LTE (long term evolution) provides the fastest mobile broadband services commercially available today. But have you ever wondered how it works? Ericsson has created a video that explains not only how LTE works but also what benefits it has for the end-user.
Video content, of which YouTube is a major part, constitutes a large share of residential Internet traffic. In this paper, we analyse the user demand patterns for YouTube in two metropolitan access networks with more than 1 million requests over three consecutive weeks in the first network and more than 600,000 requests over four consecutive weeks in the second network.
Boosting network capacity to meet increased demand is no easy task. Network growth requires long-term planning – and demand can be erratic.
Operators have a tendency to look inward rather than outward, and often fail to connect with and inspire their customers. In order to compete in our consumerist world, they need to pay closer attention to innovation and design.
Chunghwa Telecom first in Taiwan to launch multiscreen television service
Tata Sky first in India to launch a Video On Demand Service, offering enhanced choice and flexibility.
In this video, several researchers at Ericsson ConsumerLab explain how they work, reveal some of their latest insights and present the value that ConsumerLab brings to the table.