The end of February means that here in New England we are one step closer to Spring, but for communication service providers it signals one of the industry’s largest events: Mobile World Congress (MWC). The industry gathering introduces the wealth of innovation taking place, and Ribbon Communications is seeking to steal the spotlight.
Ribbon plans on putting the hallmarks of its portfolio on display at the upcoming MWC. From February 25-28 Ribbon will showcase what its software-defined solutions can do.
In addition to its solution set, on Tuesday February 26, the company’s CTO Kevin Riley will present, “Migrating and Securing in Real-Time Communications on AWS,” during the AWS PartnerSolutions Speaker Series.
As far as the portfolio on display, the lineup starts with Kandy Cloud. The Ribbon team is on hand to highlight the revenue opportunities with white labeling Kandy’s CPaaS, UCaaS or CPaaS and the capabilities they provide.
Ribbon enables mobile operators to support webscale and cloud-native communications with a number of applications as well as SBCs and VNFs. Service providers can leverage AI and machine learning to enjoy proactive security, via end-to-end analytics. In addition, it will highlight how service providers can utilize the scale, high performance and reliability through network evolution.
With the MSP market surging, another topic to be explored is how service providers can push the Intelligent Enterprise Edge with cloud-based managed service offerings.
“We are continually strengthening our mobile solutions portfolio to help our customers improve their offerings and better serve their end-users, and there is no better place to highlight these capabilities than the largest mobile conference in the world,” said Patrick Joggerst, Chief Marketing Officer for Ribbon. “We currently have billions of minutes of mobile traffic per month running on our Voice over Long Term Evolution (VoLTE) solutions in large service provider networks, serving more than 300 million subscribers. Our big data, Machine Learning and AI-based analytics solutions are already helping Tier-1 mobile operators gain prescriptive insights on subscriber behavior and improve their network performance.”
Ribbon is on the fore of network innovation and embracing the cloud-based revolution that is the digital age.
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