RADCOM Announces General Availability of MaveriQ A+

February 27, 2017

Breakthrough Microservice Architecture, Boosting Performance for CSPs to Assure Customer Experience Across Virtual and Hybrid Networks

TEL AVIV, Israel – February 27, 2017 – RADCOM Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDCM) today announces general availability of its MaveriQ A+ release. This release is fully integrated with the ECOMP platform created by AT&T, which is now part of ONAP (Open Network Automation Platform). MaveriQ is also now integrated with OSM (Open Source MANO), thus covering the leading open source orchestration and automation programs. MaveriQ A+ is based on a scalable microservice architecture designed to meet the challenges of multi-terabit Tier 1 networks by delivering redundancy, resiliency, and high availability, all contained in a cloud-native, cost-efficient, virtualized solution. With a rich application portfolio that includes video streaming QoE, roaming analytics, and OTT applications analysis, MaveriQ A+ offers real-time business insight into network and service performance to enable CSPs to assure customer experience, and to optimize customer touchpoints, as they transition to NFV.

“With the general availability of MaveriQ A+, we now offer CSPs a hardened, top-tier carrier-grade virtualized service assurance solution; furthermore by working with ECOMP and OSM, we cover a significant part of the NFV open source activities to-date.” said Rami Amit, RADCOM’s Chief Technology Officer and Head of Product. “Our extensive solution combines innovative technology with large-scale deployment expertise. RADCOM’s vast experience working globally with all our customers, including our work with AT&T, leads us to believe that MaveriQ is the best and most secure choice for CSPs to assure customer experience as they gradually transition to NFV.” Rami continued, “MaveriQ’s advanced orchestration scenarios effect automatic assurance on-boarding in minutes, and deliver on-demand probing and auto-scaling. Without constant manual intervention or the attendant OPEX, network traffic is monitored across all network services 24/7. This results in deep, relevant insights that point CSPs to where they can best adjust to increase the quality of service and customer experience, and quickly remedy problems.”

As already announced, RADCOM’s MaveriQ suite supports AT&T’s migration to NFV, and is a key component of their network transformation efforts, with tight integration of MaveriQ functions into their network through ECOMP. MaveriQ A+ includes the high levels of automation, performance, scalability and business features that top-tier CSPs need as they migrate to NFV.

RADCOM will demo the virtualized MaveriQ A+ solution integrated with NFV orchestration at this year’s Mobile World Congress, Hall 2, Stand 2D60, from February 27 to March 2, 2017. To schedule a meeting, contact DanaF@radcom.com.

For additional information about our upcoming demo at MWC, click here.


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RADCOM (NASDAQ: RDCM) is a first-mover and leading provider of NFV-ready service assurance and customer experience management solutions for Communications Service Providers (CSPs). RADCOM’s MaveriQ software continuously monitors network performance and quality of services to optimize user experience for CSPs’ subscribers. RADCOM specializes in solutions for next-generation mobile and fixed networks, including LTE, VoLTE, IMS and others. By assuring physical, NFV-based and hybrid networks, MaveriQ enables CSPs to smoothly migrate their networks to NFV. For more information, please visit www.radcom.com.

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