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Global Service Providers Transform Networks and Business Services with Cisco at Mobile World Congress 2015


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Cisco Showcases Expanded Technology Portfolio, Announces Initiatives with Global Customers to Drive New Revenues, Reduce Opex and Enhance Agility.

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At Mobile World Congress 2015 this week, Cisco is advancing its position as the leading technology provider and business partner to help global mobile operators transform their networks, businesses and customers’ experiences in pursuit of new Internet of Everything (IoE) opportunities.

Cisco is introducing and showcasing innovations across its entire Service Provider portfolio, including solutions that advance its Intercloud strategy and augment the company’s open network architecture and its three layers: Applications and Services, Evolved Services Platform and Evolved Programmable Network.

Cisco will share these innovations and more during product demonstrations, speaking engagements and via several announcements at the Show. The centerpiece of Cisco’s presence at Mobile World Congress will be its booth at stand 3E30, Hall 3 in Fira Gran Via.

News Highlights:

  • Cisco’s Breakthrough Mobility IQ Unlocks the Power of Visual Network Knowledge

Cisco today introduced Mobility IQ, a breakthrough mobility Software as a Service (SaaS) analytics solution that unlocks the power of visual network knowledge and drives unparalleled business outcomes for service providers. The market leading SaaS solution, hosted on Cisco Cloud Services, provides advanced insights and an unprecedented bird’s-eye view across Wi-Fi, 3G, and LTE network activity – in real-time. Service providers can identify and capitalize on new business opportunities and deliver exciting new experiences to their customers using a flexible, as a Service consumption model. Additional information can be found here.

  • Telstra and Cisco to Advance On-demand Unified Services

Telstra and Cisco today announced their intention to extend their strategic collaboration by giving Telstra’s domestic and global business customers a unified, on-demand suite of cloud and managed network services. Telstra and Cisco are looking to focus on four key areas to deliver virtualized managed network and cloud services based on an open architecture:

  1. Unified customer and product experience across cloud, network and value-added services
  2. Improved speed to market with rapid product development
  3. Near real-time, dynamic and elastic provisioning of services, on premise and in the cloud
  4. Operational efficiency and simplification

Additional information can be found here.

  • Cisco Introduces Small Cells Solution for Large Scale Enterprise Deployments with SpiderCloud and Vodafone

Cisco today announced commercial availability of its Universal Small Cell (USC) 8000 Series designed for large enterprises and venues. This solution is the result of a strategic collaboration between Cisco and SpiderCloud Wireless, and will be offered to Cisco’s enterprise customers and channel partners. The global agreement includes Cisco reselling SpiderCloud’s entire small cell portfolio under the USC 8000 Series brand.  In addition, SpiderCloud will develop custom small cell technology for Cisco. Vodafone will be the first service provider to deliver the mobile service to its enterprise customers. Additional information can be found here.

  • XL Axiata Is the First Service Provider in Asia Pacific and Japan to Implement Cisco Technologies to Transform Mobile Service Delivery in Indonesia

XL Axiata, one of the largest cellular operators in Indonesia for consumer and machine-to-machine (M2M) services, has selected Cisco® Virtualized Packet Core to deliver the network elasticity and service agility needed to support the rapid growth and ever-changing demands of today's market. By implementing Cisco Virtualized Packet Core (VPC), XL Axiata has become the first to implement the Cisco solution in Asia Pacific and Japan. Additional information can be found here.

  • Equinix Leverages Cisco’s Tail-f Network Control System to Help Make Multi-Cloud Access a Reality for Enterprise Customers Worldwide

Cisco and Equinix, Inc., the global interconnection and data center company, announced that Equinix has deployed the Cisco Tail-f Network Control System (NCS) as part of the foundational technology powering the Equinix Cloud Exchange – the Equinix Programmable Network. This technology enables the automated network and service provisioning for cloud providers and their enterprise customers that Cloud Exchange has become known for. Tail-f Systems, now part of Cisco, provides multi-vendor service orchestration and network automation solutions based on NETCONF and YANG. Additional information can be found here.