The average person can spend up to eight hours a day on internet applications. Whether for work, school, communications, or education, apps have become integral to our way of life. For service providers, this means that the application quality of experience (App QoE) you deliver is inextricably linked to your customers’ satisfaction.
As the App QoE company, Sandvine solutions continuously monitor, detect, and troubleshoot application quality so that service providers can ensure the best possible application experience and resolve network issues before they become customer issues.
Read our latest report on application usage, growth, and trends and see how important applications are to your customers, your network, and your business.
To learn more about what this report means for your network, contact us.
This edition is solely focused on mobile data in order to provide a targeted model that mobile operators can draw from to begin their planning process. The Mobile Internet Phenomena Report ranks applications based on their “traffic share.” The fascinating data that fuels the report illustrates the disconnect between “market share” for companies defined by subscriber counts and how often subscribers use a service.
Traffic share is defined as the percentage of network resources used by a specific application relative to other applications.
The COVID-19 worldwide pandemic has drastically affected network usage around the world, with many operators experiencing 100% growth in traffic volume as usage shifts from enterprise and education networks to primarily consumer broadband networks.
We at Sandvine want to ensure that network operators can continue to deliver high quality internet services that consumers depend on during these times, and this report is our contribution to the network industry during these times of change.
Mobile networks have different traffic composition than the what we saw in the 2018 Global Internet Phenomena Report, and this version of the report shows clear differences between a report dominated by fixed traffic volume versus a mobile-only view of internet consumption.
but the content sources for this video are fragmenting from the convenience of Netflix as the aggregator to many brands with unique original offerings. This has a big effect on overall internet traffic patterns, as it has also resulted in an increase in file sharing as users seek to avoid spending more money on subscriptions.