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MWC Barcelona 2019
February 25-28, 2019
NetNumber Stand 7D81

Platforms that Power Global Telecom

5G is the key to delivering new sources of revenue. In order to enable new customer services and business models, operators must modernize their networks to support digital transformation.

Modernization starts with the move to a software platform that provides a virtualized infrastructure and network services in the cloud, as well as data and analytics that effectively secure the signaling core…all while enabling interworking between legacy and next-generation network services.

No matter where you are in your journey to digital transformation, please join NetNumber subject matter experts at our stand in Hall 7 to learn how our TITAN software platform and telecom data services can reinvent your operations, protect your customers, and support quick time to market of exciting new services.

Stop by the NetNumber stand in Hall 7 to see our latest platforms, solutions and network services that enable you to create new revenue generating services and reduce capital expenditure. Complete the [popup_anything id=”5672″] to schedule a meeting with us.

  

 


Networks are moving in several different directions; highly deterministic to dynamic, fixed “big box” to virtual and containers and resource freedom to resource limited. With these changes signaling has expanded in features flexibility and types. Pulling all of these different directions and technology choices together creates gaps and unnecessary complexity. NetNumber TITAN provides multiple protocol choices, deployment options and service flexibility allowing operators to work the network as they want – enabling service innovation and growth.


The telecom industry relies on accurate routing and termination of calls and messages. Furthermore, to protect their customers and revenue base, operators need also to provide a high level of signaling security. The data required to execute these tasks successfully can vary widely by operator, by country of origin and country of destination, by data type, and by third-party source providing the data. Acquiring, normalizing, compiling and accessing this data is typically a costly and resource-intensive endeavor for operators. NetNumber helps operators overcome the challenges with routing voice and messaging traffic efficiently, as well as required key security measures.

Security of mobile networks is a clear concern to mobile operators. With more than 2000 MNOs and MVNOs interconnected worldwide, vulnerabilities of the 40-year old SS7 signaling system have raised negative publicity and business concerns. Similar problems exist with Diameter as successor of SS7.

With only the victim’s telephone number, hackers can intercept, track and disrupt communications, and commit banking fraud and other criminal acts. Security opportunities are also enabled by NFV/SDN as in 5G authentication moves to distributed environments and Edge Computing in support of IoT. In addition, scam and fraud calls is of a growing concern to operators. Overall service satisfaction drops and regulatory pressure increases when operators are unable to protect their customers against unwanted and dangerous calls. Simple solutions can already be very effective to stop the negative effects of nuisance calls and criminal acts like Wangiri fraud.

NetNumber helps operators secure their SS7 and Diameter networks against security weaknesses to protect their customers against today’s and tomorrow’s attacks ;and implement solutions for mitigating the problems with scam and fraud calls.

At MWC Barcelona, NetNumber will be demonstrating its Private LTE solution in a live realistic deployment scenario. Pick up a Bittium handset and make a call to another soldier in your company or to a soldier in another platoon. See how the compact hardened edge nodes respond when the backhaul link isn’t available and learn how the subscriber database is optimized in real time to support mobility across all edge locations.  Learn how NetNumber’s PLTE solution based on 3GPP standard IMS core supports multiple use cases including SIP, VoLTE, and VoWIFI.

Data reporting and analytics tools are critical for making real-time decisions that enable operators to provide high-quality services to their customers. NetNumber provides real-time access to a variety of network data sources and actionable analytics capabilities.

While the 5G Core has recently been defined, there is still much work to be done by the industry. NetNumber has been active in a number of 5G trials globally, working with operators to understand what technologies will be needed and how to ensure a smooth transition from 4G.


Our team is ready to help you realize new business opportunities enabled by digital transformation. Contact your sales representative or email info@netnumber.com to schedule a meeting with us. We also have a limited number of exhibitor passes available. Ask your sales representative or request via info@netnumber.com.

Contact your sales representative or complete the form to schedule a meeting with us.



NetNumber & Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier Partner Programme
Wednesday, February 27 @ 10:00-11:30 am
Hall 8 Theater

As a leading global wholesale carrier, Deutsche Telekom Global Carrier handles 28 billion voice minutes per year and 3500 petabytes of IP throughput a month. The International Network Infrastructure unit has built a network that enables innovation and scale through close collaboration with its vendor NetNumber.

NetNumber provides the signaling ecosystem platform for modernizing the telco architecture and supporting the transition to digital business. Ulf Koester, head of the International Network Infrastructure of inter-carrier Voice and Signaling services at Deutsche Telekom, Technology & Innovations will join Kevin Peters, NetNumber President and CEO on stage. Mr. Koester is driving the transformation from legacy production environments to software-based and virtualized solutions of DT’s inter-carrier service hub platforms. Mr. Peters came out of retirement from AT&T to lead NetNumber.

As NetNumber Blue meets Deutsche Telekom Magenta, these two executives will lead an interactive dialogue on how to architect a scalable and virtualized network designed with simplification, automation, and use of customer and signaling data to enable intelligence at the forefront. The executives will discuss the capabilities needed for success today and in 5G, and how to build the right network foundation for innovation and growth while highlighting some mutually discovered “pitfalls” that carriers should avoid.

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