The infographic below depicts 5G and the future of connectivity. As 5G technologies have been continuously evolving and it is going to change the way we spend our lives and our communication in the coming future. Compared with the past generations of mobile Internet, 5G will be faster beyond our expectations than our existing 4G networks. The statistics say that there will be nearly 2.6 billion 5G subscriptions and will cover nearly 65% of the world’s population, thereby transmitting much of the Internet traffic through mobile data networks. Some benefits of 5G include higher upload and download speeds with reduced latency for real-time communication. Low power IoT devices will proliferate industries like transportation and IT, collecting and analyzing huge data and creates more opportunities in VR and AI and many more.
All this benefits of 5G also come with challenges. Cities need to install more transmitters than usual to have better connectivity and to experience higher speeds with multiple connected devices at the same time.
Broadband players will also need to step up their game by offering competitive services with better quality of service to compete with 5G network operators and retain their existing subscriber base. How will the broadband market adapt with the roll-out of 5G is still a big question for which we will only need to wait and watch. Retaining existing customer base by broadband operators while reducing churn by providing better services in a cost effective manner will be the key.
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The infographic below shows upcoming technology trends for this year. The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted industries multiple ways. The technology industry has seen increased adoption during this pandemic and has maximized its business by becoming an important part of everybody’s lives. 5G is being rolled out on networks to be adopted earlier than planned. We may experience 5G in certain cities by the end of this year. Other tech trends like virtual reality and edge computing have helped in training, entertainment, education and marketing. Cyber security will always be a trending technology as attacks become more complex. Artificial intelligence is already being adopted to make important decisions in multiple domains as the technology and compute hardware become widely available.
All of these provide an opportunity for Internet service providers to customize their Internet offerings according to these new consumer trends and to make the best use of upcoming technology.
Jaze Networks enables ISPs to manage and deploy scalable business models in order to sustain business growth and cater to subscribers without increasing operations costs.
The infographic below shows the mobile broadband usage statistics in India along with Data Usage, Devices Used and Internet consumption trends. There are more than 700 million Internet users using 4G data and this has increased nearly 60% compared to 2015. Nearly 600 million mobiles are capable of 4G and VoLTE access and now 5G is also being supported on nearly 2 million devices on Indian mobile consumers. The average smartphone usage has also increased to 5 hours a day and people are now more addicted to the Social media and video streaming. The current pandemic situation has also helped boost e-learning as mostly courses are now served online. With the current statistics, Internet user growth is predicted to grow at 4x times by 2025.
Today half of India’s population has access to the Internet which is mostly served by mobile 4G connections followed by fiber broadband services. The market is still wide open to get the other half of unconnected India connected to the Internet. ISPs have to make sure they provide high quality Internet services to their subscribers as the demand for Internet now is more than ever. This presents a huge growing opportunity for both broadband providers and telcos.
Jaze ISP management enables Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to scale out and manage growing subscriber bases centrally and provide managed QoS for building highly scalable networks.
The infographic below shows the foundation and evolution of the Internet over the past years from 2G which has evolved and led the path to current 5G wireless technology which meets the demands of millions of connected devices. The technology started with the first generation, allowing us to basically call each other. When 2G was first developed, it brought in the short message service. The broadband and internet connectivity came with 3G technology, and 4G LTE made the connection speed much faster which played an important role in paving the path to 5G.
With the growth in technology in the future, we are on the beginning of a new era with intelligent connectivity. As networks evolve, ISPs have to adopt offerings to complete with these new technology standards and offerings by telcos. ISPs must focus on network quality with better access to reliable services and better understanding of their customers.
Jaze ISP Management solution enables ISPs to ensure the best quality of service for broadband customers and to centrally manage end-to-end operations for their business with support for IPv6 and IoT for next generation services.
The infographic below shows the statistics of increasing threats for cybersecurity. Cyber security has become the biggest problem for day-to-day business and Internet users. Due to the ongoing pandemic with COVID-19 the number of Internet users have risen drastically and number of Internet connected devices has also increased to on an average of 3 devices per person. Broadband connections have also increased and it has become one of the most important part for every home.
DDOS attacks on SaaS providers and datacenters resulting in major downtimes as well as ransomware and phishing attacks have been widely increasing with the growing number of devices and bandwidth. Devices with unsecure settings are the most vulnerable for turning them into bots for DDOS attacks against large victim servers. Internet users should ensure that they are using the latest software versions with the vulnerability bug fixes as well as ensure that their network settings are secure from hackers.
