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  1. OEM IP network analytics software

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    Page Score: 20

  2. IP traffic analytics for network planning

    Despite the projected steady increase of network traffic, the average revenue per user is continuing to decline. Further challenges such as increasing operational costs and decreasing operational budgets make it more and more difficlut for CSPs to manage their networks cost effectively.
    Rohde & Schwarz´s leading-edge IP traffic analytics solution provides real-time information about network traffic up to the application level providing greater control over the network, subscribers and infrastructure costs empowering CSPs to build cost-effective and profitable networks.



    Use Case Score: 18

  3. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity Selected as Preferred Network Traffic Analytics Supplier by European Communication Service Provider

    After extensive technical evaluations and field-testing of all major network traffic analytics vendors, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity has been identified as the only player able to deliver technology flexible enough for the provider.

    Press release Score: 8

  4. Delivering subscriber-aware load balancing through GTP correlation

    The volume and diversity of data on mobile networks is only going to increase over the years, making the challenges of load balancing evermore pertinent. In this context, smart load balancing through subscriber awareness can make the difference between a struggling and thriving mobile network. Traffic insights brought by real-time correlation of user and control traffic help deliver more responsive and reliable mobile networks.

    Blog post Score: 7

  5. Solution brief R&S®GSRM

    To circumvent the limitations of traditional load balancing, network packet brokers can deploy the GTP Subscriber Resolving Module R&S®GSRM, which is developed by ipoque, a Rohde & Schwarz company, to deliver subscriber and session awareness for the mobile core network. Using identification information provided by R&S®GSRM, a network packet broker is able to aggregate all packets of a session and filter them by each subscriber. Packets from the same session are forwarded to a single device such as an IP probe, providing complete visibility for any end device, across any user session. With GTP correlation, operators do not have to rely on bandwidth-intensive, traditional session analysis, which is limited due to its inability to scale up to rapidly increasing traffic volumes in the core.

    Brochure Score: 5

  6. Video streaming: networks and the game of bandwidth

    It is evident that video streaming is on a fast track to becoming the new definition of the ‘Internet’, easily outdoing other bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud gaming, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). The demand for video content seems to move in tandem with network speeds, given that better speeds translate into faster streaming and improved quality of experience (QoE). One of the immediate effects of a rapid increase in video traffic is the strain it puts on network resources, resulting in network congestion and poor network performance. While this impairs almost all applications to some degree, video takes the biggest hit given its dependency on real-time availability of bandwidth and speeds. What operators need now are the right tools that deliver the required intelligence, timely and accurately, to maintain the required QoE and to successfully deploy their video streaming strategies.

    Blog post Score: 5

  7. Managing HetNets: How application awareness drives intelligent mobile data offloading decisions

    Mobile data offloading helps operators optimize network capacity, improve network performance, enhance service quality and provide ubiquitous connectivity. Deep packet inspection is key in enabling intelligent traffic offloading: It offers real-time identification of the underlying traffic — whether it is latency-sensitive, mission-critical or bandwidth-intensive — paving the way for enhanced network performance, and service quality.

    Blog post Score: 5

  8. Identifying bestseller strategies: analytics and content monetization for telecom operators

    When it comes to content business for telecom operators, borrowed strategies rarely work because no two markets are the same and no two operators are endowed with similar resources. This blog article discusses telecom operator content strategies and how real-time analytics of traffic flows help them develop, improve and implement these strategies. It assesses in particular, how DPI-driven analytics help in the choice of content and content partnerships, content delivery and pricing models.

    Blog post Score: 4

  9. Harnessing intelligence at the core with DPI for vEPC

    The shift from an EPC to a vEPC opens up the possibility for networks to manage capacities as needed while scaling and customizing the network dynamically based on traffic conditions and application requirements. What’s the role of deep packet inspection (DPI) in creating these highly responsive, scalable and agile 4G networks? This article discusses the need for DPI-powered intelligence in the vEPC as DPI provides real-time traffic insights on applications, protocols, traffic attributes, malware and other data required to implement traffic management, security and content management policies, not only across the core but also throughout the network.

    Blog post Score: 4

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    Custom Stage Teaser Score: 2