5G Data Performance
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Mobile Video Streaming: Buffering…
We did a study of mobile video streaming across different carriers, devices, and services. View some surprising results, what motivates consumers to look elsewhere, and how Spirent can help you keep your customers happy.
Field Testing 5G Data Challenges and Assuring Performance
The race is on to deliver 5G services. Take a quick look at the 5G standardization timeline, new challenges and consumer expectations, and what’s different about testing 5G data performance in the field.
Insights from Testing 5G Launches in the Real World
As 5G rolls out in numerous global markets, service providers need to be sure their new networks live up to the high expectations. But as 5G technologies are radically more complex, there are important differences in critical areas of performance testing that cannot be ignored. In this webinar, we explore key issues that have been discovered during the early phases of network launches. Spirent welcomes Michael Thelander from Signals Research Group to join us as we look at the importance of understanding these differences, the criticality of benchmarking key metrics, important insights from multiple 5G early-launch field reports, and a deep dive into the methodologies from some of the studies.
Video Quality Challenges
Video is steadily rising toward becoming the de facto standard for personal communications. Expanding beyond traditional telecommunications and cable networks, more and more players are entering the arena to deliver richer multimedia experiences capable of high-quality video calling, streaming, broadcast and virtual reality. For content providers and distribution channels alike, it is important to note that each type of video has its own unique characteristics and challenges that can greatly affect the user experience. Understanding these complexities is key.
Measuring Video Quality Using AI
Streaming video services are now pervasive, and with wide availability of high performing cellular and broadband networks, video-over-mobile is truly exploding. But in delivering the high-quality experience that viewers now expect, dozens of factors come into play at every stage - from servers to networks to a multitude of devices – that can adversely affect video quality.