The COVID-19 worldwide stay-at-home orders have created unprecedented internet changes that continue to shift as the crisis continues. The biggest shift is that enterprise, education, and public WiFi traffic have now...
By Alexander Haväng, Chief Technical Officer March 16, 2020
With schools and offices closing, the nature of daytime internet usage in mobile and fixed broadband networks will change. The traffic and activities that would have taken place face-to-face or on networks in the schools, universities, and offices will move to the home.
By Sandvine January 9, 2020
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By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing May 11, 2017
WiFi is often mentioned in the context as being a key requirement in Maslow's hierarchy of needs, and although that may be stretching it just a bit (but not for some people!), it is undeniable that WiFi is a critical part of the consumer and corporate broadband experience.
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing June 20, 2016
I am a huge football (soccer to Americans) fan. So imagine my consternation when on Thursday night I was stuck in the Denver airport during the time when the US National Team was going to be playing Ecuador in a very important Copa America tournament game. In past years, I would have either recorded the game and hope that I would not accidentally see...
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing May 13, 2015
I spent the past few days at Informa's LTE MENA 2015 event in Dubai, and the operators and vendors were all focusing on the profitability and future of LTE networks. There were some interesting tracks of conversation that started to tie together technologies and solutions that some may view as unrelated, or even competitive.