REDCOM Webinar: Expanding the Role of the IMS Application Server (IMS AS) to Address 盛兴彩票导航 Challenges
The IMS AS encompasses a number of defined roles in Next Generation Network architectures. It starts as the most fundamental TAS functionality allowing for the migration to VoLTE and VoWiFi. It further expands as the Service & Call Continuity AS (SCC-AS) providing for true mobility, roaming and technology buffer across 3G,4G,5G and Wi-Fi networks. Ultimately, this element bridges the technology functionality gap, providing all the valuable services end users have grown accustomed to as the MMTEL AS.
In this webinar, REDCOM will share case studies, highlighting the experiences from our Carrier partners with using the IMS AS to fulfill new demands and regulations from this year.
The specific case studies include:
-Addressing the March 盛兴彩票导航 mandate for Rip & Replace: A flexible IMS AS can help a Carrier achieve their network goals for VoLTE, VoWifi in a staggered approach using existing equipment (regardless of the vendor) and eventually “replacing” unsafe vendor equipment in a non-disruptive way
-Augmenting the mandate for STIR/SHAKEN with centralized and evolving policy service for not only signing of messages but also attestation levels to prevent Robocalls
-Providing specialized functions specific to growing and changing subscriber usage, demands for RCS and solving interworking concerns
Shannon Chevier, Director, Product Management, Service Provider Solutions, REDCOM
The pandemic has put data-driven decision making under the microscope—everyone, everywhere is questioning data and the decisions being made based on it today. For mobile operators, it has always been a challenge to process your data into meaningful information that guides your next course of action. We can all do this better.
When introducing 5G or rolling out new technologies such as virtualization, mobile-edge computing (MEC) and cloud-based services, you need to confirm end-to-end service offerings are working as expected and delivering optimal quality of experience (QoE). Having the right data helps identify problems that may otherwise be missed, enabling triage, root-cause analysis, and remedial actions to be performed.
Infovista, the leader in the planning and testing of advanced mobile networks, is currently working on over 170 deployments of 5G infrastructure. This webinar will share our latest thinking in using data to drive decisions, based on experience with some of the largest mobile operators in the world.
This webinar explores:
• Sweating existing 4G CAPEX infrastructure using features like DSS
• Automating strategic network planning for coverage and growth of IOT and 5G
• Using geolocation technology to identify where the users change behavior
• Ensuring 5G correctly interworks and co-exists with 2G, 3G and 4G
• Validating QoE on new technologies like network slicing, edge computing and cloud
Speaker: Steve Bowker, SVP Global Networks, Infovista
Ultimately, data-driven insights like these lead to improved customer experience for users and better operational efficiency for network operators—both are more important than ever in the pandemic era.
The new 6 GHz spectrum opportunity more than doubles the airspace available for Wi-Fi and that is just the beginning. Technology implementation of Wi-Fi 6 in the 6 GHz band (dubbed Wi-Fi 6E) across mobile and networking products are of critical importance to transition this massive spectrum opportunity into extraordinary connected experiences.
In this webinar, you will hear directly from Qualcomm Technologies’ VP & GM of the Mobile and Compute Connectivity business (Dino Bekis) and VP & GM of the Wireless Infrastructure and Networking business (Nick Kucharewski) as they speak to Qualcomm Technologies’ recently announced Wi-Fi 6E portfolio of products.
Speakers will address impactful wireless and product advancements including:
• What Wi-Fi 6E means for the next generation of connected experiences
• Mobile and Networking product feature considerations to maximize the Wi-Fi 6E opportunity
• 6 GHz characteristics driving speed, latency, and capacity evolution
• Significance of parallel wireless evolution across Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular
• Importance of a platform/system-level approach to deliver premium connectivity
Sean Kinney, Editor-in-Chief, RCR Wireless News
Dino Bekis, Vice President and General Manager, Mobile and compute connectivity, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Nick Kucharewski, Vice President and General Manager, Wireless infrastructure networking, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
5G networks are already delivering advanced, secure connectivity and value around the world. But the journey to maximum value and benefit to society must be aided and accelerated by sensible, growth-oriented policies.
On June 17, join us for a thoughtful, informative webinar: “5G: Between Value and Policy.” The featured speakers are Dr. Mohamed Madkour, Vice President, Wireless Networks Marketing & Solutions at Huawei Technologies and Bruce McConnell, Executive Vice President at EastWest Institute.
Dr. Madkour will discuss the status of 5G deployments around the world, and highlight how 5G networks, artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud computing provide the foundation for “Industry 4.0,” the future of how business does business. Dr. Madkour will also describe how strong policies that focus on issues such as collaboration, spectrum allocation, and security can drive global growth and benefits for all. Questions are encouraged.
Dr. Mohamed Madkour, VP Marketing and Head of Global Wireless Branding, Huawei Technologies
Bruce McConnell, Executive Vice President, EastWest Institute
Diagnosing and troubleshooting PIM problems is an expensive and time consuming exercise. It not only requires hours of resources but also degrades QoS since the site has to be shut down. The problem is exacerbated by new bands such as FirstNet introduced into LTE networks that make the RF environment more conducive to PIM.
In this webinar, we will explore a new PIM diagnosis methodology that eliminates tower climbs and reduces system down time by as much as 90%. This new methodology can provide multi-band PIM diagnosis using live cellular traffic.
It quickly determines internal or external PIM and provides a distance-to-PIM analysis all while the network equipment is live, resulting in sites becoming free of PIM faster than using standard RF PIM hunting techniques.
Who Should Attend:
This webinar is ideal for operators, RF engineers, and cell technicians experiencing PIM problems and searching for methods to diagnose these problems faster and cheaper.
What you will learn:
• The questions every RF engineer should answer about their PIM problems before ever taking down a site
• How to use live cellular traffic to diagnose multi-band PIM problems
• The difference between PIM diagnosis and PIM troubleshooting
• How to debug intermittent PIM problems
• Using diagnosis data to reduce time-to-resolution by up to 75%
Roger Paje, Sr. Product Manager, Anritsu
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