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Monitoring the LTE Traffic Explosion

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With the explosion of wireless devices in the industry, carriers are gearing up for what is sure to be a massive growth in wireless data. The majority of carriers in North America are now selling...

Thailand, Terilogy, TS-Associates and Tokyo Too

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When our Japanese partner Terilogy invited us to be a guest speaker at the Trading Architecture seminar they were planning with TS-Associates (a precision instrumentation company for latency sensitive trading systems), Vess (SevOne’s CTO) and...

Proof It’s Not the Network’s Fault

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In virtually every office in every city around the world, employees who have trouble accessing their email, or who can’t reach a website, or who get stuck trying to download a file have been known...

Prevent an Outage, Preserve Your Brand

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Let’s talk branding! When I ‘googled’ the definition of branding I stumbled upon this definition on entrepeneur.com The marketing practice of creating a name, symbol or design that identifies and differentiates a product from other products… Your brand...

Keeping an Eye on Software Defined Networking

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On Sunday, GIGAOM published an article written by SevOne CTO, Vess Bakalov – Keeping an Eye on Software Defined Networking: What will is break and how will it perform? In the article Vess writes about: Why...

Video Killed the Enterprise Network

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If you’re from my generation, perhaps you remember the very first music video that was aired on MTV – Video Killed the Radio Star by the Buggles. It was prophetic at the time, but more than three...

Severity One Network Outages – Avoid Them

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Severity One is a code blue for network managers. If you don’t know what a code blue is, here is the Wikipedia definition – “Code Blue” is generally used to indicate a patient requiring resuscitation or otherwise...

In Network Capacity Planning, Size Isn’t Everything

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Capacity planning is a fact of life for network operators. Hit a traffic threshold target, and you’d better have an upgrade plan in place and ready to implement before demand outstrips supply. Sometimes that plan...

Know your Cellular Backhaul

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Wireless carriers increasingly need greater bandwidth capacity to support new services and demand for connectivity in more places, and nowhere is the trend more apparent than in the cellular backhaul market. The growth of wireless...

Top 5 Tips For Better Bandwidth Management

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Managing bandwidth needs and consumption is a discipline that has existed since the first 150bps modems connected computer systems together. Today, with multi-gigabit links becoming an everyday reality, we are still facing the same conundrums...

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