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AVISO A LA PRENSA: Mavenir Systems Mira Hacia América Latina

Mavenir Systems (NYSE: MVNR), un proveedor líder de soluciones de red basadas en software para servicios móviles, anunció hoy su participación en la Conferencia Latinoamericana de LTE, que tendrá lugar del 28 al 30 de abril de 2014 en Río de Janeiro, Brasil.

Ian Maclean, Vicepresidente de Estrategia y Comercialización en Mavenir, analizará el modelo de negocio actual para VoLTE, y abordará los controladores OPEX / CAPEX para desplegar nuevos servicios de 4G LTE basados en la tecnología IMS. Él compartirá los conocimientos obtenidos a partir de la amplia experiencia de Mavenir en la transformación de las redes de operadores móviles a 4G LTE y el despliegue de nuevos servicios en el mercado, tales como Voice over LTE (VoLTE) y Rich Communications Services (RCS).

La expansión en América Latina es una progresión natural para Mavenir. “Si bien VoLTE todavía se considera una tecnología emergente en América Latina, muchos operadores están desarrollando estrategias y planificando las implementaciones”, señaló Ian Maclean, Vicepresidente de Estrategia y Comercialización en Mavenir Systems. “Los clientes y los operadores se beneficiarán de una empresa con experiencia como Mavenir para apoyarlos con el despliegue de las soluciones de virtualización que reducen la complejidad de la red y los costos, al tiempo que hacen que sea más fácil poder construir la capacidad y agregar flexibilidad a una red”.

“Hasta la fecha, 44 operadores latinoamericanos lanzaron servicios 4G en 17 países, por un total de 2,3 millones de suscripciones de LTE”, manifestó Marceli Passoni, Analista Sénior en Informa Telecoms and Media. “Informa pronostica que LTE llegará a alrededor de 6 millones de clientes de LTE para fin de año”.

Mavenir está demostrando su compromiso con el mercado en crecimiento de LTE en América Latina, con la reciente apertura de una oficina en la Ciudad de México, México, y espera abrir una oficina en Sao Paulo, Brasil, para fines del tercer trimestre de 2014. La oficina de Sao Paulo, Brasil y la oficina de Mavenir en Miami, Florida, servirán como centros regionales de excelencia.

Mavenir participa activamente en varios ensayos y actividades con varios operadores latinoamericanos.

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Acerca de Mavenir Systems:

Mavenir Systems (NYSE: MVNR) ofrece soluciones de networking basadas en software que permiten que los proveedores de servicios móviles brinden servicios de próxima generación a través de redes 4G LTE. Mavenir™ cuenta con una cartera completamente virtualizada de punta a punta de productos de Voz/Video, Mensajería y Móviles que incluyen IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), Evolved Packet Core (EPC) y Session Border Controller (SBC). Las soluciones de Mavenir, basadas en la plataforma de software premiada mOne®, aprovechan las tecnologías NFV y SDN para las implementaciones en infraestructuras basadas en la nube. www.mavenir.com

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