NEW WHITE PAPER | Managing Encrypted Video in Mobile Data Networks

How can operators manage data flows when the pipes are going dark? Detailed white paper examines strategies to manage the delivery of encrypted traffic in mobile networks.

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Society’s debate on the rights of data monitoring continues at a global level with many interest groups, corporations, law enforcement and government agencies involved. However, the increasing adoption of advanced encryption techniques is having an immediate impact on the management of mobile data networks.

Effectively the network pipes are growing increasingly dark – as much as 45-50% today increasing to 80% in two years – rendering the tools and equipment in place today to manage connectivity redundant. There is new thinking and a new range of techniques required for this next generation of access.

This paper analyses a number of different strategies to manage the delivery of encrypted flows in mobile data networks.

This paper analyses a number of different strategies to manage the delivery of encrypted flows in mobile data networks, introducing a number of industry solutions that enable MNOs to control user QoE while creating network relief for demanded applications.

Multi-layer, selective flow and session inspection solutions help carriers gain new insight about the data flowing through the secure mobile network and provide the intelligence to act at business levels.

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SECTION DETAILS:

1. Executive Summary

2. Introduction 
2.1 Adoption of Encryption
2.2 Secure traffic Landscape

3. What Should MNOs do with the encryption threat?
3.1 Improving QoE: Faster Access To Encrypted Content
– Learning-Based TCP Optimization
3.2 Transparent Management of Encrypted Video Flows: The ABR challenge:
– QoE-driven congestion control and fair network resources utilisation 
– Improving Collective QoE for ABR Video

(15 Pages in total)

PLEASE NOTE: this whitepaper is only available free to staff and contractors of mobile operators and service providers.

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