There is no doubt IoT Connectivity is driving big changes regarding connectivity. If you are device vendor or a provider, you need to think in the restrictions and integrability options each connectivity technology imposes. Read this post to know what can be expected from any technology.
Virtualization and Machine Learning are knocking at operators doors. Here are 3 challenges that these technologies are called to solve.
As IoT moves steadily into the mainstream, there are a lot of appliance and industrial’s vendors that are already involved in IoT platforms. There is a future for mobile operators where they are not left behind – but it won’t last forever. This blog post sheds some light on what that future may look like.
Network security and Fraud have been around for a long time in Cable Operations. As many posts related to this subject have stated, this is a big concern for MSOs. The most common fraud type in unsecured networks is still cloned cable modems. This is not new and there are many topics related to how this affects customer experience and the legal aspect of this practice.
Adaptive equalization filters located at the Cable Modem and the CMTS are the response to most linear impairments such as micro-reflections. This solution improves typical monitoring indicators such as the RxMER. Monitoring tools that only focus on degradation of such data loses an important source of proactive maintenance.
This paper introduces detailed information about this effect in order to provide a theoretical and technical background which helps understand how to interpret pre-equalization data that helps in fault localization.