The infographic below shows some of the tips to boost your Wi-Fi signal to get most out of your Internet connection at home when everyone at home is connected with multiple devices. Many factors can affect your Internet speed at home. The placement of your router Wi-Fi router is crucial in determining the Internet speeds you get throughout your home. This directly affects your content streaming as well as uploads and downloads and anything which requires high bandwidth and low latency. The equipment you are using and unused connected devices play a major role in determining throughput available to the device.
Internet service providers are responsible for making sure that their subscribers are accessing the internet with devices capable of delivering the throughput the home, regulating plans and policies routing internet traffic and resolving the speed issues and monitoring network equipment of the customer to provide best quality of Internet service possible.
Jaze ISP Manager helps ISPs to manage end-to-end operations of ISP business like providing custom radius policies with upload and download speeds, status of network equipment, integrates with carrier class routers from Cisco, Juniper, Huawei and Mikrotik to provide low latency and great broadband experiences to subscribers.
The infographic below shows the future of IoT. IoT will power the future by enabling advanced services to interconnect starting from Smart Homes, Connected cars and wearables to everything that needs to be connected, maintained and monitored by the electronic devices without human intervention. The Covid19 pandemic also boosted IoT trends like using temperature checking sensors to monitor patients and installing robots to deliver health messages and sanitizers at entrances and many more.
The cost of the equipment and sensors has also reduced and Smartphones have become the personal gateway for IoT. Technology is also slowly being updated from IPv4 to IPv6 to connect limitless devices. Consumers also demand to embrace this new technology by improving health, safety and much more. ISPs should ensure their networks scale to cope with increasing demand and integrate with all the new delivery technologies to provide cost effective growth. Adoption of IPv6 from end-to-end would be the first step to be enable IoT usage on their networks.
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The covid-19 pandemic has led to a sudden surge in Internet usage due to the lockdown imposed worldwide. People and organizations have to adjust to the new scenarios of working online. Internet services have seen a huge surge in usage from 40 % to 100 %, compared to pre-lockdown levels. Due to this surge, the Internet users have experienced some bottlenecks in connecting to the Internet due to the surge in usage during this time. Activities like Wi-Fi calling, video gaming and streaming content online have been major activities done online. Also, more than 50% of our daily activities have also moved online.
Internet service providers have experienced some issues due to the sudden spike in the Internet usage in the beginning of the pandemic and every Internet related Industry has had to take steps to ensure the smooth functioning of the Internet. Telecom operators have upgraded their equipments to adjust to the new spike and provide best streaming experience to the customers. FTTH operators have been able to cater to the demand without much change to their equipment and upgrading only their core and BRAS routers to scale capacity.
Jaze Networks provides ISP management solutions to manage your ISP business and enables to centrally manage end-to-end operations integrating with multiple BRAS routers to shape your traffic efficiently through RADIUS based policies.
The infographic below shows Internet delivery and access of content with and without net neutrality. With net neutrality, it should be free to access all content and applications equally, regardless of the source. In other words, net neutrality is the principle that the company that connects you to the internet does not get to control what you do on the Internet. Some ISPs restrict using some websites or they may redirect to another website or they can also control speed of your Internet based on the website you visit or services you use. This practice needs to stop and the Internet should be delivered by ISPs without any manipulation.
Today with multiple content providers providing caching and peering services, ISPs are deliberately shaping traffic according to the cost of their uplinks to different services and this is resulting in poor experiences for end-users. Providing better low latency content with peering is a good practice but shaping traffic according to the destination is a practice which ISPs need to stop in order to deliver better broadband experiences for their subscribers.
Jaze ISP Manager enables ISPs to provide seamless Internet connectivity integrating with broadband and peering services with specific plan policies and managing by providing Quality Internet to subscribers.
People are using Internet now more than ever. The infographic below shows the gender-wise statistics of Internet usage and its addiction. More and more people are getting addicted to the Internet and statistics say that more than 55% are addicted to the Internet and spend more than 15hrs surfing online through different sites for entertainment, news information, shopping, work and many more. Compared to women, men spend more time on the Internet. And this current pandemic situation really boosted up the internet addiction and making people spend more time online apart from doing their work from home. More and more people from younger generation are getting addicted to the Internet and cannot stay without it.
People who are addicted to the internet demand ever faster internet connectivity and are getting frustrated with any issues in the Internet service. Broadband providers need to ensure subscribers are delivered a guaranteed quality of service, which is especially required with the kind of usage we are seeing today.