Network security and device configurations play a critical part of network security to stay safe. Is your router locked down and all your servers hardened for production?
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The infographic below shows worldwide statistics of OTT and video streaming by the users and the expected revenues to be generated through these video platforms in 2021. China alone will account for a massive 76% of total revenue by OTT generated followed by Japan and India. Over the past decade, consumer behavior in terms of data consumption has changed drastically. Now there are over 4 billion users worldwide connected to the Internet. More than 50% of them use mobile phones and tablets to consume content, by watching videos on YouTube, binge-watching web series, movies on OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon prime, etc.
Today Internet packs are far cheaper than it was a few years ago. ISPs are offering unlimited data packs to attract customers with peering with OTT content providers for a better watching experience and reduced costs for the ISP.
Jaze ISP Manager helps ISPs to manage the data traffic and provide flexible bandwidth capping for different services in integration with peering services to deliver a better OTT experience to the customer and integration with OTT platforms for seamless OTT subscription management from a single dashboard.
The infographic below shows the statistics of IoT growth over the past few years. Industries which are more likely to adopt IoT in the coming future are Manufacturing, Telecommunication, Electronics, Healthcare, Transportation, Retail and Agriculture. Most of the Industry leaders are planning to incorporate IoT in next few years to make processes more efficient. With 31 billion connected devices the market for IoT is growing at a rapid pace of more than 30% yearly. Already 4 billion people have at least one connected devices and we can easily see more people getting additional devices connecting to the Internet.
IoT will benefit all industries with Real-time analysis of processes, automation of tasks, improved customer experience and many other benefits. IPv6 adoption by ISPs will provide a major role to support IoT devices on their networks.
Jaze ISP manager enables Internet service providers (ISPs) to deliver fully managed IPv6 services with Prefix Delegation and IPv6 address space management needed for next generation of IoT services.
The infographic below shows online gaming statistics during the pandemic while in the lockdown period. The gaming industry has been unaffected to a large extent during the pandemic, with growing user engagement during this period. Most of the multiplayer games need low latency Internet connections for a smooth experience. In the future, innovative games and services will require faster connection speeds and more data with lower latency. This means broadband networks must keep pace as consumer demands change to cater to these customers who want to enjoy a seamless gaming experience at home.
ISPs have to focus on providing a consistent and high-quality service to its customers due to the increased demand and workload requirements. ISPs need reliable software with support for IPv6 and peering with gaming servers which helps enable which will help providing a low latency connection with direct peer to peer connectivity without NAT.
Jaze ISP Manager enables Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to centrally manage end-to-end operations and scale with customer growth with full support for IPv6.
The infographic below shows the major reasons for slow Internet. Staying indoors and working from home during this pandemic has been easier because we all have an Internet connection. While we have been streaming videos and messaging our friends and colleagues, the unprecedented rise in internet usage might make cause some problems. Some of the common issues like wrong placement of router, a lot of connected devices at the same time, usage of old wi-fi devices and many more are major factors for slowness experienced in home networks.
Internet service providers should keep note and identify the causes for slow Internet on their subscriber’s home networks in order to ensure fast and smooth browsing experience. Today most ISPs have started providing ONUs and ONTs with built in Wi-Fi and they need to configure it on the best possible channel and place it centrally to ensure good coverage of Wi-Fi signal and throughput.
Jaze ISP manager provides an end-to-end solution for ISPs to manage their subscribers and plans along with SNMP based monitoring for GPON equipment to enable ISPs to troubleshoot issues faster by providing statistics of ONUs along with the power levels, uptime and other important information.
The Infographic below shows the differences between current and future internet technology with 4G which is to be succeeded by 5G. The major differences between both the technologies are all about throughput and latency. By 2024, 40% of the world’s population will be connected to 5G. 5G based on network splicing allows for more reliable connections and provides many advantages for applications like IoT with High reliability, low latency and low energy consumption for smart devices in connected homes.
Service providers are already offering 5G connectivity, but it is not yet available to most consumer markets. Service providers are slowly integrating 5G into their networks and plans, which will, in turn, require a new generation of devices for the coming future needs. Spectrum costs and end-device costs will determine the overall costing for 5G delivery.
Broadband will still continue to exist even though 5G becomes widely available as they server different purposes with different use-cases. Jaze ISP Management solution enables ISPs to ensure the best quality of service for broadband customer and to centrally manage end-to-end operations for their business.
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