Many people think they understand how network operator revenues are related to network performance, but intuition can often prove misleading. We’ve taken the time to pull apart all the logical links and their relationships. This model – The Ladder – is a robust guide to thinking about network performance. Watch the video to learn more.
In chemistry, to understand how different atoms come together to form molecules, you need to grasp their constituent components of protons, neutrons and electrons. Similarly in network performance engineering, we need to be able to decompose loss and delay in space and time, with the temporal having three elementary components. Watch the video to learn more.
To make rational decisions about network optimisation and management you need sufficient visibility of what is going on, and a model of cause and effect. This requires us to obtain high-fidelity performance data, which can (only) be done using multi-point measurements. We look at the theory, as well as some practical fixed and mobile applications. Watch the video to learn more.