RICHARDSON, Texas, Aug. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Mavenir Systems, a leading innovator of mobile infrastructure solutions for LTE operators, today announced that its mOne™ Convergence Platform was used to support the world's first commercially available Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service, which was announced by MetroPCS earlier this week.
Following MetroPCS' announcement to pursue VoLTE, Mavenir Systems worked hand in hand with the carrier to help make VoLTE a reality. A key part of the rapid rollout was Mavenir's innovative mOne™ Convergence Platform, which minimized the cost, complexity and time to market for MetroPCS' VoLTE services.
"We are excited to be part of this historic moment by providing a superior solution to MetroPCS that enables a sustainable business model on mobile broadband, both as a vendor partner and systems integrator," said Pardeep Kohli, president & chief executive officer of Mavenir Systems. "The mOne™ Convergence Platform is designed to simplify carriers' network transformations to support LTE and rapidly roll out VoLTE services."
"VoLTE provides MetroPCS and our customers a foundation for the future and we are glad to have Mavenir as a key partner in achieving this significant milestone," said Ed Chao, senior vice president of corporate engineering & network operations. "This initial launch allows us to achieve feature parity with our circuit-switched network thus further enabling the migration of our CDMA base to our more spectrally efficient 4G LTE network."
About Mavenir Systems:
Mavenir delivers Converged Voice, Video and Messaging solutions, based on the mOne™ Convergence Platform, to wireless operators globally. Mavenir's value-added IMS and cloud based solutions enable the transformation of legacy core networks by offering compelling new services such as VoLTE and RCS, and by providing uniquely innovative solutions to address the challenge of migrating subscribers and services to 4G. These solutions are deployed by customers in North American and European markets. www.mavenir.com
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