Sunday, January 1, 2012

What's Interesting? Top 10 Posts for 2011

The table below shows the Broadband Traffic Management blog's 10 most read posts during 2011, based on Google Analytics (which is not perfect, but surly indicative). The list is ranked by number of page-views, normalized to 100 points for the top item. It does not include top bar Pages  (the PCRF-DPI matrix would have been ranked first with 624 points) and posts from 2010.

No doubt - the most interesting posts are about M&As or IPO. Interesting entries are #5 covering, with some exclusive information, Amdocs' PCRF (since then Amdocs acquired Bridgewater); #8, a guest post by Acme Packet (since then they renamed the product to Diameter signaling controller) and #10, an overview of 3GPP's TDF facility.

[Calcalist] Rumors - F5 to Buy Allot for $450-500M (Jul)100
[Globes]: Palo Alto Networks IPO Plans - Market Cap of $1-2B (Mar)91
AT&T Detects and Enforces Tethering Policy (Mar)79
Rumors: Akamai to Buy Cotendo for $300M (Nov)77
Amdocs Launches PCRF (Jan)71
Sandvine New DPI Device for LTE - Focusing on Space and Port Density Efficiency  (Feb)66
Exclusive: The 2011 DPI CEO Panel (Jan)66
[Guest Post]: “Policy exchange controllers - scaling policy infrastructure in LTE and IMS” (Aug)55
Heavy Reading: Policy Servers and Enforcers Market to Reach $2B in 5 Years (Aug)50
Resource: 3GPP Traffic Detection Function (TDF)/Service Awareness Overview  (Aug)49

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