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5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) is set to change how broadband will be delivered in places where laying fiber is a challenge. It is set to become the most reliable choice with high internet speeds and great replacement for fiber connections which can be easily deployed without much CAPEX involved. With the benefits like self-installation, ultra high-speed broadband without lag it is set to challenge and offer services at almost the same price as current GPON based broadband services for homes. By 2023, these 5G FWA will be used by most of the population as it enables to deliver low latency broadband to suburban and rural areas, which is really needed to improve connectivity to rural population in India and supporting home and business applications where fiber is prohibitively expensive to lay and maintain.
ISPs will need to deal with this competition in the coming years. Offering higher bandwidths on fiber at lower costs and supporting IPv6 for the future adoption of IoT based devices will be the only way to stand a chance to compete against 5G FWA provided by telcos.
Jaze ISP Manager enables Internet service providers to roll out broadband services with the flexibility to design the Internet package and quality of service options based on their subscriber’s requirements and integrates with all major NAS and BRAS routers with support for IPv6 and next generation services.
The Infographic below shows the growth story so far of broadband connectivity in Africa. By 2021 there will be more than 200 million people connected to the Internet for the first time and will require an investment of 9 billion USD. With appropriate investment towards the growth in broadband connections across the continent, the number of connections are bound to increase with Internet becoming a necessity everywhere. Connecting the unconnected also requires rolling out innovative and alternative solutions (Wi-Fi, satellites, etc.), awareness programs of Internet benefits in the remote areas through African governments. This will create a huge difference and by 2030 the number of new Internet connections added on will be more than 1 billion and will require an investment of about 100 billion dollars across the continent.
Achieving this universal broadband is a big challenge where and to build a digital ecosystem, ISPs should offer flexible service plans or scalable solutions to fulfill the requirements of the subscribers with affordability for sustainable development.
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The infographic below shows live content streaming statistics of 2020. As 2020 has been a year where pandemic has affected people in different ways, there were huge variations in trends compared to previous years. The only industries which benefited due to this situation were Internet based companies. Those providing live content streaming have played a major role to provide entertainment, events, news and other content to people locked up at home. Nearly 23% of the people have watched content from live streaming sources post outbreak of pandemic and more than 50% in the UK and the US. These numbers still continue to rise as the streaming industry has created more interactive advertisements and increased businesses for both content creators and viewers.
From these live streaming statistics it is evident that this business is thriving and is here to stay. In 2021 and post-COVID-19, it will continue to grow and attract more subscribers. To cater to this demand, ISPs needs to step-up their game for providing unlimited internet broadband speeds without any interruption with local peering for a good viewing experience in HD for end-users.
Jaze Networks provides ISP management solutions for Internet Service Providers to manage broadband and leased line connections with the ability to define attributes on RADIUS for shaping traffic efficiently and deliver a better end-user experience.
The infographic below shows the next wave of Internet growth which will connect things, people, processes and data in one vast distributed network. It is predicted that there will more than 50 billion connected devices by 2022 and it is set to become a hyper-connected network and generating a massive revenue in the economy with about 14 trillion dollars at stake. Internet of Everything technologies will create an impact in networking and business across industries including IT, Retail, Education, Manufacturing, and Finance in different ways. It also has many challenges like security since it involves unidentified network connections and roaming devices on a big distributed network which are to be addressed.
Internet of Everything is where everything and everyone, including processes and data are interlinked in a big distributed network and where ISPs play a major role in creating this network evolution. They should be future ready by delivering Internet which supports new upcoming technologies and enhancing the customer experience.
Jaze ISP Management software helps ISPs to manage and monitor all aspects of their business provide a better quality service to subscribers and scale up the business.
The Infographic below shows the statistics and growth analysis of DOCSIS 3.1 and its broadband benefits like secure delivery of high speed data, video, voice and next generation services which significantly increases upstream data speed and enables simultaneous gigabit services over existing hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) technology. This will further develop a change in broadband usage demand as people need more bandwidth, for streaming of videos without interruption. In US, more than 90 percent of households are connected to an HFC network, and consumers typically have higher download speeds than upload speeds. Switching to DOCSIS 3.1 will result in full efficiency of spectrum usage by providing better upload throughput.
DOCSIS 3.1 technology helps to meet the future requirements of the Internet users such as virtual and augmented reality. Since a large network based on coaxial cable has already been deployed, DOCSIS 3.1 provides the best use of the already existing infrastructure where deploying fiber for GPON is not feasible.
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