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Balancing the Mobile Data Load

With the advent of network technologies such as 3G and 4G (LTE, WiMAX) mobile data traffic has been growing at an unprecedented pace and increasingly outstripping the network capacity. The introduction of smartphones that offer ubiquitous internet access allied to a host of other internet capable devices including tablets, consoles, laptops and navigators - all becoming internet capable has been driving the data growth. The network operators are also increasingly introducing data services as a result of data increasingly contributing to the service revenues, but data traffic consumption is outpacing the data revenue. The proliferation of these mobile broadband devices along with the unlimited data bundles from the operators has led to network congestion and deteriorating network quality.

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