Whitepapers

Whitepaper: Balancing the Mobile Data Load

In this whitepaper we have considered both the aspect of data migration from Mobile to Fixed which we term – Data Off-load, and also data migration from Fixed to Mobile which we term – Data On-load. We recognize that even though data offload alleviates some of the operator’s network congestion using micro cells…learn more

Whitepaper: Crunch Time for Mobile Operators

The report found that MNO core revenues were flat-lining and even declining in some markets, the result of market saturation allied to falling ARPU. Furthermore, operators were faced with the prospect of spiraling backhaul costs due to the dramatic increase in cellular network data traffic, which more than doubled in 2010 and is expected to increase by more than 13x to 25,000 Petabytes per annum by 2015…learn more

Technical Videos & Webcasts

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Webcasts

Internet.com Webcasts bring together experts on a variety of IT topics to help technology professionals build their knowledge and shape the future of their IT organizations. The Webcasts cover a broad range of topics and present the opportunity to discuss the challenges that present themselves to IT managers in an interactive environment. The topics covered include security, networking, storage, ITSM, and business/IT alignment.

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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format used to distribute and aggregate Web content (such as news headlines). By using RSS, web content publishers can easily create and disseminate the most current news headlines and URLs. RSS readers or aggregators (such as My Yahoo!, Newsgator and Bloglines) enable users to subscribe to specific feeds without having to continuously check their favorite websites for content updates. The updated content (or feed) is automatically generated and sent to the user through the RSS reader or aggregator. View a compiled list of available RSS readers.