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February 2017

By | February 27, 2017 | 710 views

Service quality monitoring explained in an interactive infographic

With the provision of robust wireless connectivity to people and machines becoming a critical element, a new way of efficiently and independently monitoring the network 24/7 is required. Service quality monitoring empowers businesses and government organizations to independently verify the performance of their network in real time and 24/7. Organizations that rely on the availability, capacity, and latency of the…

 
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By | February 23, 2017 | 1,095 views

Proofing and optimizing a network’s readiness for video transmission

In previous entries of this blog series about the challenges of mobile video services, we discussed video quality as a perceived metric, how it can be measured, and how quality measuring algorithms work. To conclude the series, this post focuses on how to apply a video quality measure to quantify video services as consumed by subscribers. What are the challenges…

 
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By | February 16, 2017 | 727 views

The network never sleeps – how service quality monitoring ensures connectivity 24/7

Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night worrying whether your subscribers, critical staff, emergency services, and remote sensors still had connectivity with the mobile network? Many businesses and organizations rely on wireless connectivity for the security and efficiency of their organizations. They care passionately about connectivity and, with the emergence of IoT and 5G, their number…

 
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By | February 9, 2017 | 667 views

The true view of your and your competitors’ networks

Hand in hand with the ever increasing demand for more network capacity and the soaring popularity of applications, particularly in real-time, mobile operators in mature markets are also facing a virtually flat subscriber penetration for the next five years. To win new customers, mobile operators are left with no other option than to beat the competition by providing better services…

 
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By | February 2, 2017 | 812 views

What different models for predicting visual quality exist? What models are applicable for which test cases?

In a previous blog entry about the challenges of mobile video services, we discussed video quality as a perceived metric and how it can be measured subjectively in viewing sessions. In this post, we will take a closer look at automated video quality measurement methods, often called objective measurements, which are applied in real field video quality measurements. An objective…

 
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