Services beyond connectivity are expected to play a large role in how operators derive value from adding millions of connected vehicles to their networks, from billing and analytics to software updates and more.
RCR will examine the services side of the connected car ecosystem, including what services are currently being enabled, which ones are being developed and what the industry sees as the future of vehicle services.
Kelly Hill, Editor, RCR Wireless News
Craig Miller, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Sequans
On this webinar we will give an update on mobile backhaul solutions, and on the growth of the fronthaul market to support C-RAN deployments. The performance and cost requirements of small-cell backhaul solutions is a key topic as mobile operators start larger scale deployments. We will assess how different wireless and wireline backhaul technologies meet the requirements to support latency-sensitive types of traffic, such as voice and video, and to provide the security, QoE and capacity needed to support multiple applications. We will also discuss how backhaul traffic can be managed, and the role of testing and monitoring backhaul performance.
Monica Paolini, President and Founder, Senza Fili Consulting
Video is the dominant service that consumes the majority of bandwidth in today’s mobile networks. Performance of video, from a Quality of Experience perspective, is a fundamental concern for Network Operators. The key challenge is how the user’s perceived video quality can be measured accurately and consistently.
Rohde & Schwarz, a pioneer in mobile network video testing and developer of ITU approved methods for evaluating video quality, will present technical details on how videos are streamed in mobile networks along with the principal factors that influence the quality of video. Attendees will learn how to properly test and measure video quality, providing Network Operators with the information needed to ensure the best Quality of Experience.
Rob Wattenberg, North American Business Director, SwissQual Products at Rohde & Schwarz
One underlying tenant of the move towards virtualized platforms using NFV, SDN and cloud technologies has been the need for open source virtualization architectures that can allow for greater interoperability between vendor solutions and a broader platform for innovation.
This webinar will look at the challenges and benefits surrounding the use of open source for virtualized platforms, how the industry has juggled challenges between open source and the needs for standards, what impact open source has had on the pace of network deployments, and the use of open source in support of new service offerings like WebRTC and VoLTE.
Dan Meyer, Editor-In-Chief, RCR Wireless News
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