A top executive from JDSU-owned network vendor Arieso is leaving the company, the company confirmed. Shirin Dehghan, Arieso's founder and general manager, is stepping down in August.
Broadening its OSS portfolio for LTE networks, JDSU has acquired substantially all of the assets of Trendium, including its employees and technology. Trendium provides intelligence software for customer experience assurance, asset optimization and big data monetization.
A small sliver of LTE users worldwide, just the top 0.1 percent, are consuming more than half of all LTE downlink data, according to a new research report from network technology firm Arieso. The study, taken together with past trends from previous reports, indicates that a small slice of high-bandwidth consumers are hogging most of the world's data usage, even more than in the past.
People who use Android devices with larger screen sizes tend to consume more data, especially when using a Wi-Fi connection, according to a report from network research firm OpenSignal.
JDSU is paying $85 million cash to gain Arieso's expertise in location-aware software solutions, small cell siting and network optimization.
Smartphone users are actually consuming more data on a per-user basis than tablet subscribers for the first time, according to a new research report from network technology firm Arieso. The finding is notable because tablet users are often seen as the most data-hungry because of their propensity to use their gadgets for video and other media consumption.
It's become conventional wisdom in the wireless world that a small percentage of users are consuming excessive amounts of bandwidth. However, that trend seems to be accelerating, with the top 1
Network optimization specialist Arieso released data that compared subscriber demand for mobile data and found that data call time on certain handsets can increase by as much as 250 percent. Arieso