IPX Reach and Connectivity Are Critical Elements for Enabling the Next Era of Mobile

Filed in LTE, Roaming by on August 27, 2014 0 Comments

IPX (Internetwork Packet Exchange) has emerged as a critical technology in enabling the next chapter of mobile. Its capability to serve as a bridge to LTE and other advanced networks offers a huge opportunity for mobile network operators as well as enterprises to reshape the mobile experience.

In a new feature in Global Telecoms Business magazine, “IPX reach and connectivity are critical elements for enabling the next era of mobile,” I explain Syniverse’s IPX vision and how the new wave of services that today’s mobile users are demanding will rely on IPX connections with wide global coverage and maximum connectivity to operators and networks around the world.

I invite you to peruse the article to find out how Syniverse and the industry are preparing to meet these demands. And if you have any thoughts or questions on the new IPX-powered era of mobile, please share them in a comment.


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John Wick serves as Senior Vice President and General Manager, Connectivity and Mobility Services, and is responsible for the management and growth of Syniverse's next-generation networks, messaging, and policy and charging lines of business, as well as for the product and software development across these lines of business. John joined Syniverse in 1993, and over his tenure he has held a number of management positions in the operations, research and development, technology, business development, and product management groups. Prior to joining Syniverse, he was a systems integrator with Verizon and, earlier, an electronic communications and switching systems technician for the U.S. Air Force, for which he was stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany, and San Antonio, Texas. John earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in business from Nova Southeastern University. He also holds an associate's degree in electronic engineering technology from the Community College of the Air Force, and he is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.

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