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Impact of Mobile Advanced Voice (VoLTE, VoWiFi) on operator’s network deployment and revenues (Hosted by RCR Wireless)

  • 14 août 2015

Nandan Naik

Product Line Manager, EXFO Service Assurance

Nandan Naik brings to EXFO over 13 years of international experience in 3GPP Mobile and RAN products, with a keen acumen in LTE, 3GPP HSPA, EDGE and GPS protocols. Nandan started his career in software engineering at Motorola India in September 2001, and has gained extensive experience over the past several years through various positions in systems engineering and integration, field application engineering, product management and customer relations.

Prior to joining EXFO, he was a Product Manager at Spirent Communications, and prior to that he held the position of Senior Wireless Architect at Sycamore Networks. In his role as Product Line Manager at EXFO, Nandan works in direct partnership with wireless technology and product teams tasked with managing, architecting, mentoring, leading and engineering innovations. Nandan holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Mysore in India.

Operators are increasingly turning to VoLTE and WiFi Calling (VoWiFi) to protect their lucrative voice business against the ever increasing rise of “free” over the top (OTT) applications. The challenges they are facing relate to various deployment phases, including network rollout, beta trials leading to commercial deployments and network optimization with focus on coverage, signaling, audio quality and handovers.

How have VoLTE and VoWiFi deployment strategies evolved from work process automation challenges faced by operators in the field?

Register for this webinar to learn how you can optimize quality of service and experience by continuously monitoring, assuring, segmenting and troubleshooting VoLTE and VoWiFi deployments via Smart-device probes.