Tag: network operators


Test and Measurement: Network reliability, quality trump speed for consumers, Opensignal says

February 9, 2024

Via: RCR Wireless News

Opensignal this week debuted an assessment of the role of network reliability in customers’ choice of a mobile carrier, compared to other metrics including speeds. An Opensignal US household survey of more than 55,000 people showed that while cost was […]


Keysight introduces Ethernet performance test platform

July 26, 2023

Via: Data Centre & Network News

Keysight Technologies has introduced the AresONE-M 800GE, a Layer 1-3 Ethernet performance test platform, supporting data centre interconnect speeds from 10GE to 800GE. Data-intensive applications are fuelling the need for secure and reliable 800GE c. Deploying 800GE into existing network […]


The Network Operator’s Guide to the Latest Advancements in 400G and 800G

May 5, 2023

Via: The Fast Mode

As the demand for higher network speeds and increased bandwidth continues to grow, carriers, cloud providers, and other network operators are increasingly adopting the latest advancements in optical networking, including 400G and 800G technologies. The road to delivering faster, more […]

Software, Technology

FCC proposes framework for space-mobile collaboration

March 20, 2023

Via: RCR Wireless News

With interest in integration of satellite and terrestrial networks on the rise in order to provide ubiquitous coverage, the Federal Communications Commission has proposed a new regulatory framework meant to support collaborations between satellite and wireless terrestrial network operators. “We […]


Second round of FCC broadband availability data collection begins

January 3, 2023

Via: RCR Wireless News

As federal regulators continue their efforts to better quantify where broadband is available and where it is not, the second window for data collection of where network operators are offering broadband services opens today. The Federal Communications Commission is urging […]


Why network operators need to get smarter about streaming video (Reader Forum)

December 16, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

With practically every social media platform doubling down on video over the past decade, the emergence of apps like TikTok, and the rise of competing movie and TV services, video on demand is the battleground where businesses fight for the […]


New Zealand to enable direct allocation of 5G spectrum

October 21, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

The government of New Zealand has reached an agreement with the country’s major telecommunications network operators to accelerate the deployment of 5G services across New Zealand and improve rural connectivity, the Minister for the Digital Economy and Communications David Clark […]


Network operators work to get Florida, S. Carolina sites back online

October 3, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

In the wake of Hurricane Ian, service providers continue to work at getting networks and cell sites back online in both Florida, which took to brunt of the storm, and in South Carolina, where it also made landfall. According to […]

Technology, Wireless

How to ensure 5G will pay off from day one (Reader Forum)

September 1, 2022

Via: RCR Wireless News

After all the time and money that goes into deploying a new 5G network, network operators need to know that their investment will pay off quickly. Once the network has been deployed and turned up, the prospect of ‘rip and […]


High-impact DDoS attacks target zero-day exploit in Mitel systems

March 9, 2022

Via: CSO

Security researchers, network operators and security vendors have detected a new reflection/amplification distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) vulnerability actively being exploited to launch multiple high-impact DDoS attacks. TP240PhoneHome (CVE-2022-26143) has a record-breaking potential amplification ratio of 4,294,967,296:1 and can be targeted to […]


Is Open RAN disruptive? Not for everyone

December 15, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

The merits of Open RAN has become a topic of much debate in wireless circles. This is unsurprising since Open RAN will – or won’t – drive hundreds of billions of dollars of investment by telecom equipment manufacturers, mobile network […]


Is 5G network slicing the missing link for widespread adoption of AR?

July 14, 2020

Via: RCR Wireless News

5G hype bounds with the number of networks being deployed and the network operators vying for customer eyes. While consumer growth is important, the network can provide more benefits than high-speed mobile broadband. One of the key use cases that […]

Hardware, Monitoring&Analysis

The modern data center and the rise in open-source IP routing suites

May 17, 2019

Via: Networkworld Software

As the cloud service providers and search engines started with the structuring process of their business, they quickly ran into the problems of managing the networking equipment. Ultimately, after a few rounds of getting the network vendors to understand their […]


House committee investigates FCC over 5G infrastructure order

January 28, 2019

Via: RCR Wireless News

The House Energy and Commerce committee has asked the Federal Communications Commission to produce communications records between FCC employees and network operators related to the commission’s recent order preempting local control and pricing of infrastructure access, alleging that FCC representatives […]


Network testing on the increase

March 28, 2017

Via: RCR Wireless News

Sixty-five percent of network operators are doing more network testing now than they were a year ago, according to recent research commissioned by Amdocs. The research, conducted by Coleman Parkes, involved surveying around 80 network operators around the world. Nearly […]