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The Evolution of Internet Traffic Management – Video Blog

The Evolution of Internet Traffic Management – Video Blog

Why Understanding the Evolution of Internet Traffic Management is Important   When a network approaches link saturation, poor Internet access quickly follows. As Internet Service Providers (ISPs) work to bring their subscribers the best Internet experience,...

Packet Pushers, Congestion Control, QUIC and AQM

Packet Pushers, Congestion Control, QUIC and AQM

Packet Pushers recently published an interesting episode of the Heavy Networking podcast about QUIC. QUIC is a new transport protocol that is already used by Google and is currently being standardized by the IETF. Learning about QUIC alone is worthwhile...

Netflix – How It (Actually) Works: Insights for Network Managers

Netflix – How It (Actually) Works: Insights for Network Managers

Dan Siemon & Scot Loach (Co-founders) from Preseem had the opportunity to go live on ISP radio's latest show with hosts Steven Grabiel and Dennis Burgess on 4th April, 2018. This post is a written summary of the segment where Scot discusses Netflix and...

Subscriber Plan Speeds – WISP Enforcement & It’s Impact On QoE

Subscriber Plan Speeds – WISP Enforcement & It’s Impact On QoE

Preseem is a Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring and optimization platform developed for WISPs. This blog post highlights how traditional subscriber plan enforcement tools like Mikrotik simple queues or APs negatively impact subscriber's Quality of...

WISP Network Bottlenecks & Subscriber’s QoE | Preseem

WISP Network Bottlenecks & Subscriber’s QoE | Preseem

WISP Network bottlenecks - Read the text below or watch the 5-minute video to learn more. Almost all of the Quality of Experience (QoE) issues that we see in fixed wireless setups are due to some kind of network bottlenecks. These network bottlenecks can...

Understanding QoE Degradation in a WISP Network | Preseem

Understanding QoE Degradation in a WISP Network | Preseem

What's the biggest source of QoE degradation in a WISP network? Here's a quick post identifying the biggest source of QoE degradation in a WISP network. To learn more about quality of experience (QoE), check out my previous post by clicking here. The best...

What is Subscriber’s Quality of Experience (QoE)?

What is Subscriber’s Quality of Experience (QoE)?

Quality of Experience (QoE) refers to how the network performs from the perspective of the subscriber. The trick with that is the perspective of the subscriber is a very subjective thing. What we try and do with Preseem is to take this very subjective...

Network Monitoring vs. Monitoring QoE

Network Monitoring vs. Monitoring QoE

Traditional network monitoring tools are not sufficient to ensure your network delivers a good user experience because they measure what is, at best, a proxy for the customer’s real network experience. This post explains the difference between traditional...

Network Monitoring is a Greyscale, Not Black And White

Network Monitoring is a Greyscale, Not Black And White

Traditionally, networks have been monitored through pinging or polling network elements such as routers and switches to determine if they are online or offline. This is often done at long intervals such as 1 or 5 minutes. This type of network monitoring...