- Application Performance
- Cyber Range Deployment
- Data Center Performance
- Load Balancer Testing
- Low Latency Networks
- Mobile Network Security
- Mobility Performance
- Network Performance
- Network Security
- Network Visibility
- Product R&D
A More Intelligent LTE Network
The realities of 100% YoY traffic growth driving a need for a 30% YoY Capex increase do not fit with single-digit operator revenue growth. Without having a finely-tuned network to maximize revenues and intelligently deal with capacity issues, operators will be in a perilous situation.
So how can mobile broadband networks most-effectively use a single IP-based infrastructure to support the unique traffic-handling and QoE requirements of converged voice, video, and data services? Since over-provisioning the network is cost-prohibitive, a positive user experience must be obtained through efficient partitioning of the available wireless network resources using QoS and policy management.
Before spending billions of dollars on equipment and deployments, forward-thinking operators will carefully evaluate network equipment vendors and proactively measure the QoS and policy management functions of their network devices. Validating mobile multiplay service quality requires saturating the network with a high load of real-world mobile subscriber traffic, and measuring key performance indicators (KPIs) that identify QoE.
Operators must understand:
- Why QoS and policy control mechanisms are critical for managing capacity issues and how to validate them
- How to make sure their LTE network can deliver high-quality voice using VoLTE
- What the best practices are for validating creative charging models, service tiers, and speed tiers
- How to confidently move from consumer video to business-grade video
To better understand how QoS and policy management can add the intelligence to your LTE network that is necessary to deliver high-quality voice and video services, download our Quality of Service (QoS) and Policy Management in Mobile Data Networks white paper.blog comments powered by Disqus