2020 marks a lot of things for a lot of people – new year, new decade – but at Sandvine, it marks the 10th year of the Global Internet Phenomena Report. Since its inception, the report has established Sandvine as the...
By Jon Linden, Chief Strategy Officer December 5, 2013
Matsumoto-san from Softbank Mobile is a smart, experienced and passionate man. And funny! “You’re all too rich” was aimed at the operators in the room as an encouragement to put themselves in their customers’ shoes.
By Shawn Sweeney, Director of Product Management and Marketing November 26, 2013
It was great to meet so many customers and prospects at the LTE North America 2013 show in Dallas. Thanks to all who stopped by our booth and attended the panel Procera was on: Monetizing the Policy Control and Charging Opportunity.
Topics: Broadband, Deep packet inspection, Service definition, Internet intelligence, Bandwidth, Intelligent policy enforment, Quality of experience, Lte, Bandwidth control, Cable operators, Customer experience, Service velocity, Subscriber services, Network analytics, Dpi, Personalized services, Service delivery, Subscriber context
By Jon Linden, Chief Strategy Officer November 25, 2013
I proclaim victory! Victory to E over S, victory to Experience over Service – victory to QoE over QoS! In a world of best effort, this makes me happy. Finally there’s focus on what matters – the subscriber.
By Paul Gracie - Sr. VP Global Sales & Services November 22, 2013
The world of telecommunications in Africa is definitely changing. Gone are the days of telecom operators telling their customers what they can and can’t have; it’s now all about the customer and the experience that they enjoy. I spoke with many operators at AfricaCom 2013 last week, from Cairo to Cape Town, and the question was always the same: what can you...
Topics: What were up to, Traffic management, Internet intelligence, Bandwidth, Intelligent policy enforment, Data service usage, Telecommunications, Bandwidth control, Mobile operators, Cable operators, Dpi, Sms, Africacom, Facebook, P2p traffic
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing November 16, 2013
(Updated 11/18/2013 with another network reference point)
The PS4 launched yesterday, and broadband networks around the US did feel the impact. Not Netflix level impact, but impact that operators should take notice for, if not only for today, but for the changing nature of gaming and game purchases going forward.
Consumers seem to love the system, and I...
Topics: Analytics in motion
By Paul Gracie - Sr. VP Global Sales & Services November 6, 2013
2013 was a year that set the table for some exciting activities in the networking world. There were several technologies and movements that will have far-reaching impact over the next several years, or will fall by the wayside and become a trivia question “Hey, do you remember when people were excited about 3D TVs with special glasses?” This week is...
Topics: Broadband, Scte, Subscriber data, User experience, Quality of experience, Bandwidth control, Cable operators, Expert insights, Mso, Byod, Cable tec expo, Bring your own device, Streaming video, Subsciber video, Zero rating
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing October 21, 2013
Procera collaborated with Huffington Post on an investigation on Netflix watching during the US Government shutdown:
Netflix might want the government to shut down a lot more often.
Washington, D.C., saw a spike in weekday Netflix traffic during the more than two-week government shutdown, according to a report prepared for The Huffington Post by Procera...
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing October 17, 2013
I have spent the past two days at the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in Bad Homburg Germany listening to both operators and network vendors talk about Software Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualization. This was a milestone event for NFV, as the event last year really kicked off the efforts to create the ETSI NFV ISG to help guide the...
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing August 19, 2013
No, it really did not. There was, however, a noticeable drop in many networks, and some appeared to see a longer lasting outage than others. The examples below all show pointed dips during the outage (time zone adjusted from 1800 to 1900).
Topics: Analytics in motion
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing August 6, 2013
When I first joined Procera, I was talking to one of our lead engineers that works on the integration of our software onto various hardware platforms. He made a comment then that has stuck with me for a long time: “If we could just run our software without hardware, life would be great!” Although that is not actually happening, virtualization removes...