The promises of 5G go well beyond high data rate, spectral efficiency, ultra-low latency, or massive sensor networks. To fully deliver the promise, we believe in open interfaces across the network through software defined techniques. Mavenir is committed to the innovation in and the standardization of the 5G architecture of the near future.
Rapid advances in mobile computing power are pushing machine intelligence to the very edge of the network. Known as Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC), this development is a critical success factor in the rise of the new 5G mobile networks that will deliver unheard of data speeds to an exponentially larger user base, and all at a fraction of the cost-per-bit expense.
Sprint launches nationwide NFV OpenStack cloud deployment extending its existing vendor ecosystem with the introduction of new, agile, innovative, and smaller players.
Mavenir, partnering with Heavy Reading, has released a report that assesses the business and technical progress being made by communication service providers (CSPs) as they race to implement network functions virtualization (NFV).
A cloud-based RCS interconnect hub would serve as an efficient means of deploying secure, advanced RCS communications.
Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) - the upside down. In technology, what’s viewed as important today, will dramatically change tomorrow. As the industry transitions towards LTE and 5G, there is a critical and growing requirement for a new, more distributed network architecture.
This week, live from 5G World, the global 5G focused conference and expo, part of London Tech Week's headline show TechXLR8, John Baker, SVP Business Development, talked bandwidth, open interfaces, software defined techniques and getting 5G ready and working.
The benefits of turning to NFV for delivering messaging services
Bringing innovation to voice and messaging
Three reasons T-Mobile’s new Digits will change the way we use mobile in our lives - RCR
Messaging as a Platform (MaaP) combines advanced messaging with standardized interfaces to chatbots and plugins that create a richer experience for consumers and allow businesses to realize the opportunities of conversational commerce with A2P messaging over IP.
Hackers have finally found a way to get into consumers’ pockets by exploiting the SS7 network and stealing two-factor authentication (2FA) SMS codes to empty people’s bank accounts.
In May 2015, Juniper published research entitled ‘The Future of Cybercrime & Security: Financial and Corporate Threats & Mitigation’ that predicted the cost of data breaches would quadruple from 2015, hitting a global cost of $2.1 trillion globally by 2019.
Named Finalist in Light Reading’s Leading Lights Awards 2017
It is often said that digital transformation requires a cultural shift as well as a technological one, but what does this mean in practice?
2016 was an amazing year for mobile, with Mobile World Congress 2016 acting as the Launchpad for more powerful phones than ever before. Alongside the unveiling of Samsung's Galaxy S7 and LG's G5 smart phone, we talked to smart robots, saw smart things and witnessed new technologies. This year, MWC 2017 looks set to trump 2016, with mobile launches such as Nokia’s comeback with the leaked re-launch of the Nokia 3310 and Samsung’s mystery device, but mobile technology is about a lot more than handsets, telcos and subscribers alike will place a huge emphasis on optimum user experience, personalization and security. So we’ve put together the hottest topics of conversation we expect at MWC, and everything you need to know about them…
Digital connections now play a central role to global socio-economic development, and mobile is the clear growth driver. These days, practically everything digital you want to do can be done on a mobile device. The mobile-centric world of consumer convenience, seamless interactions and real time services has brought with it trillions in revenue - and where there is money, fraud will surely follow. The threats are operating on a global scale so it’s no surprise that by 2019 cybercrime will be a $2.1 trillion problem..