The three-day digital event offers the chance for the Israeli security company to showcase its products in 3D via interactive sessions with executives, demo events and meetings.
Hundreds of participants have registered for the MVC thus far to take part in an array of sessions and listen to recorded videos. These include a talk on how to increase Average Revenue per unit (ARPU) and a net promotor score (NPS) with a network-based cybersecurity program. Another item on the agenda is figuring out how to assure optimal network performance and utilization via granular analytics and web traffic control.
“When MWC 202 was canceled we decided to launch Allot MVC so that our customers and partners would not miss out on the opportunity to see the value we can bring them,” said Vered Zur, vice-president of marketing at Allot.
The Israeli company offers a suite of security products designed to allow telecom companies and other communication providers to weave together network-based security, home gateway security and Internet of Things security.
With the help of Allot’s technology, service providers are able to provide an added level of cybersecurity to protect devices.