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Brothers WISP Podcast with Preseem – Video

Brothers WISP Podcast with Preseem – Video

Brothers WISP Podcast with Preseem: Recap To celebrate our recent sponsorship of the Brothers WISP podcast, our Chief Product Officer Dan Siemon and Senior Product Manager Jeremy Austin joined host Tommy Croghan for a discussion on QoE, traffic shaping, and many other...

The Ultimate WISP Guide to Customer Success

The Ultimate WISP Guide to Customer Success

The Ultimate WISP Guide to Customer Success: Webinar It's no secret that wireless internet service providers (WISPs) need a good sales and marketing team to help them grow. But how can you sustain this growth in the long term? How can you differentiate your business...

The Evolution of Preseem – Video Blog

The Evolution of Preseem – Video Blog

The Ongoing Evolution of Preseem This blog takes a look at the evolution of Preseem and how we continue to refine our QoE monitoring and optimization metrics.Preseem's Quality of Experience (QoE) monitoring and optimization metrics, like TCP Round Trip Time and...

Preseem’s 2020 Wireless ISP Texas Road Trip

Preseem’s 2020 Wireless ISP Texas Road Trip

Preseem's Wireless ISP Texas Road Trip In early March 2020, Preseem's CEO, Gerrit Nagelhout, and Director of Marketing, Harneet Singh, headed to Dallas, Texas to prepare for the annual WISPAMERICA Conference. Arriving a week before the event start date, the pair...

The Future of Fixed Wireless: What’s Next for WISPs?

The Future of Fixed Wireless: What’s Next for WISPs?

WISP Fireside Chat Part 4: The Future of Fixed Wireless At a recent WISPAPALOOZA, Preseem hosted a WISP Fireside Chat on the future of fixed wireless. We invited members of the fixed wireless community to bring along their questions for three successful WISP...

WISP Best Practices — Learn from the Fixed Wireless Pros

WISP Best Practices — Learn from the Fixed Wireless Pros

WISP Best Practices At a recent WISPAPALOOZA, Preseem invited network owners and operators from three successful WISPs to engage in a Q&A with other members of the fixed wireless community. The panel consisted of Adair Winter of AW Broadband, Darin Steffl of Minnesota...

WISP Business Tips from Fixed Wireless Industry Experts [Video]

WISP Business Tips from Fixed Wireless Industry Experts [Video]

WISP Business Tips A few months ago, Preseem hosted a Fireside Chat at WISPAPALOOZA with three operators of successful WISPs: Adair Winter of Amarillo Wireless/AW Broadband, Darin Steffl of Minnesota WiFi, and Brian Gray of Joink LLC.This unique format allowed these...

The Evolution of Internet Traffic Management

The Evolution of Internet Traffic Management

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, traffic...

WISP Quality of Experience (QoE) Monitoring: An Introduction

WISP Quality of Experience (QoE) Monitoring: An Introduction

An Introduction to WISP QoE Monitoring At its core, Quality of Experience (QoE) is a measure of how customers experience a service. In the context of WISPs, QoE is measured across three key pillars: Bandwidth (are people getting their plan speed?) Latency/Jitter (are...

Preseem Review – Video Testimonial by Paladin Wireless

Preseem Review – Video Testimonial by Paladin Wireless

Preseem Review by Paladin Wireless This is a post summarizing a recent Preseem review by a WISP customer. Click here to read more Preseem reviews and testimonials. There's something special about real, unedited customer reviews. We love when a happy customer tells us...

WISP Network Bottlenecks and Subscriber QoE

WISP Network Bottlenecks and Subscriber QoE

WISP Network Bottlenecks Most of the Quality of Experience (QoE) issues we see are due to some form of network bottlenecks. These are found at access points, backhauls, individual subscribers, routers, or switches. In our experience, bottlenecks either add latency or...