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Monitoring LTE Networks


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Full text: Mobile data traffic is skyrocketing, fueled by the dramaticuptake of advanced applications like e-mail,
Web browsing, video,multimedia messaging and content downloads. Technological advancesand new pricing
models have converged to create the perfectincubator for mobile data consumption. High-speed
networksoptimized for Internet protocol (IP) transport, flat-rate billingplans, a new breed of "smart" devices, and
compellingnew applications like Facebook, YouTube and Flickr, are driving theaccelerated adoption of mobile
broadband services.
To meet this challenge, global operators are looking for anupgrade path for their current universal mobile
telecommunicationssystem (UMTS) 3G networks - one that will enable the deliveryof more bandwidth and
services at a lower cost. Recent deploymentfigures indicate that many operators are choosing long
termevolution (LTE) as their course for network evolution. As operatorsdeploy LTE networks, monitoring and
performance management willhave a direct impact on competitiveness and profitability.Network-wide visibility is
essential to protect revenues and ensureapplication interaction, service delivery and quality ofexperience. A
real-time network view enables operators tounderstand and track performance and subscriber behavior.
This white paper examines challenges and requirements formonitoring LTE networks.
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Publication title: Telephony
Source details: Online Exclusive
Publication year: 2009
Publication date: Aug 25, 2009
Publisher: Penton Media, Inc., Penton Business Media, Inc.
Place of publication: Chicago
Country of publication: United States
Publication subject: Communications--Telephone And Telegraph
ISSN: 00402656
CODEN: TLPNAS
Source type: Trade Journals
Language of publication: English
Document type: News
ProQuest document ID: 213941472
Document URL: http://search.proquest.com/docview/213941472?accountid=25704
Copyright: Copyright Penton Media, Inc. Aug 25, 2009
Last updated: 2011-05-16

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Citation style: APA 6th - American Psychological Association, 6th Edition
Monitoring LTE networks. (2009). Telephony, Retrieved from
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