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Predicting RAN Congestion with LSTM

As part of our VisiMetrix roadmap, we’ve been researching how to predict Radio Access Network (RAN) congestion. In this post, Farooq explains how our data science team built a model that can effectively predict RAN congestion up to 7 days into the future and, in doing so, provide an early warning system for our customers’ network operations teams.

September 20th, 2021|

Sonalake to Sponsor Connected Britain 2021

​​We are happy to announce that Sonalake will be sponsoring and exhibiting at Connected Britain 2021 in London. This event is focusing on exploring the progress in the deployment of FTTx, FTTH, LTE and 5G networks in the UK.

July 26th, 2021|

In the news: Sonalake delighted to contribute to major milestone in National Broadband Plan

Today, National Broadband Ireland (NBI) hit a significant milestone with the formal launch of the first set of rural community Broadband Connection Points (BCPs), a key element of the Government’s National Broadband Plan. Sonalake has delivered the active monitoring solution for the BCP network including remote probes supported by its cloud based VisiMetrix solution for network monitoring and analytics. We are also heavily involved in supporting NBI with the build out of its telecom business and operational support infrastructure.

October 8th, 2020|

Key Takeaways from the 1st Virtual DataVizLive

The recent DataVizLive was held entirely online, due to COVID and like the rest of the world, they had to quickly learn to do things remotely-first. Although it wasn't faultless, it was still very engaging and filled with experienced speakers, who delivered practical visualisations. In this post, I will share my key takeaways from the event!

July 23rd, 2020|

Takeaways from DataViz Live Conference

The inaugural DataViz Live was held in London in late February this year, and we hopped on a plane to London to absorb everything we could from the experts. We attended a good mix of talks and want to share some of our learnings with you.

March 4th, 2020|