Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, Spain
Spirent will be showcasing its latest solutions for improving networking user experience at Mobile World Congress.
Delivering better Wi-Fi, VoWiFi and VoLTE services.
Service providers are increasingly seeing Wi-Fi as an integral part of their network strategy. To meet carrier and provider objectives, they must deliver a high quality of experience at launch. With immature technology, particularly VoWiFi and VoWiFi-to-VoLTE handoff, the only way to assure quality at launch is to pre-test the service and supporting devices in the live network, prior to launch.
Join us to learn why there is a need to integrate Wi-Fi as part of the core infrastructure and the challenges and lessons from carrier Wi-Fi deployments.
Evaluating the user experience for VoWi-Fi services →
VoLTE and RCS: Getting it Right eBook →
Building the Internet of Things (IoT)
From home security systems controlled via smartphones to connected automobiles, IoT is transforming industries and creating tremendous opportunities. Getting this hyper-connectivity right, the first time, will lead to significant and lucrative benefits for operators and enterprises.
Learn how operators can use analytics to understand and optimize their network and application performance and improve their customers experience in an IoT-enabled environment, specifically for connected cars and connected homes.
M2M Software Development in an Evolving Landscape →
What's driving the connected car? →
Moving to the virtual network
Hybrid virtual/physical networks will persist for years – and it’s going to be complex. As with any complex, immature technology, assurance is going to be critical to the success of early deployments.
Spirent offers a unified approach to hybrid network deployment and assurance, and can help network operators to evolve towards virtual networking.
Testing Methodologies for Validating NFV Environments →
Moving from NFV PoC to deployment →
To find out more, please visit our booth (Hall 6 J37) or contact us to request a meeting or find out more.