Evolve your Core for 5G
New opportunities that require 5G networks are helping the market evolve. The landscape is shifting as consumers and industries undergo digital transformation. This evolution has progressed to the telecommunications industry as CSPs begin to demonstrate live 5G network deployments.
Moving to 5G is Far Different from Previous Generations
Every CSP has different needs, strategies, and priorities, and each takes a unique transition path to 5G. Some see 5G deployment as evolutionary. Others see it as revolutionary. Investments in existing networks and services are weighed against ROI. Revenue protection takes an equal stand next to 5G evolution and the potential for growth it creates.
Enabling new 5G networks for new mobile devices, voice, and data communications is just the start. A standalone cloud-native architecture, available on any cloud, for any generation of network evolution, is more than a simple add-on to the existing networks.
This generation of 5G networks changes the types of services that can be offered. The cloud-native design supports network slicing, provides lower latency, higher throughput, and lets operators offer improved quality. It also enables more options from AR, VR, IoT, and industry uses.
Advanced call technology such as VoNR enables voice or video calls over a standalone 5G network. And new virtual RANs make hardware updates a thing of the past.
MAVcore Solutions: 100% Cloud-Native, 100% Containerized, 100% Microserivces-Based
Converged Packet Core teams with Cloud-Native IMS to provide a flexible, evolutionary path to 5G with minimal risk, the ability to scale up or down, and greatly improved speed, security, and reliability.
Mavenir’s full-stack Converged Packet Core solution supports multi-generational networks (2G, 3G, 4G, 5G), and the fully-containerized, Cloud-Native IMS supports 4G and 5G in both virtualized and containerized environments. Together, they bring powerful, more efficient, cost-effective core voice and data operations for the future, running in any cloud, private or public.
Enable Edge Deployment and Scale with Control and User Plane
The CUPS architecture allows CSPs to independently scale the control and user planes and enable edge deployments. The same core can scale down to accommodate non-public networks and scale up to support large Tier-1 consumer and IoT deployments.
Mavenir’s Open vRAN
CSPs have the freedom to select vendors, features, or timing and then quickly and easily deploy on their network. Because Mavenir’s fully containerized solution is open and interoperable as well as 100% software, CSPs can rapidly deploy new features into the network without waiting for new hardware revisions or even having to buy and install new hardware. Migration to 5G is just a software update.
CSPs need a long-term strategy with open, flexible, and future-proofed architectures. They need the agility to take advantage of developing technologies driving the marketplace today. Mavenir’s Converged Packet Core, Cloud-Native IMS, and Open vRAN are ALL 100% SOFTWARE, can be deployed on ANY CLOUD, and run, operated, and managed on ONE NETWORK to successfully evolve to 5G and beyond!
Hyper Scaling the Open RAN Ecosystem, Exploring Virtualized Open RAN and Cloud-Native Deployments
07 October 2022
John Baker, SVP, Ecosystem Business Development, outlines how Mavenir is driving the transformation of today’s software-enabled mobile networks and gives real-world examples with Dish.
The Roadmap Towards a Fully Cloud-Native Telco
06 October 2022
The benefits of transitioning to a cloud-native telco are becoming widely understood, but what is the ultimate end goal, and what are the key milestones for telcos? Mavenir’s Bejoy Pankajakshan discusses this and more at Cloud Native Telco Summit with Telecom TV.
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