Service Providers are increasingly leveraging analytics tools to monitor their networks, improve customer experience and identify opportunities for revenue growth. As traffic volumes surge to unprecedented levels, service providers are faced with significant financial and operational challenges in scaling their analytics infrastructure.
The Network Packet Broker (NPB) industry evolved specifically to address this challenge. NPBs mediate between the network and the analytics infrastructure by aggregating, replicating and engineering traffic flows, allowing service providers to scale their analytics infrastructure at lower cost and without disruption.
In this webinar, you will learn the following:
· The changing perspective among service providers of analytics infrastructure as essential rather than optional
· The network visibility challenge – Managing the cost and disruption associated with scaling the analytics infrastructure
· Limitations of legacy approaches to traffic aggregation for Analytics
· The role of Network Packet Brokers (NPB) in addressing the network visibility challenge
· Evolution of NPB architectures in the realm of the New IP
Who should attend:
Network administrators, operations and security staff, and anyone managing service provider analytics infrastructure.
Scott Heinlein, Marketing Director, Service Provider, Brocade
Mukund Srigopal, Product Marketing Manager, Network Visibility, Brocade
Tower assets are consolidating as the carriers sell their portfolios and independent tower owners sell to larger companies. Meanwhile the service industry is also consolidating as providers seek efficiency and scale.
This webinar will look at how these changes impact spending, hiring and network planning. Tower industry executives and infrastructure service providers share insight on industry trends and opportunities.
What You Will Learn:
1. How do the carriers differ in their approaches to contracting with infrastructure services providers?
2. Contract wins: industry sources share insight into who’s working together
3. How are changes in tower and antenna technology impacting the wireless infrastructure services business?
4. How can vendors and service providers leverage the emerging enterprise demand for wireless equipment?
Who Should Attend:
1. Carrier network planning professionals
2. Wireless infrastructure services professionals
3. Human resources professionals and recruiters
4. Investors who follow tower and infrastructure companies
It’s no surprise that long-term evolution (LTE) networks are quickly becoming the global norm for wireless communications. With significantly higher data speed than 3G, LTE unlocks the power of our mobile devices that are an increasingly important part of our lives, both at work and play. This webinar will give you an insight into the multiple techniques available today to help you increase capacity and throughput in your LTE network.
Holger Raeder, Product Line Manager-Base Station Antenna Systems, CommScope
Radio Access Networks (RAN) have evolved considerable from the traditional “macro” access networks of the past. Today, the ability to cost-efficiently address network issues around capacity, coverage and quality has become a reality with the successful implementation of small cells, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and Remote Radio Heads (RRH). Remote Radio Heads in particular, play a special role and are helping to drive the “densification” of mobile networks allowing mobile operators to keep up with the heavy traffic demands brought on by 4G/LTE, and continuing with 5G in the future.
In this webinar, we will look at the forces behind the evolving wireless access network and the role the remote radio head is playing in this transformation.
Craig Stanziano, President, Distributed Wireless Group
Jeremy Cline, Applications Engineer, Rohde & Schwarz
Roger Paje, VP of Global Sales, Absolute Analysis
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