Mavenir Systems, a leading provider of converged solutions, has recently announced the successful launch and deployment of its Mobile Cloud Services by Tier 1 mobile operators. Mobile operators have launched the Mobile Cloud Services 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi and broadband access using Mavenir Systems’ (News - Alert) Converged Voice, Video and Messaging Solutions, an innovative approach which has helped mobile operators to broaden their service offerings and expand their service horizons to effectively compete with over the top (OTT) players. Mavenir will be showcasing its Mobile Cloud Services including Mobile VoIP, RCS, Mobile Video calling, and an industry-first Mobile Video Conferencing as well as the open network messaging application using REST API's to deliver services at the 2011 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona from Feb. 14-17.
The Mavenir's Mobile Cloud Services strategy has enabled many mobile operators to launch a range of new services including Voice over Wi-Fi, Mobile Video and GSMA (News - Alert) Rich Communications Suite (RCS) services, which are experiencing significant consumer demand, across North America, Europe and Asia. The operators are offering these services over their 3G, LTE and Wi-Fi devices, and at the same time expanding their reach and address growing competition from the likes of Skype or Google (News - Alert) Voice. In the near future, the operators will be equipped with the Mavenir-enabled Mobile Cloud services to offer Voice over LTE (VoLTE) and LTE Messaging solutions to compatible devices.
In a release, Pardeep Kohli, president and CEO of Mavenir Systems said that, "It really is about providing mobile operators with the innovative tools to take advantage of changing market and technology factors. Mavenir's comprehensive converged voice, video and messaging solutions have a reputation for delivering new services and new business models which will generate new revenue streams to forward-thinking mobile operators, while reducing the costs associated with delivering and supporting pre-existing, legacy applications."
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Edited by Jennifer Russell