QoE in the Virtualized World
|Hi operators, In this webinar, you will learn that quality does not equal speed. In fixed and mobile broadband networks, there are many more parameters that have an impact. Consumers think in applications and it's about time that operators start to measure their quality of experience in application categories as well. At the same time, networks are evolving. More and more components are becoming virtualized and as we march towards NFV, operators are wondering how this will affect measuring the quality of experience. Analyst Jim Hodges from Heavy Reading will share his findings with his latest white paper on the matter and Basem Temraz from du will share a service providers' perspective. Finally, I will present from Procera Networks how Scorecard solves the problems by monitoring all traffic for all subscribers all the time. Please join us. Click on the link below: http://www.lightreading.com/webinar.asp?webinar_id=516&webinar_promo=448|
I am very excited to invite you to join Procera’s webinar on measuring Quality of Experience (QoE). Joining us will be Light Reading’s CEO Steve Saunders, along with speakers from analyst firm Heavy Reading and the innovative service provider from the Middle East, du.
The webinar, titled “Will Quality of Experiene Measurement change in a virtualized world?” will demonstrate that in broadband networks, both mobile and fixed, quality of experience does not equal speed and that there are many more parameters to consider. Customers think in terms of applications, such as video and VoIP, and it is time for network operators to see and measure the quality in their networks the same way.
While this is happening, networks are continuing to evolve. More components are deployed virtualized and as we march towards fully embracing NFV (Network Functions Virtualization) it is critical to rethink how the quality of applications on networks are measured. Applications can be hosted anywhere but as subscribers move through the country it does not necessarily mean their infrastructure will move with them. This means that the quality of experience for a particular subscriber cannot be measure accurately as traditional network providers measure quality on specific infrastructure. For QoE reports to remain actionable, they need to become more granular, more focused on an individual level to accurately represent what is really going on in the network.
Heavy Reading Analyst Jim Hodges will share the contents of his latest whitepaper on this matter and Basem Temraz from du will share what problems they see from the service providers’ perspective. I will share how Procera’s ScoreCard, through monitoring all traffic, for all subscribers, all the time, provides the necessary data points to measure this quality – and then presents the data in a subscriber focused way that allows for immediate action to be able to correct network issues.
Join us on Tuesday October 6th to learn more about measuring Quality of Experience. Click below to register for the webinar:
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