The infographic below shows that nearly 4 billion people are connected to the Internet worldwide and Internet connections are growing at a record rate than ever before. We have different Internet connection types and based on our requirement we can choose from cable, DSL, Fiber optic, satellite and Dial-up. Cable broadband uses the same cable as your TV and is fast and easy to install. DSL shares the line with landline and this is best option for households which require low speeds with few devices. Fiber optic is the most popular internet connection for dedicated Internet access and is suitable for business and broadband. Satellite Internet can reach remote areas also and this can be adopted by the rural areas which are difficult to reach by fiber.
Internet users should consider these factors before choosing an Internet service provider which best fits their requirements and connection type for speed or bandwidth, availability, reliability and affordability.
ISPs today are predominantly deploying fiber as it is cheaper and delivers high speed symmetrical bandwidth. ISPs need software to manage and monitor their network and ISP operations across multiple locations and to have smooth operations. Jaze ISP Manager provides automation of end-to-end operations at scale with customer growth and increasing bandwidth demand and also integrates multiple network equipment vendors, payment gateways and accounting systems.
The infographic below shows some interesting statistics on the Internet. Asia stands in the top place with highest Internet users followed by the US. The most used web browser for surfing Internet is Chrome and nearly 4.18 billion users access Internet through Android smartphones.
People spend an average of 6.5 hours per day on the Internet and the average connection speeds is around 11 Mbps. Mobile Internet users consume videos and make millions of Google searches per day making video and search the most widely used services on the Internet.
With this increasing demand in the Internet we can see a pressure to deliver better performance with less capex by ISPs. ISPs need to step up their game to focus on providing Internet plans with higher speed and affordability. Peering with the content providers for the most consumed traffic is the best way to reduce transit costs and price of Internet plans.
Jaze ISP Manger Integrates with multiple BRAS routers and enables ISPs to centrally manage their end-to-end operations with bandwidth capping and business process automation.
The infographic below shows Internet growth and smartphone penetration in Africa. Most of Africa is still not urban yet and Internet penetration stands at just 40%. Most of the coutries in Africa still have weak Internet infrastructure. Ecommerce and fintech are epected to drive Internet penetration. It is likely to grow at a faster rate than elsewhere in the world. Internet in Africa will raise the possibility of a greater number of profound social, political, and economic changes.
ISPs and governments will need to invest on fiber infrastructure to accelerated growth in Internet and broadband connections in the developing countries of Africa. Low cost access will be the basis for the success of Internet deployment.
A combination of cost effective hardware and software is required for low cost deployment and Jaze ISP manger provides ISPs a complete ISP management module which helps ISPs to shape traffic efficiently through RADIUS based policies provide better quality of service and browsing experience to subscribers.
The infographic below shows the bandwidth requirements for virtual and augmented reality. Augmented reality(AR) and virtual reality(VR) technologies are expected to become widespread in the coming digital age of consumer electronics with potential applications for creating a wide variety of use cases. AR will serve a broad spectrum of roles in daily life and VR with live games will take the user experience to another level.
VR and AR will push the bandwidth requirements upwards bringing many challenges to the Internet service providers running on legacy technologies. ISPs will require to cater to these demands by providing high capacity symmetrical bandwidth, uniform internet speed with low latency and IPv6 connectivity to provide rich visual content for the VR enabled electronic devices. AR will require upwards of 100Mbps and VR will require upwards of 25Mbps on a contact basis for a smooth experience.
Jaze ISP Manager enables ISPs to customize their Internet offerings according to these new consumer trends and to make the best use of upcoming technology with Integrating IPv6 and best quality of service for broadband customer and to centrally manage end-to-end operations for their business.
The infographic below shows the importance of Wi-Fi for Retail businesses like clothing stores, restaurants, hotels, coffee shops and public places like parks, Airlines and others where people like to connect and use public Wi-Fi for Internet access. This free Wi-Fi strategy makes people feel more engaged and helps them stay in the store longer thereby helping shops increase sales.
Also, the free Wi-Fi access provides an opportunity for the retailer to show their brand and promotions on connecting to the Wi-Fi on the landing pages as well as capture mobile number and other details of the user before authenticating them to allow access to the Internet. This allows retailers to collect data and then use it on their marketing campaigns.
Jaze Networks provides Cloud hosted Wi-Fi hotspot management solution to empowers businesses and to provide completely cloud-managed hotspots across distributed locations managed from a single dashboard with configurable workflows. You can engage your customers with captivating advertisements, collect guest data and advertise your offerings.
