Oracle to Demonstrate Market-Leading Innovation at Mobile World Congress 2011
Oracle to Showcase New Products that Help Communications Service Providers Maintain a Competitive Edge
Redwood Shores, Calif. – February 9, 2011
To help communications service providers (CSPs) meet the increasingly complex demands of the mobile market, Oracle will demonstrate its leadership and vision at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 14-17.
At the Oracle Pavilion AV #44 and at the Oracle booth #7C18 in the Exhibition Hall, Oracle will demonstrate several new innovations, including:
Several upgrades to the Oracle Communications Service Delivery product family to help CSPs support next-generation initiatives, including opening their networks to third-party developers, launching network-enabled application stores (NEAS) and supporting Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G value-added services.
Sun Netra Carrier Grade Servers, which provide new levels of performance, density and expandability, while also maintaining outstanding energy efficiency.
Oracle's Rapid Offer Design and Order Delivery solution to provide CSPs with a comprehensive order management infrastructure that enables new value-added services.
Latest innovations for Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) and Java Card, which power more than 5 billion devices worldwide, including: integration between Java ME and mobile Web runtimes, support for operator network APIs and enabling operators in emerging markets to deliver and manage on-device Java content and services.
Oracle will also demonstrate its Wireless Application Community (WAC) capable NEAS offerings in the Oracle Pavilion and WAC developer community booth.
Oracle Communications executives will speak on a multitude of topics including LTE network planning and monetization, enterprise performance management, offer delivery and cloud services and profitability.
Oracle Communications encourages attendees to follow Oracle’s presence and insight from the show on its Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages.
“Innovation and competition are quickly altering the communications landscape. At Mobile World Congress, we look forward to showcasing Oracle’s latest innovations and discussing new trends, including how wireless operators can efficiently deliver and monetize next generation networks and applications to maintain their competitive advantage,” said Dan Ford, vice president of product marketing, Oracle Communications.
Only Oracle’s software and systems span the communications industry technology landscape — from carrier-grade servers, storage and IT infrastructure, to mission-critical business and operational support systems and service delivery platforms; from business intelligence applications and retail point-of-sale solutions to the Java platform running on more than two billion mobile and handheld devices. Oracle helps 100 of the world's top 100 service providers innovate and exploit new business models, build strong, profitable customer relationships, and streamline operations. For more information, visit http://www.oracle.com/us/industries/communications/index.html
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