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Andrew Silver, Co-Founder and CTO at Tango Networks

A company co-founder, Andrew Silver now serves as Tango Networks’ Chief Technology Officer. Silver is an entrepreneur and business technologist who has held senior management and director roles in large and small wireless companies including Ericsson, Nortel Networks, Comverse and Spatial Wireless. He is an accomplished speaker at wireless industry forums and has been granted more than 50 patents in wireless communications systems. Silver holds an electrical engineering degree and an MBA from McGill University.

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Fixed-Mobile Convergence paves the way toward the micro-services future and the ‘Market of One’

Mobile communications services and the mobile phone are now the pervasive, dominant communications tools for consumers and business users alike.

And innovations such as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT) and Private LTE in combination with the new generation of Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) promise to create even more compelling use cases for mobile communications.

What will that future look like?

Fixed-Mobile Convergence evolves to become the centerpiece of business communications

The promise of Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) was realized only partially at best in the last generation of mobile technologies. But now the new generation of FMC based on native mobile services is radically transforming how business users communicate and even where and how work is conducted.

To explore how this communications revolution came about, it’s helpful to look at the roots of mobile...

Connect the Green Button: three keys for mobile-enabling your enterprise workforce

Mobile phones are now overwhelmingly the devices of choice for most communications. 

Almost two years ago, mobile phones eclipsed landlines among consumers in the United States.

And the same revolution of cord-cutting is taking place in enterprises.  Among many examples, accounting giant PwC went “mobile first” with its 18,000 employees in the UK last summer. 

The Mobile Unified Communications Challenge

The telecoms and mobility markets so far in 2018 have been deluged with"mobile UC as a service" (mUCaaS) types of offerings from virtually every quarter. Enterprise markets are primed for mobile network operators who can offer new services that solve genuine enterprise business problems by bundling mobility with UC.

Achieving  Mobile Enterprise Security

 Got mobile? If you are like most businesses looking for an edge (becoming more productive, increasing customer engagement) you are evaluating migrating to a ‘mobile first’ strategy so that your employees can access the business applications they need for daily job functions as well as communicate with customers and colleagues whenever, wherever. It’s easy to just focus on ‘making it work’ as...


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