Aricent joins global technology leaders at Mobile World Congress Americas 2018 to discuss what’s next in 5G, Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence and security.
I am happy to share that Aricent has joined global leaders in telecom and technology for our third Mobile World Congress event in 2018. MWC Americas takes place from 12 – 14 September at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Earlier this year, Aricent also attended #MWC18 in Barcelona, and at #MWCS18 in Shanghai.
#MWCA18 provides a glimpse into the future of mobile, with 22k+ attendees, 200+ speakers, and 300+ media participants and analysts. With the theme “Imagine a Better Future,” the conference features presentations from technology's most influential executives, who are sharing their vision for the industry while providing essential insights on current and future trends.
We are excited to join the conversation around such exciting topics as edge computing, artificial intelligence, security and 5G. As these new technologies dominate the landscape, leading network operators and equipment providers continue to look to Aricent as a trusted partner in expediting deployment of these new technologies in network products and services. Aricent software frameworks and solutions help customers gain first-mover advantage and reduce time to market for both new product introduction and service provisioning.
MWC Americas 2018 focuses on 5 key themes:
Innovation comes from consistent experimentation with new methods, philosophies, products, and services, which help organizations or individuals achieve better outcomes. Truly innovative companies are and continue to be at the forefront of their industries.
- The Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is the most complex, inclusive and automated revolution our society has seen, and at its heart, lies mobile. From transportation to how we communicate, automation is creating smarter services and a new way to live life.
- Everything Policy
Mobile is an important driver of economic development and wealth creation, but what policies are needed to promote innovation, competition, privacy and security for consumers in the digital age? How can government and the mobile industry can work collaboratively to drive key enablers to expand digital inclusion for all?
- Media & Entertainment
There has been a huge shift in the way that people consume content – people expect access to a wide range of content and services instantly, and seamlessly, across a range of devices and platforms.Additionally, the way content is created, distributed, monetized is changing the business model for media and entertainment companies, as well as network operator.
- The Network
Networks include everything from 5G and LTE, to NFV, SDN, radio spectrum, core network infrastructure, back haul infrastructure, billing, customer care, mobile device RF components and much more. Rapid developments in network technology are offering immense opportunities for lower costs and new business creation.
Meet us at booth #W.1512 at MWC Americas to discuss these themes and experience our leading-edge technology frameworks and solutions for yourself:
- 5G standalone and nonstandalone solutions for NEPs/OEMs
- Solutions for incorporating LTE Advance features (NB-IOT, eMTC), NB-IoT Satellite, Scalable 4G CloudRAN with VNF, MANO, CBRS
- Transport solutions for 5G Fronthaul to achieve deterministic and low-latency transport using advanced time synchronization (TSN)
- Multi-access edge computing
Click here to schedule a meeting with Aricent technology experts at the show to explore how our software solutions can help you quickly leverage these leading edge technologies in your new products and services.
We look forward to meeting you at the show!
About the Author
AVP Marketing Leader
Juhie Gorwara is AVP, Marketing Leader at Aricent. She has over 16 years of global work experience in marketing across various industries. Prior to Aricent, she had led marketing & communications at IBM, Avaya, Yahoo & Amex. Juhie holds a degree in Marketing Management from The London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) and a Masters in Mass Communication from Delhi University.