NEC will showcase its advanced portfolio for helping telecom operators effectively monetize their assets and create new revenue streams by delivering a better customer experience, providing on demand solutions and leading innovations in the Internet of Things (IoT) at Mobile World Congress 2016.
NEC flexibly provides cutting edge solutions that enable telecommunications operators to significantly improve customer experience, one of the most effective ways for driving profitability. At Mobile World Congress (MWC), NEC will showcase traffic management solutions, customer retention and crowd sourcing solutions as part of illustrating the superior customer experience that carriers can deliver through NEC.
Moreover, NEC enables telecom operators to expand their services beyond traditional connectivity into an on demand landscape based on virtualization technologies. With its broad range of software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV) solutions, including virtualized customer premises equipment (vCPE), virtualized evolved packet core (vEPC), transport SDN and management and orchestration (MANO), NEC provides customers with the flexibility they need to respond to changing demands by enabling automated, sophisticated orchestration and control of complex networks, thereby achieving operational efficiency.
Furthermore, NEC believes that the evolution of information and communications being driven by the IoT will create a social infrastructure in which the cyber world is integrated with the real world.
At MWC, NEC will showcase its solutions to provide secure IoT systems that stand up to cyberattacks by combining comprehensive security solutions with big data technologies, where changes in a system are identified in real time and compared with normal conditions to detect errors and SDN is used to automatically isolate abnormalities.
Additional NEC solutions to be featured at MWC 2016 include: carrier data center infrastructure, virtual data center (vDC) solutions, Enterprise-RAN (E-RAN) solutions, advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and image recognition technologies.