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The Third Network Vision’s Service Assurance Pillar is Key to Enabling Multi-Operator Networks

10/13/2015 |
Christopher Cullan

The MEF’s Third Network Vision creates a framework for a new, dynamic service environment within the networking services industry – one that leads communications service providers (CSPs) in the transition to agile, assured and orchestrated communications services, in order to accelerate time-to-revenue, time-to-market and cost efficiencies. This vision is by no means a mono-operator vision, […]

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A Guiding “Bill of Rights” for Enterprises Looking to Adopt SD-WAN

10/06/2015 |
Oscar Olvera Irigoyen

As enterprises today adopt emerging business applications, many are finding that static, legacy WAN infrastructure and traffic management practices limit their value, and aren’t well-suited to meet current connectivity and application performance demands. To tackle these challenges, network managers are looking for dynamic mechanisms to optimally use available WAN links for infrastructure resiliency and bandwidth […]

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How Multi-Vendor Radio Access Network Configuration Audits Reduce OPEX & Improve QoS

10/01/2015 |
Affandy Johan

Even as mobile operators rapidly evolve their technology and serve growing subscriber bases, they aren’t automatically guaranteed revenue gains. Networks today may serve a wide range of subscribers with service that is more advanced, reliable and fast, but they’re also more complex, with both legacy and new systems (4G and LTE). If these networks aren’t […]

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3 Keys to Improving Enterprise Application Performance and the Business User Experience

09/10/2015 |
Hein Pattyn

 After years of getting closer to it, IT departments have finally reached the ‘App Impasse.’ The writing was on the wall as soon as enterprises embraced shadow IT – employees taking preferred technology from their personal lives and deploying it in their workplaces – and turned it into institutionalized Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policies. There’s now an […]

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What the 2016 Olympics Will Teach Us About Mobile Network Performance Management

09/02/2015 |
Sergio Zveibil

Subscribers, subscribers, subscribers. In the telecommunications industry, the word “subscribers” is often at the center of the conversation, and for good reason. With mobile markets becoming more saturated, it’s more important than ever for mobile operators to hold on to the subscribers that they already have. It is during times of high mobile data traffic […]

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Mobile Network Performance Management in Action at CTIA Super Mobility 2015

08/31/2015 |
Sergio Zveibil

Mobile operators now have the ability to monitor service quality at the subscriber level, rather than just at the network level, and those that do so are able to provide a better quality of experience (QoE) for their VIP subscribers. This marks a dramatic difference from how service assurance previously functioned, when visibility was limited […]

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SD-WAN & Hybrid WAN Architectures: The Roles of Each in the Enterprise

08/27/2015 |
Matthieu Silbermann

Recently, I read an interesting article from Dan Conde, an analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group, about why software-defined WAN technologies (SD-WAN) are poised to meet the needs of changing, complex enterprise IT environments. Dan’s Network Computing piece, “SD-WAN: The Killer App For Enterprise SDN?”, goes on to mention InfoVista as a player in this space. […]

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InfoVista’s Application Performance Momentum Continues in Virtualization Domain

08/04/2015 |
Matthieu Silbermann

In April 2015, InfoVista announced its acquisition of Ipanema Technologies, an industry leader in guaranteeing application performance across enterprises’ large and complex networks. The acquisition enables InfoVista to provide this global business audience as well as communications service providers (CSPs) with actionable visibility and in-depth information on application performance over hybrid networks. Now part of […]

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