Ipoque's Internet Observatory to be Unveiled at BBWF 2011

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New PRX Traffic Manager in exhibition and expert discussions with new management team.

Ipoque’s Internet Studies have been a reliable source for Internet traffic statistics ever since they were first published in 2006. Now, with the Internet traffic mix always changing and new applications constantly edging into the market, it is time for something new. ipoque will therefore present its brand-new Internet Observatory, the successor of the Internet Studies, at Broadband World Forum 2011 in Paris:

28 September 2011
Broadband World Forum, CNIT, La Défense, Paris
Stand #K3

“We have been working on this project for a while now and I am looking forward to presenting it to the public. This much I can already reveal: While our Internet Studies were only a snapshot of Internet traffic in a region during a certain time period, Internet Observatory is much more comprehensive in its coverage and therefore a lot more valuable,” says Klaus Mochalski, who is responsible for the Internet Observatory project.


New PRX-5G Traffic Manager: Get a glance at the entirely new version of PRX-5G Traffic Manager. Learn how its latest revision now supports deployment in any wireless (3GPP and LTE/Wimax) and wireline (DSL and cable) network environment in a single platform while maintaining its flexibility with regard to scalability and port configurations.

Meet the new management team: Markus Ziegler, ipoque’s new CEO, who joined the team from Rohde & Schwarz, and Hendrik Schulze, co-founder and CTO of ipoque, will be present at Broadband World Forum. Interested in meeting them? Send a meeting request to pr(at)ipoque(dot)com.

New design – new stand: After the redesign of logo and website in June, ipoque now has a completely new trade fair stand, too. Stop by and tell us your opinion!

ipoque will also exhibit at GITEX (9-13 October in Dubai, VAE) and at Broadband Traffic Management Congress (14-16 November in London, UK).

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