We live increasingly online lives, and encryption is a crucial and necessary component of our digital existence. Encryption provides security for our data at all times, maintains data integrity, and protects user privacy.
When the World Cup was still in full swing, I published a blog that highlighted the impact that the games were having on mobile operators, and I promised a follow-up piece. Now that the event is over, players are beginning to arrive back to their teams, and comprehensive data is available, I figured this would be the best time to take a look at the World...
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Mobile operators deploying 5G have an entirely new packet core architecture to assemble as they build out their infrastructure; where and how they will get network intelligence in this environment is a key success factor to ensure that they can monetize their 5G networks, as well as maintain high quality as the number of users and use cases grow on new...
I am a big fan of the beautiful game, and it is always interesting to see how an event like the World Cup impacts networks. The FIFA World Cup 2018 is forecast to reach 3.4 billion viewers – half the world population – for the 2018 event. Some countries feel like they have been hit by the zombie apocalypse during the home team’s game, with the streets...
Truth in Advertising: What Regulators are “Up To” in the UK
Last year, as part of Sandvine’s Global Internet Phenomena program, we released four spotlight reports that examined data fraud and revenue assurance issues that are facing network operators around the world.
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The stars have aligned. It’s 2018 and automation is the word on everyone’s lips.
This isn't the first, the second, the third, but actually, Sandvine's fourth blog post on Super Bowl streaming. Each time I've written it, we've looked a the same types of data, and in the six years since we first published our post, I can tell you that not much has changed in how people use the Internet on Super Bowl Sunday.