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April 25, 2018

Latency Matters! And so does how you measure, manage & monetize it.

Thierno Diallo

Product Manager

Thierno Diallo has been with EXFO since 2004. Prior to being appointed Product Specialist in 2007, he worked in R&D as Verification Engineer and Team Coordinator for the Datacom and Packet Technologies group. Thierno Diallo holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from the École de technologie supérieure de Montréal and an Electronics Engineering Diploma from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology Polytechnic.

Join us for a unique, panel format webinar hosted by Monica Paolini from Senza Fili and featuring our distinguished guest speakers, Mansoor Hanif, Former Director of Converged Networks and Innovation in BT R&D  and Neeraj Pandey, Associate Vice President Vodafone Shared Services, India.

The impact of latency continues to grow as networks become more complex, carry more traffic, and support more real-time services, especially as we move to 5G where RAN latency targets reach 1 ms or less.

Ahead of 5G, the pressure for latency reduction is already on. Users expect the same QoE regardless of access type—wireline or wireless, licensed or unlicensed—and are quick to abandon slower apps or switch from one network operator to another. Though we can’t avoid latency altogether, we can understand, manage and precisely measure it to minimize its impact on QoE and network performance. Some aspects of latency are technology dependent and cannot be eliminated, some may be controlled or removed, and others are outside the network operators' control. 

Listen as our experts discuss how latency affects wireless networks, and how operators can benefit from measuring and efficiently managing latency. A look at Vodafone and British Telecom best practices will also provide insight into how latency affects real-world network performance and how to mitigate its effects.

Read the reports

Latency matters
Latency as a service
Managing latency-sensitive applications