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Sarah Thomas
Sarah Thomas
10/3/2013 | 11:05:55 AM
Re: chatty apps
Oracle reminded me that there are two kinds of signaling traffic. So, chatty apps, while a problem, affect a different part of the network. Here's their clarification:

"There are two different signaling technologies at play in these networks. The "chatty" applications themselves pose a separate problem in the Radio Access Network (RAN). The signaling in this part of the network is different than the Diameter signaling in the core. Chatty apps are definitely an issue being addressed by the industry, but does not impact the Diameter portion of the network."


Sarah Thomas
Sarah Thomas
10/1/2013 | 10:35:40 AM
chatty apps
It's interesting that personalized services will spur so much Diameter signaling growth. It's also troubling, since operators are banking on personalized services to differentiate LTE and eke more revenues from it. They have control over the services they build, but are OTT providers doing anything to minimize signaling traffic? Should they care how chatty their app is? 

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