Fall Technical Forum and other thought leadership sessions slated for Sept. 19-22 event
Jersey City, NJ; Sept. 7, 2022 – Presentations on AI-powered network fingerprinting for optimizing network performance and the first capacity boosting product of CableLabs’ Profile Management Application (PMA) will be in the spotlight during OpenVault’s presence at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo Sept. 19-22.
During the conference in Philadelphia, John Mansor, Vice President, Engineering at OpenVault, will deliver a Fall Technical Forum presentation entitled “Using AI for Network Fingerprinting to Detect Traffic Flow Issues and Optimize Performance.” Mansor’s presentation will be part of the “AI for Network Planning, Configuration and Optimization” session slated for Wednesday, Sept. 21 from 9:30 – 10:30 AM in Room 124 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
In addition, Joe Lancaster, Chief Strategy Officer for OpenVault, will offer insights into the company’s Capacity Booster product during scheduled presentations on Tuesday, Sept. 20 (1:15 p.m.) and Wednesday, Sept. 21 (4:15 p.m.) at the OpenVault booth (9074). Earlier this summer, OpenVault and CableLabs’ Kyrio subsidiary announced that OpenVault had become the first official member of the Kyrio PMA Partner Program.
“Our OVBI reports are consistently showing that broadband speeds and usage are rising in tandem,” said Mark Trudeau, CEO and Founder of OpenVault. “Our commitment to the industry is the continued development of tools that harness the latest technology to enhance subscriber satisfaction and retention, and to contribute to operators’ bottom lines.”
Mansor will discuss how network fingerprinting is an emerging classification and filtering technique that enables network systems to rapidly identify destination bottlenecks, detect anomalies and even recommend package adjustments. By creating a predictive, proactive and forecast-ready system for traffic analysis, network fingerprinting allows operators to anticipate issues, evolve planning activities and ensure that consumers can continue to expand their broadband consumption.
Lancaster will highlight how the Capacity Booster product uses closed-loop automation to continually monitor every channel and modem in the network, unlocking upwards of 40% more capacity, particularly in DOCSIS® 3.1 networks. The goal of PMA is to optimize the amount of data that can be transferred on a channel in a given amount of time based on real-world plant conditions.
OpenVault and OpenVault Europe GmbH are market-leading sources of broadband technology solutions and data-driven insights into worldwide broadband consumption patterns. Using the companies’ cloud-based SaaS or on-premises solutions and tools, service providers can optimize network performance, increase revenue, and improve subscriber satisfaction. OpenVault and OpenVault Europe aggregate and analyze the resulting market data to provide unparalleled granular views of consumer usage that can be used to anticipate residential and business broadband trends.
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