The infographic below shows the differences between 4G and 5G Internet. 5G has massive speeds and capacity with low latency and relies on high-band spectrum. One of the most innovative aspects of the 5G is its architecture and it is designed on 5G network slicing, covering certain SLA-specified factors such as connectivity, speed, capacity and security. It is estimated that 40 percent of the global population, or approximately 2.7 billion people will be covered by 5G in the next 3 years.
The rollout 5G technology will be very challenging for all the major telecom giants as involves high capital costs and changing end user handsets to enable support for 5G. But the benefits of the technology outweigh the issues, and the rollout of 5G also signals the dawn of next generation of technology to assist in autonomous vehicles, next-level smart cities and homes, and more.
Internet service providers will need to adapt to use their fiber networks to provide broadbands at low latency and high bandwidth to compete with 5G proliferation. Jaze ISP Management solution enables ISPs to ensure the best quality of service with custom peering policies for broadband customers and to centrally manage end-to-end operations for their business.
The Infographic below shows some interesting Internet statistics for last year which was dominated worldwide by the pandemic. As Internet is constantly evolves, these statistics will be different from year to year. More than 4 billion users are connected to the internet and still there is half of the world’s population which has no access to the Internet. Netflix and YouTube have become major video streaming platforms and eCommerce profits have also increased due to pandemic. Taiwan is way ahead compared to even developed countries in terms of Internet penetration and speeds.
The continuous increase of Internet users will also mean that technology will go through innovations. Telecom industry and ISPs will face many complex challenges and new opportunities will also be created for benefits of accessing the Internet.
Jaze ISP Manager provides vendor agnostic ISP Management software which helps to deliver fully managed IPv6 services and manage your bandwidth polices to provide low latency and high-quality experiences to end users at affordable rates for delivering next generation of Internet services.
The infographic below shows how connectivity has evolved from early 90’s to today. There will be more than 2.5 billion 5G subscriptions around the world in the next few years which will cover most of the population and drive mobile traffic growth enormously. There are some challenges with regards to deploying more towers and equipment and having the end-users upgrade their handsets to support 5G. 5G will create more opportunities to industries like telecom, healthcare, manufacturing, agriculture, financial and many more and this can lead us to increased adoption of IoT devices connected to 5G.
As 5G devices adoption increases within a year of availability, network services and internet service providers, need to transform their offerings as 5G will start to compete with what is already being offered by them on broadband. The providers have to adapt to meet customer requirements in terms of security, latency and bandwidth.
Jaze Networks provides Jaze ISP Management solutions enables ISPs to ensure the best quality of service for broadband customers and keeps up with all the upcoming technologies to centrally manage end-to-end operations for their business with support for IPv6 and IoT for next generation services.
The infographic below shows about Internet of Everything (IoE) which represents the connection between people, process, data and things. Billions of objects will have sensors in the future and IoE will further advance the power of the Internet to improve business and industry outcomes, and ultimately make people’s lives better by adding to the progress of IoT. This has many benefits like advanced medical devices, Railway and transportation factory automation sensors and applications in industrial robotics, electricity transmission, sensor motes for increased agricultural yield, and endless list of products and services.
IoE will be ultimate future challenge for internet service providers where it also gives scope to many more solutions and technology to detect measure and assess their status of all the connected devices. ISPs are going to experience a phase of great technological transformation in the coming future. IPv6 deployment by ISPs will play a major role in the advancement of this technology.
Jaze Networks provides ISP management and Wi-Fi hotspot management solutions to effectively manage all your ISP business operations and ensures support for IPv6 to enable upcoming technology trends to drive next generation services.
The infographic below shows the pathway of how the Internet actually travels from home computers to data centers with serve the Internet content to your browsers. Every day we use the Internet and it has become one of the most significant factors to help us connect to the people even thousands of miles apart. One thing is constant that no matter what the device a person is using, the data has to make a long and highly structured journey to be delivered to the end user.
The user’s request travels from his browser to reach the Internet Service Provider (ISP). The ISP has routers which uplinks to multiple upstream providers and Internet exchanges to make the most efficient and cost-effective path to reach the required servers. Today almost 80% of the traffic is served from the local servers of big content providers like Google, Amazon, Netflix, etc by peering with Internet exchanges to provide low latency and low transit costs.
Jaze ISP Manager helps ISPs to shape, manage and route packets efficiently with flexible radius peering policies and ensures you deliver high quality of internet services with low latency to end users at affordable rates.
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