Monthly Archives August 2016

Recently, a tier 1 service operator in Brazil was faced with the challenge of assuring that the customer experience for all mobile 2G, 3G, and LTE traffic was top quality during the rapidly approaching Rio Olympics. Prior to the games, they had seen network-wide latency issues which were causing problems with their customers’ call quality, such as slow response times and reduced […]

Today’s dynamic lifestyle-connected customer uses a myriad of services and applications and therefore demands a high level of Quality of Service/Quality of Experience (QOS/QOE) delivered to their mobile phones, tablets, laptops, and other network end points. With Ethernet being a primary transport and congregation point for all this data, it is imperative to assure the […]

Locating an interference source is nothing short of finding a needle in a haystack. From a service provider perspective, RF interference is much more than a nuisance. If it is not eliminated, it can negatively impact service providers’ CAPEX, and OPEX, and can cause subscriber churn. In a recent survey conducted by Nokia of 20,000 […]

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Mobile Operators face business challenges every day that often start with their biggest asset – the network. These challenges are due to massive non-uniformity, constant change in subscriber behavior, and surging demand for bandwidth-intensive services. For example, consider the demands at a train station – a train pulls up, 200 people get off and they […]

Today I am delighted to announce a major partnership between Viavi Solutions and The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL). UNH-IOL is one of the most renowned independent providers of broad-based testing and standards conformance services for the networking and data communications industry. The industry’s top equipment manufacturers and service providers work with the […]

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