The issue of mobile network signaling will be the focus of an entire day at the upcoming LTE North America 2013 conference (November 20-22 at the Westin Galleria in Dallas, Texas), and the SEVEN Networks team will be there.
The Signaling Focus Day at the conference, on November 20, will give attendees the opportunity to participate in interactive learning sessions to gain a deeper understanding of the issues and challenges of mobile network signaling.
SEVEN Networks will be addressing app-related signaling in an afternoon panel discussion titled “Managing the Impact of ‘Chatty’ Apps and Devices Upon 4G Networks,” which features Ross Bott, CEO of SEVEN Networks and Monica Paolini, President of Senza Fili Consulting among the panelists. Additional panelists will be announced shortly.
The panel discussion will explore the issues and ramifications stemming from excessive mobile signaling traffic, which stresses network resources, increases operator costs, and adversely impacts the subscriber experience.
Ross will discuss the advantages of stopping unnecessary signaling at the source – the mobile handset. Compared to other solutions that manage mobile data traffic from inside the core network – a software presence on the handset enhances network efficiency by optimizing signaling before it can impact the network.
A variety of SEVEN team members will be on hand during the entire three-day event to meet with wireless carriers and potential partners. Please be sure to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a meeting time with SEVEN Networks during the conference. Those interested in speaking with SEVEN Networks more informally are invited to stop by our exhibition pod on Signaling Focus Day.
If you have not yet registered for the conference, but would like to attend, we can provide promotion codes for a limited number of free (for carriers) and discounted (for partners/potential partners) conference passes. Availability is limited, so if you are interested in this offer, please contact us as soon as possible.
We hope to see you there!