Openwave Mobility Completes Integration with Enea

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Enea’s new division will be called Enea Openwave 

STOCKHOLM – November 22 2019 – Following Openwave Mobility’s successful integration, today Enea unveiled its latest division: Enea Openwave. Thanks to the synergy between Openwave and Enea, operators now have access to an award-winning portfolio of 4G and 5G technologies that spans the mobile network from the edge to the core – a significant proposition.

Enea’s mobile core software solutions in 5G data management include a 5G common data layer and a unified data manager. On the user plane they include network intelligence, video traffic management, and transmission control protocol (TCP) acceleration.

John Giere, President of Enea Openwave said: “This week marks an exciting new chapter in our company’s journey. Our 5G data management and video traffic management technologies combined with Enea’s software and virtualization expertise now give 4G and 5G operators a real edge. Enea has been fully committed to our product roadmap and strongly believes in our innovative and agile culture. This close-knit integration will have an amazingly positive impact on mobile operators.”


About Enea

Enea is a world-leading supplier of innovative software components for telecommunications and cybersecurity. Focus areas are cloud-native, 5G-ready products for mobile core, network virtualization, and traffic intelligence. More than 3 billion people around the globe already rely on Enea technologies in their daily lives. Enea is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

About Enea Openwave

Enea Openwave provides mobile operators with 5G-ready products for the mobile core. Our Traffic Management Solutions alleviate RAN congestion, accelerate video delivery, and maximize subscriber QOE. Our 5G Data Management Solutions provide a common data layer to unify subscriber and session data across network functions.

Enea Openwave has deployed its solutions in 8 out of the 10 largest mobile operator groups in the world. Today the company has a footprint of over 3 billion subscribers.