TIM Brazil Debuts VoLTE/ViLTE & WiFi Calling Service Ahead of Rio 2016 Olympics

2 August 2016
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TIM Brazil Debuts VoLTE/ViLTE & WiFi Calling Service Ahead of Rio 2016 Olympics Image Credit: www.olympic.org

Ahead of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, TIM Brazil has launced VoLTE/ViLTE and VoWiFi services in the capital city, Rio De Janeiro to enable its 4G customers and international visitors to the games to enjoy HD audio and video calls with instant call connection and seamless handover. The second largest mobile operator in Brazil, serving 75 million subscribers held a media conference to demonstrate the NFV-based 4G HD audio and video communication. 

The Operator has worked with Huawei for the cloud-based next generation 4G communication services that are aimed at improving the communication experience for the Rio Olympics. TIM Brazil deployed Huawei CloudCore solution for to support the services. The deployment includes CloudIMS, the universal E9000 hardware, and FusionSphere-OpenStack Cloud OS. 

This will effectively deal with traffic surges that may occur during the Olympic events, said Huawei.

Huang Hailin, Vice President of Huawei Brazil 
Collaboration with TIM Brazil to upgrade the telecom infrastructure has been an honor. Using a variety of advanced technologies, we have ensured communication during major events and prepared the networks for voice and data traffic surges. We also offer Key Event Assurance services developed using cutting-edge methodologies. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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