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It’s Popcorn Time…Or is it?

The UK courts have issued an injunction instructing service providers to block sites that are offering downloads of the increasingly popular application Popcorn Time. Popcorn time is often called the “Netflix of Piracy”, since it presents the user with a Netflix-like interface and allows them to stream videos using file sharing technology. Popcorn Time,...

Topics: Analytics in motion, Bittorrent, File sharing, Popcorn time, Piracy

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MWC 2015: NFV in the spotlight

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Cam Cullen

MWC was a great event. We're seeing the maturation of a lot of technologies that people have been talking about: NFV, internet of things, 5G is coming up. We're seeing a lot of things people are talking about turn into reality. We had a lot of announcements in the area of NFV. We're taking that technology and turning it into an...

Topics: What were up to, Nfv, Network functions virtualization, Mobile world congress

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Three Thoughts from Mobile World Congress

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Karl Andersson

Network Functions Virtualization is an ETSI architectural framework which includes virtualization, orchestration, and infrastructure management. This enables that making networks more efficient and enabling new business cases that were not previously viable. One example of this is Boingo Wireless. At Boingo Wireless, they have...

Topics: What were up to, Internet of things, Nfv, Iot, Mobile world congress

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Enhance your Subscriber Experience with Procera at MWC

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Cam Cullen

Mobile World Congress is the premier event in the industry for mobile operators and we think it's very important to listen and hear what the mobile operators have to say about what solutions we should be delivering to them. We are trying to help operators make their networks deliver better experiences to their subscribers. Come talk...

Topics: What were up to

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Snowpocalypse Now: Streaming Video in the Winter of my Discontent

If you are like me and stranded in the snowstorm that is being called Juno, you may be watching online video. I just looked around and realized that besides me, everyone in my family is currently watching online video. I am diligently working (writing this blog now, but it is a living!)

Topics: Analytics in motion, Netflix, Amazonprime, Youtube

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Gazing into the Silicon Ball: 2015 Trends and Predictions

The end of 2014 always brings on new planning cycles for technology companies, and you try to align your plans with where you think the market will be next year. Some might think that this is gazing into your crystal ball, but this is tech, so of course it had to be a silicon ball and not a crystal ball that reveals the tech future ;-) So what do we think...

Topics: Expert insights

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Carrier Network Virtualization San Jose: US Carriers jump on the bandwagon

I attended the Carrier Network Virtualization show in San Jose last week, and it had a lot in common with the SDN & Openflow World Congress event in Dusseldorf in that carriers were all talking about how (not IF) they would be using NFV and virtualization technology. This conference was attended heavily by US operators (as opposed to the European...

Topics: What were up to, Nfv, Sdn, Opnfv, Cnv 2014

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NFV: Ready or Not – Here it comes!

I spent last week in Dusseldorf Germany at the SDN and OpenFlow World Congress, where (despite the title of the event), Network Function Virtualization (NFV) had a “2nd Birthday” coming out party and was the talk of the show. Unlike many “standards”, NFV has been championed by network operators more than vendors (in fact many vendors have actively opposed...

Topics: What were up to, Nfv, Orchestration

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Maximizing QoE to the Home: SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 14 report

I was fortunate enough to be selected to present a session at the Society for Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) show in Denver this week. The event is the biggest cable-focused one of the year, and to get a chance to present to an audience of distinguished operators from around the world was completely due to the critical nature of the topic of...

Topics: What were up to, Netflix, Service plan assurance, Congestion management, Queuing, Maximizing qoe, Scte cable tech expo, Managing network congestion

Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
By Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
September 29, 2014
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Apple’s Flash Mob: IOS 8 Update Resembles DDOS Attack for operators

IOS Updates and Real Time VisibilityWe always watch what happens with IOS updates, and the latest IOS 8 update has hit some networks pretty hard. Several of our customers had such severe traffic spikes that they initially thought that they were under a DDOS attack. Fortunately using our real-time visibility tools, they were quickly able to realize that...

Topics: Analytics in motion, Apple, Events, Ios, Ddos

Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
By Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
September 18, 2014
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