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Zero Rating for Improved Customer Experience: A Real-Life Customer Example

Zero Rating.

Topics: Network neutrality, Dpi, Zero rating

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European Union BEREC Network Neutrality Draft: What does it mean for Operators?

This week, the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) issued a draft version of their Network Neutrality regulations for final six-week review and comment period before implementation. These regulations have some markedly different guidance for EU operators than the FCC’s in the US, but still leave operators the ability to...

Topics: Network neutrality

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FCC Broadband Labeling Initiative: Exceeding the requirements for your subscribers

Hungry for Broadband?

Topics: Expert insights, Fcc

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Rocket League: The Effect of Latency in Real-Time Gaming

In late 2008, a game called Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle Cars came out for the PS3. Essentially, the game was football (that’s “soccer” for Americans) with cars. I loved the game. In July, a sequel called Rocket League was released for the PS4 and the PC.

Topics: Expert insights

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2016 and Beyond: A Look ahead….

I recently attended the Light Reading Vision Executive 2020 Summit in Dublin, and the event was a great peek into the thought process of some of the largest network operators in the world. Light Reading and Heavy Reading presented a number of different perspectives on what the future holds for telecom operators, some of which where quite compelling. One...

Topics: Expert insights

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Star Wars Battlefront storms the Internet

We talk a lot about how live events can impact the Internet – the Super Bowl, NCAA March Madness, World Cup, and the Olympics immediately jump to mind. I am an avid follower of Netflix and how the impact of the release of a Netflix original series being binge-watched can affect broadband networks. The release of a new OS version from Microsoft and Apple...

Topics: Analytics in motion, Recommended

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Decorate your Data: Structuring data to make it actionable in Real-Time

Alexander Havang, Procera’s CTO, started using the term “decorate” to describe what Procera does to the data that we collect on the network awhile ago. Although “decorate” may bring up visions of brightly lit Christmas trees or a beautifully put together room in your house, it is extremely appropriate for what we do to data.

Topics: What were up to, Evolution, Big data, Fast data, Nfv, Vnf, Packetlogic, Small data

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T-Mobile’s BingeOn: Big Data Science in Action

T-Mobile has upset the mobile data landscape yet again, with free Big Data Video streaming.

How can they offer this service? I’m speculating, but here at Procera we’ve done a few exercises similar to this for customers that led to unlimited services, so I think I have a good idea.

If we look at the service from a statistics and Big Data point of view of...

Topics: Expert insights

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SCTE 2015: Subscriber Experience and Big Data

Multiple System Operators (MSOs) are at a critical juncture in the ongoing war for broadband subscribers. They often rank at the bottom of customer satisfaction indexes. Their traditional business is under attack from video streaming companies like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu. But they have a powerful asset in the battle for broadband supremacy –...

Topics: What were up to

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CTIA: Three things you need to know about Mobile: “Video, Video, and Video”

I spent last week immersed in the latest and greatest in mobile at the CTIA Super Mobility 2015 show in Las Vegas. Attending CTIA is like getting to go to several different shows under one roof – where wearables, small cells, towers, accessories, and network vendors all coexist – not quite at the scale of Mobile World Congress, but a smaller version....

Topics: What were up to

Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
By Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
September 17, 2015
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