At Procera, we talk a lot about our real-time monitoring capabilities in combination with our Analytics capabilities. We have done a number of blogs on “live events”, and we are seeing live streaming events becoming an important part of the user experience for broadband subscribers (and a big challenge for network operators). The 2012 Summer Olympics in London represents a watershed event in live streaming, as it is the first truly worldwide event, and is expected to have a significant impact on both fixed and mobile broadband networks.
To honor this event, Procera is launching Analytics in Motion, a new site (aim.proceranetworks.com) that is dedicated to providing worldwide visibility on the impact that live events and Internet trends have on broadband networks. This site is designed to provide insight to network operators on how different events are affecting their infrastructure. The network impact could be due to streaming, increased social networking activity, file sharing, or even a new application that takes the Internet by storm. We believe that Real-Time is “Just in Time”, and want to keep the industry informed on how the broadband landscape is reacting to these events.
Although the site is run by Procera, if you are a network operator, service provider, press, analyst, or an application developer and have something that you want to share, let us know. We are happy to provide a forum for new and interesting broadband activity, and want to share this with the world. We are going to track events and new trends, and make this as world-wide of a viewpoint as possible. We are working with our customers every day on topics like this, and some of them have been kind enough to let us share some of this information with you (for which we thank them!).
Procera prides itself on the speed at which we can provide our customers with business intelligence and analytics. The data we provide our customers is invaluable for network planning, service creation, and intelligent charging, and enables them to better serve their broadband customers. Procera employees are “geeks” of the highest degree, and there is nothing that we love quite as much as seeing our technology helping our customers and their subscribers (if you know any great geeks that have similar interests, contact email@example.com). We have big long-term plans for the site, but you need to walk before you run, so I present to you aim.proceranetworks.com. Come on over and see Analytics in Motion!