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Mobile operators are transforming their networks into open, standardized Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platforms, enabling new applications and further accelerating digital transformation. Exposing network services externally to enterprises and app developers enables new services and also improves user experience and security for existing applications.

With MEC (Multi-Access Edge Computing), enterprises can now cloudify applications that require low latency, data privacy, or extended security. NaaS APIs such as Quality of Demand, Device Location, Number Verification and SIM Swap, as well as those for marketing and business related services, enable exciting new applications that benefit from having direct access to network resources.

Doug Makishima, Advisor for MEF moderates an expert panel featuring Mark Cornall, Technical Director at the GSMA, Markus Kuemmerle, Chair of Outreach Committee at CAMARA,  Alicia Miller, Network API Ecosystem Development Lead at Verizon and Ivan Ostojić, Chief Business Officer at Infobip.

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