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ALSO CALLED: Quality of Service, Q O S
DEFINITION: Packet loss is the failure of one or more transmitted packets to arrive at their destination. This event can cause noticeable effects in all types of digital communications. The effects of packet loss:In text and data, packet loss produces errors. In videoconference environments it can create jitter. In pure audio communications, such as VoIP, it can cause jitter and frequent gaps in received speech.  … 
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Is It the Network? Solving VoIP Problems on a Wireless LAN
sponsored by Global Knowledge
WHITE PAPER: The goal of this paper is to combine a deep knowledge of 802.11 protocols, quality of service (QoS) mechanisms and VoIP handsets with the feedback from IT professionals to identify potential problems and solutions when rolling out VoIP on a Wi-...
Posted: 02 Feb 2007 | Published: 01 Feb 2007

Global Knowledge

Aberdeen Report: Achieving Quality across the Global Manufacturing Network
sponsored by Infor
WHITE PAPER: Companies that are disciplined in managing the quality of their engineering, manufacturing, purchasing and human resource operations perform better. Read this white paper today to learn what strategic actions organizations can take to improve q...
Posted: 10 Nov 2006 | Published: 01 Dec 2005

Infor

Considerations for Deploying Mobile WiMAX at Various Frequencies
sponsored by Nortel Networks Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Mobile WiMAX technology is designed to provide high-quality, mobile broadband multimedia services; however, it presents challenges that operators need to consider before deploying their networks.
Posted: 19 Oct 2006 | Published: 01 Oct 2006

Nortel Networks Corporation

Converged Network Infrastructure: Evaluation of Resilience, Performance & Quality of Enterprise Infrastructure for Voice, Data and Video Services
sponsored by Nortel Networks Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Converged services are being deployed extensively in enterprises to take advantage of the advances in IP-based voice, data and video service offerings.
Posted: 19 Oct 2006 | Published: 01 Sep 2006

Nortel Networks Corporation

Assuring Quality of Experience for IPTV
sponsored by Alcatel
WHITE PAPER: This white paper identifies the key challenges and solution approaches for service control and assurance. Learn how industry-leading vendors are addressing these issues in relation to IPTV.
Posted: 16 Oct 2006 | Published: 16 Oct 2006

Alcatel

Interconnecting the Intelligent EDGE
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company
WHITE PAPER: This paper will explore the changing networking environment and how this new design approach helps organizations improve business and technology performance while minimizing investment risk.
Posted: 06 Feb 2006 | Published: 01 Jan 2005

Hewlett-Packard Company

Cutting Through the Complexity of Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Performance
sponsored by NetScout Systems, Inc.
WHITE PAPER: This paper outlines the best practices for collecting network and application performance information over MPLS enabled wide area networks by using the nGenius Solution's Site Monitoring feature to monitor traffic flows destined for remote sites.
Posted: 16 Jan 2006 | Published: 01 Jan 2005

NetScout Systems, Inc.
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QOS DEFINITION (continued): … Packet loss is the failure of one or more transmitted packets to arrive at their destination. This event can cause noticeable effects in all types of digital communications. The effects of packet loss:In text and data, packet loss produces errors. In videoconference environments it can create jitter. In pure audio communications, such as VoIP, it can cause jitter and frequent gaps in received speech. In the worst cases, packet loss can cause severe mutilation of received data, broken-up images, unintelligible speech or even the complete absence of a received signal.The causes of packet loss include inadequate signal strength at the destination, natural or human-made interference, excessive system noise, hardware failure, software corruption or overburdened network nodes. Often more than one of these factors is involved.In a case where the cause can not be remedied, packet loss concealment may be used to minimize the effects of lost packets.
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