Five key ingredients for success are: Architecture, App Classification, Measurement, Data Layer, Visualization Layer and Workflow
In this 5G tech turn, if you’re a CTO or VP of Planning, Big Data, Ops or Engineering...
By Cam Cullen, VP of Government Solutions May 4, 2020
One of the first predictions I made when the stay-at-home orders began to spread globally was that we would see an increase in gaming traffic. Not the most controversial prediction to be sure, but one that actually has a major impact on network operators since gaming can be both a network congestion source with massive gaming downloads, but also a quality...
Topics: Playstation network, Pubg, Fortnite, Gaming, Covid 19, League of legends, Roblox, Minecraft
By Cam Cullen, VP of Government Solutions February 14, 2020
Mobile gaming has evolved from Facebook-oriented games like Farmville (remember that one!) to real-time strategy games like Game of War and Clash of Clans, to a new level of prominence now with the popularity of the Battle Royale and MOBA games. However, gaming today does not generate a lot of traffic (outside of downloads), so does gaming really matter for...
Topics: Pokemon go, Mobile internet phenomena, Pubg, Fortnite, Gaming, Cloud gaming
By Cam Cullen, VP of Government Solutions February 11, 2020
Next week, Sandvine will release the 2020 Mobile Internet Phenomena Report! This is the 10th year of Sandvine publishing the Phenomena reports, and they are of critical importance to network operators that are struggling to cope with an ever changing mix of traffic - dominated by video, gaming, and social sharing. This year, we are continuing to drill...
Topics: Netflix, Youtube, Facebook, Pokemon go, Mobile internet phenomena, Tiktok, Pubg, Fortnite, Instagram
By Cam Cullen, VP of Government Solutions February 14, 2019
This is some data that is NOT in the upcoming 2019 Mobile Internet Phenomena Report. This post focuses on a subject near and dear to my heart — gaming! We did a spotlight in the last Global Internet Phenomena Report, and the gaming data from region to region was pretty varied; this isn't the case for the Mobile Report.
Topics: Pokemon go, Mobile internet phenomena, Pubg, Fortnite