Brandon Larson

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SVP, GM, Multimedia Business Unit

Brandon Larson

Brandon Larson is the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Mavenir’s Multimedia Business Unit. He joined Mavenir from Tango Networks, where he served as their Chief Strategy Officer. He is also a former employee of Mavenir, having previously run the Sales Engineering organization for America’s region where he was instrumental in many key Mavenir projects including the world’s first IMS VoWiFi, VoLTE, and RCS 5.0 service launches.

Brandon has diverse experience having held roles in sales, marketing, product line management, and program management in his previous companies, Nokia and Ciena.

Brandon started his career as a Nuclear Engineering Officer in the United States Navy. He is a graduate of Navy Nuclear Power School and received his nuclear engineer certification from the Department of Naval Reactors. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering with High Honors from Rutgers University.

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VoNR – Voice in the Wilderness, or the Biggest Change Ever?

15 November 2021

Transitioning to 5G is not just about super-fast data speeds. CSPs are also evaluating the benefits and challenges of voice over new radio (VoNR). Brandon Larson shares thoughts on how CSPs can embrace the operational changes they will need to make.

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Mavenir’s Success Tips for Mobile Operators Looking to Implement VoNR and 5G Networks – A Mobile World Live interview

29 September 2021

Mavenir’s Brandon Larson, GM, Multimedia Business catches up with Justin Springham from Mobile World Live to discuss the ingredients for success available to service providers, as they look to VoNR and 5G networks.

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Why IMS Needs to be “Any Cloud-Native”

03 September 2021

IMS in any cloud? CSPs are now asking for network and service automation solutions deployed in the public cloud. The transformation has begun, whether they are migrating all voice services to the public cloud or using it to complement their existing private clouds to better handle spikes in demand or temporary business needs. What is driving this trend, what operational shifts are needed, and which clouds should be used? Read Brandon Larson's perspective on why a cloud-native IMS is important.

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