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What to expect from 5G?

December 31, 2020 0 Comments

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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How much bandwidth do we really need?

December 24, 2020 0 Comments

The infographic below shows the statistics of bandwidth speeds which we actually need to connect multiple devices simultaneously for different internet activities. We are now using Internet more than ever, and the number of connected devices in households is growing quickly and with these increasing demands from streaming, gaming and connected devices people are expecting an uninterrupted Internet connection with reliable throughput and low latency.

The ISP providers should work towards offering the best Internet services to all users on all devices. Internet penetration and broadband is going to grow at a healthy pace and ISPs need to IPv6 support on their networks to cater to the increasing number of devices.

Jaze ISP manager enables Internet service Providers (ISPs) to centrally manage end-to-end operations and scale with customer growth with precise control on bandwidth and QoS with customizable billing options and more for delivering the best possible experience to your Internet subscribers with support for both IPv4 and IPv6 with a wide range of BRAS routers.

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How much Upstream Bandwidth do you need?

December 18, 2020 0 Comments

The infographic below shows how much upstream bandwidth speed is required for typical activities on the Internet. The way we use the Internet has changed. In the early days, Internet was mostly used to browse for information. The Internet has evolved to include different types of user-generated content like videos, photos, video streaming and many more. A web audio conference call requires only an upload bandwidth of about 0.03 to 0.15 Mbps in bandwidth, whereas a video call may require up to 3 Mbps.

Earlier bandwidth used to non-symmetric with delivery media such as copper and coax cables. But today with fiber, this restriction is almost gone with most ISPs providing symmetrical upload and download speeds in full duplex mode.

This greatly enhances the experience of activities like video conferencing and streaming footage from security cameras. Today, ISP providers are setting up the game with more than 95% of the providers serving 20Mbps of upload bandwidth even on coax cable.

Jaze ISP Manager provides configurable options to adjust upstream bandwidth on their Internet plans and helps them shape traffic efficiently through RADIUS based policies to provide better quality of service and browsing experience to subscribers.

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Rise of Internet subscriber numbers in India

December 11, 2020 0 Comments

The infographic below shows Internet usage growth statistics in India compared to the previous years. As of now, India stands in second place in terms of Internet users and it continues to grow at a healthy pace. Based on the numbers, more than 10% population of Internet users in the world are from India and most of them access Internet from mobile devices. The rural Internet users are also growing because of affordability of mobile data and easy access to smartphones. Facebook is the biggest social media network in India followed by Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. People are using these social media channels nearly 3-4 hrs in a day accessing different kinds of information, entertainment and news updates.

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. The growth is going to continue and the demand in the market for broadband and Internet access is still very high mainly driven by young Internet users and digitization of the economy and e-learning. ISPs and telcos have a major role in satisfying this increasing demand. The potential for subscriber growth is still there thanks to the huge population and a lot of under-penetrated areas especially in rural areas.

Jaze ISP management solution enables Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to scale out and manage growing subscriber bases centrally and provide managed QoS for building highly scalable networks in order to cater to the surging demand for Internet in India.

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The Cost of Internet Downtime

December 4, 2020 0 Comments

The infographic below shows the cost of IT downtime which creates revenue loss and decreases the end-user experience. For every business it is important to be connected all times. We live in a connectivity-driven economy, where efficiency and productivity of businesses are dependent on non-stop access to on-line applications and data. Many organizations cannot afford downtime and even a small interruption causes huge losses for the companies dependent on the connectivity. Telecommunications Healthcare, IT, Investment and banking need continuous access to the information and stay connected 24×7. Companies may suffer huge economic loss during critical application failures for even an hour of network downtime.

Downtime can be prevented by regular monitoring of networks and by also having redundancy which can be helpful to decrease the revenue loss. Today’s uptime requirements of networks are in the range of less than a few minutes per year for leased lines.

Jaze ISP Manager provides Active-Active redundancy across data centers to ensure that you remain fully operational even during a single site or server failure for both cloud and on-premise deployments to ensure 100% uptime and availability.

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