Cellwize Highlights 30% Failure Rate for M2M and IoT due to Network Congestion

24 June 2014
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Cellwize today publishes a whitepaper, highlighting IoT and M2M opportunities and challenges for mobile operators. The provider of SON (Self Organizing Network) solutions to mobile operators, headquartered in Singapore, said that mobile operators could face a failure rate upwards of 30% for M2M and Internet of Things (IoT) sessions.

Cellwize predicts struggle for some mobile operators in managing network congestion with more connectivity and traffic coming from the IoT devices. As the industry moves rapidly towards M2M/IoT services, Cellwize recommends mobile operators to deploy Centralized Self Optimizing Network (C-SON) solutions to overcome network congestion and meet customer Service Level Agreements (SLAs).

M2M and IoT technology has grown rapidly – but some mobile networks have not evolved. Along with 3G and LTE, we are one of the few SON vendors to tackle 2G network optimization. This has been invaluable for operators experiencing slow data speeds. With IoT set to increase 2G data traffic, it is vital that operators are able to optimize and address capacity across all access networks to ensure their subscribers receive the best quality of service possible.” 

- Ofir Zemer, CEO, Cellwize

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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