TEL AVIV, Israel – May 24, 2016 –RADCOM Ltd (NASDAQ: RDCM), today announced its participation at the 4th Annual Network Virtualization & SDN Europe conference to be held at the Novotel Madrid Centre, Spain from May 31 to June 2, 2016.
RADCOM’s Senior Director of Product Management, Tomer Ilan, will be presenting a keynote at the event, “Assuring the transition from physical to NFV-based networks”, on Thursday June 2 at 10:00 a.m. In his keynote Tomer will be covering;
- Best practices for monitoring NFV-based networks
- Service assurance for hybrid networks – VNFs and PNFs
- Real-life NFV network use cases for CEM
RADCOM will be located at Stand 9 in the Novotel Madrid Centre. Feel free to visit us. To schedule a meeting ahead of time please contact: Mark Rolston via email email@example.com.
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 software – MaveriQ – 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. MaveriQ enables CSPs to smoothly migrate their networks to NFV by assuring physical, NFV-based and hybrid networks. For more information, please visit www.radcom.com.
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