BROWSING: QoS

Nextivity Webinar: The New Gold Standard for Resolving Poor Cellular Coverage in Large Buildings and Complexes

Cincinnati-based solution integrator, Powernet, has installed big iron DAS in large commercial facilities and multi-dwelling units. While valuing the robust and reliable QoS of this technology, integrators have to frequently overcome the challenge of a costly solution & lengthy installation time of traditional active...

Rohde & Schwarz White Paper: An introduction to interference hunting

Interference in the Radio Access Network is ubiquitous and becoming more critical as the deployment of the latest cellular standards brings increased sensitivity and subsequent degradation of network capacity and subscriber Quality of Experience. The rapid rise in both the prevalence and the importance...

Capgemini Engineering White Paper: Intelligent 5G L2 MAC Scheduler

Capgemini Engineering along with it’s 5G partner ecosystem, has developed a cognitive 5G Medium Access Controller (MAC), which is first in series of activities planned as part of Capgemini’s Project Marconi. Project Marconi includes a series of innovations targeted towards realizing cognitive capabilities as...

The 2021 In-Building Wireless Report

Wireless connectivity has never been as crucial to as many people as it is today. In a new world shaped by social distancing, wireless capabilities have transcended convenience and become the primary fabric of human interaction. As recently as 2016, ABI Research reported that more...

Altran White Paper: The Adoption of Private Networks For Enterprises

5G is a double-edged sword. On one side, it brings a new set of functionalities that will drive demand for more connectivity and even more critical and vital applications. This includes seamless mobility and connectivity with top Quality of Services (QoS)/Quality of Experience (QoE),...

Inside the Boingo Wireless NOC

Boingo NOC is "nerve center" of company's global operations Inside the Boingo Wireless offices in Los Angeles, California, a team of experts man the company's network operations center 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, monitoring nearly 300,000 network elements,...

Analyst Angle: 14 benefits of managed Wi-Fi

There are many benefits to outsourcing the management of your Wi-Fi network to experts, just as there are many advantages of outsourcing services for data storage, security services, software tools, and other services. Let’s explore these benefits in more detail. First group of benefits: Costs...

5G has Arrived: Anokiwave’s silicon ICs are enabling significant cost and technical advantages

  5G has arrived. One consequence will be the largest volume of millimeter-wave (mmW) ICs ever produced! A radical use case evolution is happening to make ubiquitous 5G possible by harnessing mmW spectrum to increase data speeds by orders of magnitude. Verizon launched its fixed wireless...

3 ways network operators can capture 5G success (Reality Check)

Smartphone usage. Voluminous streaming data. Multiple mobile devices tethered together. All of these activities are expected to have much smoother connections once 5G is rolled out. Because it’s touted as the answer to latency or slow speeds, network operators are anxious to get started...

Achieving QoS and QoE in a SD-WAN environment (Reader Forum)

It’s well accepted that quality of service (QoS) is essential in a network environment, allowing network managers to “provide different priority to different applications, users, or data flows, or to guarantee a certain level of performance to a data flow,” according to the Wikipedia...

Cambridge Consultants webinar: How AI will transform telecoms

AI and machine learning will impact every aspect of telecommunications - neither hype or concerns should be ignored. The fact the sector is highly digitalised and driven by strong competition will result in it being an AI pioneer, driving significant value across the supply chain. Join...

Why AI is essential to success in Industrial IoT

  Networks are being significantly impacted by the commoditisation of hardware and the migration of functionality and value to software. This dramatically increases network complexity, but more importantly gives carriers an opportunity to gain a competitive advantage through disruptive new services. One lucrative new market that...

Software bugs leave Cisco devices vulnerable to exploitation

Cisco issues patches to address software vulnerabilities Cisco recently released patches for 34 vulnerabilities, including three critical remote code execution flaws, with the majority impacting its IOS and IOS XE networking software. The security firm Embedi first discovered one of the more serious software flaws, dubbed...

Vonage extends SD-WAN to small and medium-sized businesses

Vonage brings SmartWAN to Cloud PBX platform Service provider Vonage announced it has expanded its SD-WAN solution, SmartWAN, to its proprietary Cloud PBX platform, providing availability to small and medium-size business (SMB) customers using the Vonage Business Cloud. SMBs are now able to run their...

Service assurance, test and measurement for gigabit LTE

The rapid adoption of gigabit LTE on the path to 5G is one of several mega-trends shaping the way carriers plan, deploy, monitor and manage networks. The telecom industry is undergoing major transitions including the move from physical to hybrid to virtual networks built...

NB-IoT and LTE CAT-M1 field measurements and SLA verification

  Internet of Things (IoT) is today’s megatrend in wireless communication industry. Machine to machine wireless connectivity is being adopted in various verticals at increasing pace. Number of IoT devices deployed by 2020 is expected to increase to ~20 Billion. Cellular IoT (CIoT) is defined as...

ZTE Global Service Orchestration helps operators’ digital transformation

In the context of ICT convergence, with the help of SDN/NFV, telecom operation is transforming from relatively simple traditional telecom services operation to a digital one. Consequently, the SDN/NFV-based new telecom network is re-architecting network infrastructure, network function, and operation. With the accelerated advent...

How to ensure a successful SDN deployment

How to ensure a successful SDN deployment Software-defined networking (SDN) is a way to centrally control physical and virtual network devices, including routes, switches and gateways, in a datacenter. The aim of the idea is to provide networks with greater agility, speed and security....

Analyst Angle: QoS for successful converged networks

Editor’s Note: Welcome to Analyst Angle. We’ve collected a group of the industry’s leading analysts to give their outlook on the hot topics in the wireless industry. Background Whether on cellular or Wi-Fi networks, customers want the best connected experience at the best price. They expect...

Reader Forum: 5G investments for mobile operators – ensuring speed and services to promote new revenue

The 5G ecosystem will require greater collaboration between providers and users and more flexibility on billing options. Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something meaningful to say to...

Reader Forum: 4 reasons why you should move your contact center to the cloud

Improved CEM, disaster recovery, business continuity, scalability and cost cited as reasons to move a contact center to the cloud. Editor’s Note: In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this Reader Forum for those with something...

Centralize QoS tools to gain efficiency and competitiveness (sponsored content)

As virtualization, VoLTE and more add network complexity, make QoS simple Telecom—and all the industries it touches—stands on the precipice of a foundational transformation. Consumer demand for mobile video is exploding and enterprises are looking to embrace the full promise of the Internet of Things....

Analyst Angle: It’s about APPU and QoE, not ARPU

Summary Traditionally, average revenue per user (ARPU) has been one of the key metrics used to measure service providers’ (SP) financial performance. Increased competition has been putting downward pressure on ARPU, resulting in declining earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA). In parallel, the...

Reader Forum: How improving network QoE can help providers anticipate challenges of tomorrow

Mosaik sees a growing need for providers to look beyond QoS and towards QoE Quality of service is a top priority these days, but as providers struggle to manage complex customer relationships across disparate wireless networks and a variety of devices, the message from consumers...

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