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Top Blogs of 2016 - A retrospective

A look back at our most popular blogs of 2016

It has been a busy blogging year at Procera – and as you can see from the most popular blogs below, Pokemon Go created the most buzz in the market. We kept a close eye on the trends that are driving broadband consumption around the world in 2016, and we will be watching even closer in 2017 as IoT, 5G, and...

Topics: Featured Blog Header, Netflix, QoE, DPI, Pokemon Go

Procera Networks
By Procera Networks
January 11, 2017
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Netflix Download Service – What it means for consumers and broadband operators (and how Netflix can help operators)

The rumors of Netflix launching a download service are getting very real. Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, mentioned this service in the Q1 2016 earnings call:

Topics: Netflix, Streaming Video

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Snowpocalypse Now: Streaming Video in the Winter of my Discontent

If you are like me and stranded in the snowstorm that is being called Juno, you may be watching online video. I just looked around and realized that besides me, everyone in my family is currently watching online video. I am diligently working (writing this blog now, but it is a living!)

Topics: Analytics in Motion, Netflix, AmazonPrime, YouTube

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Wispapalooza 2014

I just returned from the 4th annual Wispapalooza 2014 show, the annual conference for Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISP). WISPs typically provide wireless Internet service to under-served rural areas throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. This is the must attend event if you're a WISP!

Topics: What We're Up To, Wispapalooza, WISP, Netflix, Powercode, 2014

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Maximizing QoE to the Home: SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 14 report

I was fortunate enough to be selected to present a session at the Society for Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) show in Denver this week. The event is the biggest cable-focused one of the year, and to get a chance to present to an audience of distinguished operators from around the world was completely due to the critical nature of the topic of...

Topics: What We're Up To, Netflix, Service Plan Assurance, Congestion Management, Queuing, Maximizing QoE, SCTE Cable Tech Expo, Managing Network Congestion

Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
By Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
September 29, 2014
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House of Cards: Binge watching in High Definition

As reported on Friday, House of Cards launched with a very big initial push, with anywhere from 5-15% of Netflix subscribers on several worldwide broadband networks at least sampling one episode. Two big conclusions jumped out at me from looking at the data:

Topics: Analytics in Motion, North America, Europe, House of Cards, Netflix

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House of Cards delivers a Royal Flush: First Look

I just finished binge watching the entire second season of House of Cards, and although I am not a TV or film critic, I feel quite satisfied for someone that spent somewhere close to 12 hours watching TV today. Fortunately for me, it is part of my job during events like this (that is my story and I am sticking to it!). Kevin Spacey was phenomenal, and...

Topics: Analytics in Motion, Netflix, Video Streaming

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Huffington Post: Netflix binging during US Government Shutdown

Procera collaborated with Huffington Post on an investigation on Netflix watching during the US Government shutdown:

Netflix might want the government to shut down a lot more often.

Washington, D.C., saw a spike in weekday Netflix traffic during the more than two-week government shutdown, according to a report prepared for The Huffington Post by Procera...

Topics: Netflix

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Full House of Cards: Netflix New Online Series Analytics

There was much talk and hype for the online launch of the Netflix Original Series “House of Cards” throughout this week. Andrew Wallenstein (Variety) wrote an article about how Netflix needs to rethink their strategy about “binge” viewing – when a viewer. EW Weekly, Fast Company, and the New York Times also wrote about the topic – and opinions are varied...

Topics: Analytics in Motion, House of Cards, Netflix

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