Mavenir Systems (MVNR), a provider of software-based mobile communications solutions, has announced the availability of its new mobile voice and messaging client software for handsets and tablets.
The new Mavenir client solution is designed to allow mobile operators to differentiate their Voice over LTE (VoLTE), Voice over WiFi (VoWiFi) and Rich Communication Services (RCS).
Thanks to the new software, mobile operators can rapidly bring new services to market without any dependency on embedded clients provided by device manufacturers. The client is easily customized to allow mobile operators to innovate and optimize the user experience with control over the end-to-end solution.
Mavenir already has 2 tier one customers for its client.
“We are expanding our portfolio to provide mobile operators with comprehensive end-to-end IMS-based voice and messaging solutions for the rapid deployment of VoWiFi and RCS services,” said Pardeep Kohli, president and chief executive officer, Mavenir Systems.
“Mavenir’s extensible and configurable client solution gives operators the option of rolling out and offering new features and services without lengthy and costly development cycles,” Kohli added.
Based on the GSMA and OMA standards, Mavenir’s client is fully interoperable with RCS and IMS-based VoIP networks. It implements an intuitive graphical user interface blending RCS, CPM, legacy messaging and voice or video telephony services into a coherent communication user experience.
The client also seamlessly integrates with Mavenir’s Converged Video and Voicemail solution using Open Mobile Terminal Platform (OMTP) based Visual Voicemail (VVM) functionality.
Mavenir’s client solution includes a Client Configuration and Provisioning Server (CCPS) that simplifies the deployment and enables customization of the client software. The mobile client solution enables operators to enrich mobile applications with a robust suite of next generation mobile voice, video and messaging functionality.
Mavenir’s client software is available today on both Android and iOS platforms, with availability later in 2014 for Windows phone platforms.