatives. Contact Inna Ott for additional information.
Radisys, in partnership with ON.Lab, will showcase Mobile-CORD (M-CORD) use cases running on open hardware in Hall 5 at MWC 2017. M-CORD is emerging as the platform of choice for enabling 5G service delivery as it aligns with mobile operators’ migration to next-gen telco data centers built with open source components. M-CORD is built on top of ONOS and the CORD (Central Office Re-architected as a Datacenter) open source project that combines data center economics and the agility of the cloud with the benefits of a virtualized and disaggregated mobile core, as well as access infrastructure and mobile edge computing for innovation and deployment of 5G. Unlike