Resolving Mobile Broadband Network Congestion

A new white paper discusses the importance of mobile traffic management.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Aug 12, 2010
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3G Americas, a wireless industry trade association representing the 3GPP family of technologies, has published a white paper to help educate on the importance of traffic management for mobile broadband networks. The report, according to this Market Wire news release, focuses on 3GPP networks and concerns itself specifically with traffic management, including the handling of traffic flows on 3GPP networks in contrast with other network management techniques that operators may deploy (such as offloading, compression, network optimization and other important mechanisms).


"Mobile broadband networks are confronted by a number of challenges. In particular, the physical layer in mobile networks is subject to a unique confluence of unpredictable and unrelated, or 'orthogonal,' influences. Moreover, mobile broadband networks have some important differences from their fixed brothers and sisters, which lead to different traffic management requirements. Among the most significant differences for purposes of traffic management is the need for more granular visibility to circumstances on the ground. Optimally, traffic management for mobile broadband networks requires visibility to what is occurring (by device or application) at the cell site level and in a timeframe that enables as far as feasible near-time reactions to resolve issues."

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