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Associations

Mavenir Systems believes it is vital for companies developing technologies to be aligned and standards created to ensure that we can meet the needs and requirements of each telecom community we work with around the world.

We are members of the following organizations:

 

4G Americas is an industry trade organization composed of leading telecommunications service providers and manufacturers. The organization's mission is to promote, facilitate and advocate for the deployment and adoption of the 3GPP family of technologies throughout the Americas—and to develop the expansive wireless ecosystem of networks, devices, and applications enabled by GSM and its evolution to LTE.  4G Americas is headquartered in Bellevue, Wash., with an office for Latin America and the Caribbean in Dallas. www.4gamericas.org

Founded in 1984, CTIA is an international association for the wireless tecommunication industry, representing carriers, manufacturers and wireless internet providers in a constant dialogue with policy makers in the Executive Branch, in the Federal Communications Commission and in Congress.

 

The GSM Association (GSMA) is a global trade association that represents the interest of more than 550 GSM mobile operators. Founded in 1987, the association role is to promote, protect and enhance the interests of the global GSM mobile operator community. Some 138 key manufacturers and suppliers to the GSM industry are associate members of the GSM association including Mavenir Systems.

The mission of the Open Mobile Alliance is to facilitate global user adoption of mobile data services by specifying market driven mobile service enablers that ensure service interoperability across devices, geographies, service providers, operators, and networks while allowing businesses to compete through innovation and differentiation.

 


CCA advocates on behalf of our members’ interests and works to educate policymakers on the key issues that impact our members’ ability to compete, survive, and thrive. Currently these issues include automatic data roaming, interoperability throughout the 700 MHz spectrum, Universal Service Fund reform, spectrum policy and licensing issues and handset exclusivity, among others.


Today, in every continent, one in ten people around the world use Wi-Fi at home, at work, in countless ways. Wi-Fi adoption continues to grow, and common goals still bind together more than 500 Wi-Fi Alliance member companies from dozens of countries. The original goal of the visionary leaders that formed the Wi-Fi Alliance in 1999 has been realized, and yet the Wi-Fi Alliance is not done. The innovation and thought leadership of the Wi-Fi Alliance continues to drive new Wi-Fi applications and products, and it continues to enrich our lives.