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Mavenir Supports RCS for MetroPCS

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RICHARDSON, Texas -- Mavenir Systems( http://www.mavenir.com), a leading innovator of mobile infrastructure solutions for 4G LTE operators, announced today that it provided MetroPCS with its suite of application servers to support the world's first commercial launch of Rich Communication Services (RCS) on a 4G LTE network, based on the GSMA 5.0 standard.

Mavenir's VoLTE solution, launched commercially by MetroPCS earlier this year, is a platform that helps MetroPCS leverage the investment in its 4G LTE network and quickly offer differentiated services and new value to its customers.

Under the GSMA-licensed joyn(TM) brand, MetroPCS' RCS platform is deployed with Mavenir's IMS core and application servers, and will deliver an experience beyond voice and basic messaging to provide customers with a unified and intuitive way to use enriched services such as group instant messaging or chat, WiFi calling and video over WiFi calling, as well as simplified content sharing. joyn by MetroPCS is currently available on the Samsung Galaxy Attain(TM) 4G.

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