Blog

Is Shared Infrastructure the Way of the Future?

One of the top emerging trends in Telecom today is infrastructure sharing where providers shift from a closed model to joint utilization. This is significant because this new business model opens new revenue and go-to-market opportunities for ISPs while lowering costs. What’s exciting is that many of the components of broadband networks lend themselves well to infrastructure sharing. For...

read more

The State of Wi-Fi: Will it Meet Future Demand?

In 2020 and 2021, Wi-Fi became critical to our daily lives. The surge of Wi-Fi device use raised it to an essential utility––like electricity, gas, or running water. Wi-Fi networks are consequently experiencing tremendous pressure which amplifies the need for license-exempt spectrum in many countries, begging the question, are we ready for the future? ASSIA is in a unique position to study...

read more

Cable Providers Can Achieve Significant Cost Savings: Here is How

Given recent rapid transitions to work-from-home, telehealth, and remote learning, it is no surprise that broadband usage has exploded globally. As of January 2021, the number of active internet users worldwide reached almost 4.7 billion, which equates to nearly 60% of the population. With residential usage attaining an all-time high, broadband service providers, ISPs, and cable...

read more

Gain a Competitive Edge with EasyMesh

Reliable broadband and Wi-Fi services are more important to consumers than ever before. As online entertainment consumption, remote work, telemedicine, and distance learning explode, better home coverage is not just necessary, but a necessity. Many consumers are turning to mesh networks, which connect multiple wireless nodes, to improve home coverage and network speed. So, it is not surprising...

read more

Finally, the operational efficiency revolution is here for last-mile networks

As remote optimization of residential Wi-Fi becomes widely adopted by service providers worldwide, the industry is facing its next challenge: How to invest in new Wi-Fi technologies that drive down real-world operational costs. Service providers spend huge sums of money on repeated calls to customer service, truck rolls, and general user dissatisfaction when the Wi-Fi is poor or connectivity is...

read more

State of Wi-Fi Reporting Presented At DSA 2021 Global Summit

CEO John M. Cioffi presented a DSA Report containing unique insights about the Wi-Fi spectrum, its use, and limitation at the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance 2021 Global Summit. This presentation covers parameters evolution over time for Wi-Fi traffic, Wi-Fi latency, Wi-Fi interference, Wi-Fi congestion, our conclusions based on the results and implications for the market. Download your copy here.

read more

Improve Subscriber Quality-of-Experience While Generating Incremental Revenues

Today’s ISPs face significant challenges supporting their subscribers as the demand for bandwidth and the number of devices connected to Wi-Fi networks explodes. Yet, as we look to imagine the “new normal,” accelerated by the global pandemic, one thing’s for certain: the need for speedy, reliable broadband is here to stay. So, what now? What matters to subscribers is that the internet works when...

read more

QoS Management for Workput Optimization

ASSIA CloudCheck The importance of work from home has risen vastly over the past year, and this trend looks to be here to stay. While a user may ignore occasional blips in their “for fun” Internet, work from home requires a whole new level of network performance. Ensuring Wi-Fi QoS is arguably the most important component of such performance, and ASSIA CloudCheck is an ideal system to handle...

read more

How Service Providers Can Build and Scale Quality of Experience

Network architectures and subscriber demands, both to-the-home and in-the-home, continue to evolve. And rapidly. To meet the quality-of-service (QoS) and quality-of-experience (QoE) levels customers expect, ISPs must squeeze as much performance as they can out of their existing infrastructures by replacing hardware when needed and building for the future, versus rebuilding their entire networks....

read more

Survey Results: The Future Telco-Connected Home

Download the new survey from Omdia and Broadband Forum on the importance of greater open standards to enable service providers to protect their position in the connected home. This report is a follow-up to a report produced in 2015 in association with the Broadband Forum entitled Efficient and Automated Smart Home Rollout. The analysis in this report is based on a quantitative service provider...

read more