Growth of smart homes is going to generate great revenue opportunities for telcos and communication service providers (CSPs). Home automation and smart homes are the two ambiguous terms used in reference to a wide range of solutions for monitoring, controlling, and automating functions in a home. With the launch of Google Home and Alexa from Amazon, the hype in the making homes smarter is higher than ever.
The smart home system requires a Smartphone application or a web portal to interact with an automated system. The scope of smart homes includes but is not limited to the devices that can be controlled by switches, timers, sensors and remote controllers apart from other control devices. This includes everything from smart power sockets to light bulbs and even smart microwaves.
To access these facilities to the fullest people need uninterrupted Internet broadband services in their homes. ISPs need to be IPv6 enabled to allow devices to be connected directly to the Internet without NAT to enable the best smart home experience to end-users.
Jaze Networks provides ISP management solutions for Internet Service Providers to manage broadband and leased line connections with Flexible Billing, Helpdesk management with full IPv6 support with a wide range of NAS and BRAS routers.
The infographic below shows Internet access and usage in India by state. We can clearly observe that from the statistics, the capital city seems to be on top with nearly 100 million Internet connections in Delhi followed by Kerala and Punjab in second and third place with nearly 40 million in each state. The least number of Internet users are in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana with very low Internet penetration rates. India has highest number of Internet users in second place followed by China. India will have more than half a billion Internet users by the end of 2020.
In India, nearly one-third of users accessed Internet for ‘more than one hour’ in urban India, where as in rural India, a similar proportion of users accessed Internet for 15-30 minutes. With better connectivity, quality of service and affordability of mobile Internet, there could be an increase in rural customers spending more time in future.
India is a growing and evolving market and the demand for Internet will drive up more connections with economies of scale. ISPs should ensure their networks scale to cope with increasing demand and integrate with new delivery technologies like FTTH and GPON to provide cost effective services.
Jaze ISP Manger Integrates with multiple BRAS routers and enables ISPs to centrally manage their end-to-end operations with triple-play management and business process automation.
The infographic below shows the growing similarities of Internet service providers (ISPs) and Platform Providers (PPs). The ISPs provide their customer’s internet through routers, switches and hardware boxes while PPs provide Internet through cloud-based software on standard processors and storage.
ISPs are now slowly moving to cloud-based network structure model which improves the scalability of networks with software based SDN capabilities. The cloud’s on-demand self-service, broad network access, resource pooling, rapid elasticity and measured service enable ISPs to scale out without incurring huge costs. This is what makes the cloud so powerful. Cloud capability also allows taking advantage of Network functions virtualization (NFV) and helps ISPs better predict and provision their user traffic, to help them better manage and price their services and new policies to boost declining revenue of ISPs.
Platform Providers are in a way enabling ISPs to use their platforms or create similar platforms to help deliver scalable Internet services to subscribers. Many platform providers offer direct interconnect and peering along with caching services to help deliver their content faster through ISPs either with dedicated infrastructure or co-located with ISPs.
Jaze ISP management solution enables Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to scale out and manage growing subscriber bases centrally and provide managed QoS with optimum bandwidth allocation for building highly scalable networks.
The Infographic below shows the importance of fiber-optic Internet connections for the growth of digital services, infrastructure and quality of life. There are different broadband connection types like ADSL (full copper line), FTTC (fiber & copper line), FTTP (full fiber line) and FTTH(Fiber to the Home). The copper line broadband connections have many disadvantages in delivering the internet speed and quality of your internet connection compared to the full fiber broadband connection. Full-fiber can also deliver very low latency, which means, less delay between sending a request and getting a response.
The Infographic below offers some stunning statistics that sum up where bandwidth stands today and where we are headed. Determining how much Internet speed you need is a straightforward calculation, but it involves many factors. You’ll need to consider the total number of Internet users, the various on-line activities we engage in, the bandwidth necessary for those activities, and how many of those users will be using the Internet simultaneously. These factors will affect the Quality of Experience for the users.
Jaze ISP Manager AAA solutions integrates with carrier class routers from Cisco, Juniper, Huawei and Mikrotik to provide low latency and great broadband experiences to subscribers with specific traffic based QoS policies and more.
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