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Meet MYCOM at Mobile World Congress 2014

MYCOM to showcase latest 'Intelligent' Network Performance Management solutions

London, UK - 30th January 2014 - MYCOM, the leading independent provider of carrier-grade Service and Network Performance solutions, today announced its participation at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on 24 - 27 February 2014.

At the event, MYCOM will showcase its award-winning NIMS-PrOptima™ network and service performance management solutions and discuss its advanced telecom network engineering services capabilities.

MYCOM executives attending Mobile World Congress (MWC) include:

  • Payam Taaghol, President, and Mounir Ladki, CTO, of MYCOM's Software Product division who will be discussing MYCOM's latest customer wins and deployments, as well as key initiatives around M2M, SOC/NOC, Customer Experience, Automated Service Assurance and Proactive Network & Service Performance Management
  • Alfred Binford, President and CEO of MYCOM's Advanced Engineering Services division who will be available to discuss customer successes around end-to-end infrastructure deployment of DAS, Small Cells and LTE networks for some of the world's largest Communications Service Providers

Technical experts will also be on hand to demonstrate NIMS-PrOptima™ and show how Communications Service Providers can deploy new, more intelligent network performance management use cases that enable them to:

  • Visualize correlated near real-time dashboards (5 minutes) across the entire RAN, Transmission/Backhaul, Core and Service networks for SOC/NOC and Management
  • Predict degradations before they impact network quality or become faults
  • Automate processes and autonomously optimize network degradations, such as: alleviating cell outages; correcting equipment parameters; stabilizing microwave backhaul; and RAN load balancing
  • Directly connect service performance and customer experience to network equipment
  • Manage performance of multiple HetNet technologies (2G, 3G, LTE, DAS, small cells, Wi-Fi) as one homogenous network
  • Use automation to reduce mean time to problem identification, repair and recovery
  • Govern Network Equipment Vendor proof-of-delivery and Managed Service Provider SLAs
  • Enable application developers with network intelligence such as for M2M applications

To pre-arrange an appointment at MWC with MYCOM, please contact Pauline Ashenden ([email protected]).

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About MYCOM
MYCOM is the leading independent provider of carrier-grade Network and Services Performance Management and Advance Engineering Services to the world's largest Communications Service Providers. Its products, services and 700 staff are focused on delivering advanced network performance intelligence that enables CSPs to optimize networks, govern suppliers, rapidly launch new technology and services, and deliver high quality customer experiences.

MYCOM's NIMS-PrOptima™ product is used every day by thousands of engineers to provide near real-time, end-to-end and deep insight of access, backhaul, core and service networks with out-of-the-box support of all major technologies, domains and equipment vendors. MYCOM's independent Engineering Services team has successfully partnered with leading CSPs for more than 15 years to deliver radio and core network design, planning, optimization, implementation and testing services. MYCOM's comprehensive knowledge and expertise is encapsulated in its products.

MYCOM was founded in 1997 and is privately-owned with 11 offices across Europe, Middle East, Asia and the Americas.

Further information about MYCOM can be found at www.mycom.com.

Media contact:
Ian Meakin
MYCOM (UK) Ltd
+ 44 (0) 1753 213 740
[email protected]

Source: RealWire

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