NetNumber Signaling Expert to Share Strategies for Simplifying Signaling Complexity at LTE Africa 2014

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NetNumber lead architect Pieter Veenstra to provide insights into how carriers can simplifying signaling complexity in their core networks.

NetNumber Lead Architect Pieter Veenstra

Pieter Veenstra, a recognized SS7 and IMS expert from NetNumber with 30 years of Telco experience, will deliver a presentation entitled “How to Simplify LTE Routing and Signaling Complexity” at this month’s LTE Africa 2014.

Mr. Veenstra will speak on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 12:40 pm Local Time.

LTE Africa 2014
Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)
Cape Town, South Africa

In his remarks, Mr. Veenstra will examine the dramatic increase in signaling complexity when SIP, ENUM and DIAMETER functions are added to the existing SS7/C7 signaling network for IMS/LTE support. He will propose a paradigm shift to a Centralized Signaling and Routing Control (CSRC) model, which can resolve this signaling surge. Mr. Veenstra also will review the technical and business benefits of a CSRC network strategy, including helping operators simplify their OSS/BSS services. Finally, he will address how NetNumber’s TITAN can help operators with the implementation of Voice-over-WiFi (VoWiFi) as a useful supplement to their Voice-over-LTE (VoLTE) service.

Meet NetNumber executives at Pod #3 on the exhibit floor at LTE Africa 2014. To schedule a meeting, contact Kim Gibbons, kgibbons(at)netnumber(dot)com

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About NetNumber
NetNumber, Inc. brings 14 years of experience delivering innovative signaling control solutions that enable carriers to accelerate implementation of new services across multiple generations of networks, while dramatically simplifying the core network and reducing operating costs. Today, we are the leading provider of converged signaling, routing and database services to the global communications industry. Visit for more information.

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