Introducing the Virtual Quality Network

Virtual Quality Networks (VQNs) are a new category of network infrastructure. Just like how VPNs isolate sensitive traffic based on security needs, VQNs isolate important traffic based on quality needs. In this tech talk we explore what a VQN is, how they work, and how they can help you.

VUC webinar recording

This webinar recording explores the transition from broadband Internet access to cloud application access, and how VQN services from Just Right Networks Ltd enable assured quality for voice and video.

Stop drinking the 5G bathwater

The telecoms industry is fatally caught between reinventing circuits with 5G, and an envy of vertical application businesses. Survival is not mandatory.

Examples of high-fidelity network measures using ∆Q metrics

∆Q is the mathematical language in which supply and demand for broadband performance can be expressed. Here are examples of high-fidelity ∆Q measures.

A small gem from the telegram era

We take modern communications for granted, and assume that emails arrive ungarbled. This was not always the case, as a century-old telegram shows us.

VoiceBase is the “Google of hypervoice”

Voice has joined the hypermedia revolution, becoming rich a data type. VoiceBase has taken pole position as the “Google of semantic contextual voice”.

Air travel and telecoms: different disruptions, same management problem

The airline industry and the telecoms industry are both forms of transport. How can telcos learn from air travel disruption management challenges?

Do we need “telecoms foodbanks”?

How well does the telecoms industry service the needs of the very poor in developed countries such as the UK? How can we do better?

The telecoms industry does not exist. Here is why.

I am, allegedly, an expert in telecoms. This is not possible, as the telecoms industry does not really exist. So what does exist?

Intervals to instants – The ultimate telecoms “game changer”

“You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” – R. Buckminster Fuller The telecoms industry is facing a profound shift, comparable to digitisation in the 1970s and cellular in the 1990s. It is moving to networks that match supply to demand under […]