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Tele2 benefits from data mining technology from its Com Hem acquisition

At last week’s Cable Congress, Tele2’s chief architect, Rasmus Aveskogh, outlined the firm’s strategy to leverage the data mining technology it acquired along with Swedish service provider Com Hem. Tele2 is building a streaming analytics and big data platform using the Com Hem developments. “We brought these capabilities inhouse to identify anomalies, which we associate with a QoE (quality of experience) timeline and then assign an anomaly a magnitude via QoS (quality of service) models. This then produces reports on production goals, losses and yields – quantified in customer experience whether WiFi issues, capacity issues or problems in the network itself,” said Aveskogh. This new approach has been introduced to support Tele2’s aggressive transition to the CCAP (Converged Cable Access…

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