Asia appears to be the leader in a the race to adopt 5G. Countries in Asia have increased their spending on wireless communications infrastructure to build new sites. Investment in 5G will have an unpredicted economic impact. Smart cities will rise where self-driving cars and connected devices will build the smart cities with benefits to transportation, media and utilities industries to enhance the way of living. The growth rate of 5G will be comparatively higher than any other previous technology because of being a enabler for technologies such as the internet of things (IoT) and enhanced mobile broadband services.
With the help of low latency, high reliability and significant throughput improvements, 5G is going to create demand and opportunities through platforms such as IoT, virtual reality and robotics. 5G rollout will deliver better performance for multiple use cases. This would be adopted widely by telcos who are desperate to reduce the cost of data transport at the same rate as the demand for data increases.
With 5G, broadband operators will need to adapt to use their fiber networks for delivery of 5G networks. The broadband market is going to undergo a major disruption with the introduction of 5G and it will be up to the consumer’s choice to decide if they will adopt fiber based broadband alongside their 5G connectivity or just use 5G for home broadband. ISPs need to adopt to provide better services on their existing networks to retain their markets.
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.
Click here to know more.
The infographic below shows the statistics of the Internet usage in India with the Digital India program initiated by the government. With vast amount of investments in fiber and mobile networks by telcos, Internet penetration has been vastly accelerated by Digital India. Although the target of 600 Million broadband users by 2020 was not achieved, we have made huge leaps to almost reach this target, thanks to widespread mobile data over 3G and 4G networks as well as fiber optic network projects. The next decade is expected to bring in the next wave of Digital India with even higher number of subscribers with higher bandwidth and data consumption.
The recent covid-19 pandemic that has increased the need for Internet with services from social media to entertainment and shopping being availed from their connected devices at home. The number of monthly active internet users has grown 24% over that of last year, indicating an overall penetration of 41%. This was mostly achieved by the mobile Internet broadband connections over the last couple of years.
As Internet data plans, home Wi-Fi, public Wi-Fi hotspots have become more affordable and easily available, access to internet in India will become more widespread in next coming years.
Managing networks in a scalable and automated manner can become complicated and Jaze ISP Manager is the helps Internet service providers and Wi-Fi HotSpot operators to manage their entire business operations from end-to-end and is Made is India to envision Digital India.
The infographic below shows how much bandwidth every household needs for all their connected devices. This varies from one household to another based on the number of devices used and the usage pattern. It varies significantly based on what you do online and how many people and devices are connected to your network. Today an average family of 4 members has 7 connected devices. Wi-Fi connections especially on 5Ghz are getting significantly faster with higher speed, higher reliability and availability throughout the house.
Streaming HD videos happens to be the most bandwidth intensive application on the network with about 5 Mbps per stream. With two parallel streams and browsing, the Internet consumption is not more than 11 Mbps per household. This is more than sufficient for all activities performed online. Despite this service providers provide upwards of 100Mbps on broadband to make plans more attractive though this peak limit will rarely be reached for home consumption.
Internet service providers should be able to provide uninterrupted Internet services with great speed and reliability to make their subscribers have a seamless browsing experience. Most of the streaming services today are available on local peering thereby reducing costs and latency and improving end user experience.
Jaze ISP manager provides an end to end solution in integration with a wide range of NAS and BRAS routers to manage subscribers and operations to help ISPs scale their business.
The infographic below shows Internet usage statistics around the world. Internet in our lives has a very prominent role with lots of people spending more time doing more things online than ever before. Almost 4.57 billion people were active Internet users as of July 2020. This represents 59 percent of the global population which tells us that more than half the world is connected to the Internet in one way or another. China, India and the US account for the most number of Internet users per country. An average person spends almost 7 hours a day using the Internet for Social media, entertainment, work related actives and many more.
With these statistics it is clear that the need for Internet bandwidth is going to increase in the future with more and more data being consumed and generated. The world will soon become a place where almost every individual has their own Internet connection with multiple Internet connected devices per individual. ISPs need to manage their networks and business to scale up based on the increasing data usage patterns and user base.
Jaze ISP Manager helps ISPs scale up their business and operations with ease and put your ISP business on auto-pilot from lead enquiry to customer support.
Comprehensive ISP management software solution to automate & manage your entire ISP business without any hassle.
|66 Raju Nagar Main Road, Thuraipakkam, Tamil Nadu 600097
© COPYRIGHT 2023. JAZE NETWORKS PVT LTD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.