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Network capacity planning is an ongoing process that involves continually assessing network utilization, traffic volumes, and traffic type to identify shortcomings like performance chokepoints that can affect the end-user’s experience. Without investing in capacity planning measures, organizations risk decreased employee productivity from degraded network performance, Service-Level Agreements not being met, and ultimately a poor experience […]

Turbulent – the word most people use to describe the last 12 months. The nicely protected corporate networks have been turned inside-out by the effects of the global pandemic. Unplanned, universal remote working has put every employee outside of the trusted network perimeter, including the IT team, creating a host of new challenges – and […]

Ethernet business services including cell site backhaul, internet access, and all the flavors of virtual private networks are among the most profitable and fastest growing services at many communications service providers. The best operations teams take great care to ensure business services are high quality on delivery to eliminate costly customer disputes. Here’s a list […]

Financial institutions have felt the dramatic impact of the new working paradigm and find it is critical for employees to use Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) whenever possible and for IT to manage them effectively. The sheer volume of high-speed financial transactions every minute means that there is a need to ensure confidentiality, integrity, and availability […]

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Travel and other restrictions are preventing us from meeting you in person, but we’ve come up with the next best thing – our unique virtual roadshow! This is not just another webinar dressed up as an event – we have been working hard to bring you an online event with everything you’d expect from an […]

AI has been touted as the panacea to operators’ network complexity woes. By deploying AI applications for the radio access network (RAN), it’s hoped that operators will be able to automate and optimize base station processes. Many operators are already investing in the technology: spending on AI-driven network management software is forecast to grow to […]

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