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ISP Summit 2014 - User Experience, Traffic Management

Procera sponsored the ISP Summit in Toronto last week. The event is organized by the Canadian Network Operators Consortium, which prides itself on representing the interest of ISP across Canada.

Topics: What were up to, Traffic management, User experience, Summit

David Okabe - Solution Engineer
By David Okabe - Solution Engineer
November 13, 2014
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VIDEO: Watching the World Cup - What's Next?

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The most interesting things about these huge events like the World Cup or the Olympics or the Super Bowl and so on is in different countries in the world people tend to watch the content in different ways depending on who actually owns the content rights. Now the World Cup is not so far away and all of that has already been sorted,...

Topics: Bandwidth management, Traffic management, World cup 2014, Traffic congestion, Expert insights

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VIDEO: World Cup Streaming Impact on World Wide Traffic

The 2014 World Cup is being hosted in Brazil. This means that many games will be played while soccer fanatics in Europe are asleep. With this timezone difference, how will the World Cup impact network traffic in Europe? Will streaming of the games after-the-fact cause traffic spikes at unusual times of the day? Per Held, Procera Developer, gives his...

Topics: Bandwidth management, Traffic management, World cup 2014, Traffic congestion, Expert insights

Per Held - Procera Developer
By Per Held - Procera Developer
June 10, 2014
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VIDEO: World Cup 2014 Network Challenges

The World Cup will be watched by millions of people in the next few weeks. If people aren’t able to visit Brazil and see the games live, many football fanatics will turn to streaming the event live to support their favorite team. How will this impact network traffic for the month of World Cup? Will your service provider be able to keep up with the demand...

Topics: Bandwidth management, Traffic management, World cup 2014, Traffic congestion, Expert insights

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It's All About the Experience at AfricaCom

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

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What’s App in APAC?
What are the most currently popular broadband device and the hottest trending new device in your region?

For those that can afford it, the iPhone is still considered “the device to have” in Asia, but Samsung Galaxy S III/IV has made major inroads. Galaxy has dominant market share in S. Korea for obvious reasons, but is also rated the hottest phone in...

Topics: Analytics in motion, Broadband, Deep packet, Wechat, Line, Ott, Traffic analysis, Traffic management, Apac, Bandwidth, Intelligent policy enforment, Iphone, Kakao, Dpi, Samsung galaxy, Sms

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