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InfoVista Unveils Mobile Network Experience Optimization Solution

02/26/2015 |
Andre Sequerah

Mobile operators today are in a constant battle to meet subscribers’ quality of service (QoS) expectations, while also keeping network costs as low as possible. This balance has been made even more challenging by subscribers’ increasing mobile data usage (global mobile data traffic grew 69% in 2014) and by mobile operators’ tendency to implement multi-vendor […]

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The Criticality of Public Safety Network Planning Today

02/23/2015 |
Jason Suplita

Over the last few years, significant advancements have been made to the U.S.’s public safety networks, and for good reason. FirstNet, a U.S. government agency designed to support first responder communications, was tasked with standardizing the design process for its new, LTE-based public safety network. With the help of InfoVista’s network planning technology, FirstNet is […]

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VoLTE: A Prime Case for Cross-Domain Mobile Network Performance Management

02/17/2015 |
Sergio Zveibil

A mobile operator’s work is never done. The telco industry is evolving rapidly, requiring mobile operators to juggle activities like ensuring a high quality of experience (QoE) for end users and troubleshooting ongoing mobile network performance, all while managing new technology roll-outs (e.g. LTE, C-RAN and even 5G), keeping up with the latest network standards […]

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InfoVista Receives 2014 Mobility Tech Zone Wireless Backhaul Distinction Award

02/02/2015 |
Affandy Johan

As wireless technology evolves to 4G, LTE and beyond, we are seeing the demand for mobile data follow suit. With the exponential rise in traffic, it is essential that mobile operators continuously optimize their legacy and next-generation networks in order to ensure the consistent delivery of a high end-user quality of experience (QoE). At the […]

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Two Keys to Maximizing Carrier Ethernet Service Revenues

01/27/2015 |
Christopher Cullan

The Carrier Ethernet market is a proven revenue-driver for communications service providers (CSPs), and by all accounts, it will continue to be so in the coming years. By 2017, the Carrier Ethernet market is expected to be worth $100 billion, and by one year later, revenue from these services is predicted to be 300 percent […]

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5 Steps to Realize the Benefits of NFV and SDN Transitions

01/07/2015 |
Cyril Doussau

Increasing the speed of service activation, alongside optimizing network services pricing is still causing headaches for communications service providers (CSPs). Incremental network technology improvements and other tactics haven’t quite been able to cut it, and CSPs are looking toward new technologies such as network functions virtualization (NFV) and software defined networking (SDN) to bridge the […]

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Is End-to-End Mobile Service Assurance Enough to Keep Billions of Subscribers Happy?

12/17/2014 |
Sergio Zveibil

In the last four years alone, more than 1 billion people have gained mobile network access, bringing the global total to 3.2 billion mobile subscribers – nearly half the world’s population. And we’re only about another four years away from crossing the next significant milestone – 4 billion global subscribers. Historically, this rapidly growing landscape […]

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Troubleshooting Your RF Network Where and When it Matters Most

12/01/2014 |
Affandy Johan

Today’s mobile networks are increasingly dense, complex and heterogeneous, thanks in large part to the trend toward virtualization. In addition, operators must consider the burden of ongoing, exponential mobile data traffic growth on their networks.

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