Syniverse to Focus on LTE and Interoperability Technology at MWC 2011
Syniverse has been at the center of the mobile communications space for a long time. With 20 years of industry experience, it is committed to simplifying the business and technical complexities of mobile communications. It is scheduled to showcase its unmatched expertise at the Mobile World congress 2011 in Barcelona, Feb. 14-17, 2011 in Hall 8, Stand no.A111.
On display will be its new mobile video communication and LTE (News - Alert) solutions. More than 900 mobile operators, cable providers, over-the-top players and application service providers will be witness to the new ways that Syniverse (News - Alert) is making mobile work for them. Its more than four million subscriber base will also get a firsthand account of the company's varied and versatile roaming, messaging and network solutions.
The company is focused on helping those in the field take advantage of the transformative opportunities resulting from the growing pervasiveness and sophistication of wireless communication, officials said in a press release.
Live demonstrations of new interoperability technology for operators and new ways for consumers, businesses and brands to connect are also on the agenda. Syniverse is all set to unveil how it is going to bridge disparate network, platform and device islands around the world. Executives from the company will also share their insights on other emerging mobile technology. Speakers and specialists from the company will address the participants.
On Feb. 15, Charles Landry, senior vice president, messaging, Syniverse, will join other panelists from other companies to discuss the elements of a true mobile social network, and on where social media is headed.
The next day, Chief Operating Officer Jeff Gordon (News - Alert) and his 4G team of specialists will discuss the future of LTE and how IPX will bridge the 2G, 3G and 4G technologies among operators, networks and devices. Discussions about how to capitalize on LTE's vast potential will also figure.
The future for mobile communication is bright and positive, and as mobile video communications grows, so will the revenue it generates. According to GigaOM Pro, mobile video revenues will grow from about $90 million in 2010 to $3.4 billion just five years later.
As technology evolves and complexities in the wireless industry keep growing, Syniverse claims to be well positioned to serve as the industry's dynamic, go-to communications service provider.
In a related news release, Syniverse technologies continued its global multimedia messaging service market leadership during Q3 2010, posting 28 percent organic growth in MMS traffic year over year.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee