Many communication service providers offer business customers transit on their networks. However, without visibility beyond the network edge, providers face a number of potentially serious issues that can affect IP resource management and cause IP conflicts that affect subscriber services.
Explore common challenges and learn why an automated IP address management (IPAM) and scope deployment solution can help you reduce operational expenses as well as avoid subscriber service disruption.
How much automation do you need to streamline IP deployments on your network? Increased IP activity on your network can lead to complicated manual processes and increase the chance of errors that can affect subscriber service delivery. Discover 5 alternatives to manual processes to identify how you can make improvements on your network.
How can efficient IPAM (IP address management) help with project delivery? One U.S. Tier One provider recently discovered the difference that an automated solution can have after adopting of a holistic IPAM solution across all business units operating in more than 20 states. The result? Faster delivery of new services, lower OPEX, and optimized IP resources — giving the company a competitive edge across multiple markets.
A special report on the state of IPv6-readiness in the communication service provider industry.
Worldwide, declining IPv4 resources are forcing broadband service providers to alter network configurations more frequently. Providers must optimize their use of dynamic IPv4 pools or else face high costs purchasing on the IP address transfer market.
Learn how tw telecom tackled operational inefficiencies, identified and reassigned underutilized IP addresses, enabled administrative accountability, and made domain management more accessible with an efficient, automated IP address management (IPAM) solution that met the complex and fast-changing needs of their enterprise customers.
The Internet is rapidly running out of IPv4 addresses, and while service providers are looking for ways to stretch their resources, it is clear that transition to IPv6 is unavoidable. The complimentary IPv6 Readiness in the Communication Service Provider Industry report examines the cable, wireless, and wireline industry’s level of preparedness for adopting this new protocol, […]