Data Centre & Storage Solutions

Big Data Analytics in Large Scale Carrier WiFi Deployments

Provided by Ruckus Wireless

Category Data Centre & Storage Solutions

Type White Paper

Length 4

Publish Date June 04 2015

Date posted June 08 2015

Overview

With a reporting and analytics engine, it will be possible for carriers to more effectively leverage the enormous amount of performance data coming out of today’s WiFi networks. This data can be turned into a wide variety of standard and custom reports. These reports can look at past network performance and can also predict future performance. The ability to archive and manipulate this data offers the WiFi operator an enormous competitive advantage. This will manifest itself in a more rapid MTTR (mean time to repair), more rapid build-out of capacity in areas that will start to see capacity exhaust in the near future, the ability to provide location based services, and opportunities to track the kinds of applications running on the network. All can play a role in enabling the carrier to provide a better user experience and gain competitive advantage.

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