Meet with SEVEN Networks at Mobile World Congress 2014

The Mobile World Congress Conference for 2014 is nearly upon us. Running from February 24-27 in Barcelona, Spain, this year’s event promises to be a perfect venue for attendees to speak to mobile industry product and service providers, and learn more about the latest technology developments, current trends, and strategic growth initiatives.

SEVEN Networks will be there – meeting with mobile carriers and prospective partners, and discussing the latest developments related to SEVEN’s Open Channel product line. These include Signaling Optimization, Policy Enforcement, Seamless Mobility, and Wi-Fi QoE. Open Channel products provide intelligent on-device mobile traffic management and optimization for wireless carriers.

Members of the SEVEN Networks team will be available in our meeting room throughout the four-day event. If you would like to schedule an appointment to meet with us, please email us at

We hope to see you there!

About SEVEN Networks

SEVEN Networks software solutions deliver device-centric mobile traffic management and analytics for wireless carriers. Extending control from the network to the mobile client gives operators the power to manage and optimize data traffic before it impacts the network. Device-based analytics offer deeper and timelier insight than solutions that are solely network based. SEVEN’s Open Channel products reduce operator costs, increase efficiency in the use of wireless infrastructure, and enhance end-user experience. They bring immediate capacity relief to overloaded networks, simplify the creation of innovative new service plans, and provide actionable intelligence for mobile carriers.
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