La Jolla Networks, Inc. (LJN) has developed technology that will provide a unified traffic/resource management solution for the last mile mobile wireless network. This resource management system dubbed WiBUS™ provides the quality required for the delivery of triple play (telephone, television and internet) over mobile networks. Currently all attempts to deliver triple play over mobile networks have failed. WiBUS™ solves this pressing problem.
Service providers are universally desperate for a network solution that will allow them to deliver high quality TV content as well as internet and telephone services to mobile devices. WiBUS™ is the solution and will cover both the backhaul RAN and the RF cell networks As such it paves the way for a level of traffic and content transformation and control which the service providers have long sought but not yet found.
LJN is a visionary leader and pioneer in resource management within the mobile wireless space. It is actively working to deploy edge network traffic and resource management solutions capable of addressing the exponential bandwidth demand generated by the convergence of services (telephone, internet, and television) and the desire of service providers and their customers to access such services on mobile devices (laptops, notebooks and cell phones).
LJN is in a unique position to lead the effort in triple play + mobile delivery through the mobile wireless networks due to its development and ownership of a set of wireless technologies capable of increasing network performance by a factor of 2X. The foundation of the technology lies in a unified transmission network management system that brings content analysis, content processors, network conditions, and end user expectations within a converged services network under a centralized resource management umbrella which optimizes network performance on multiple levels. This optimization relies on the dynamic compression, prioritization, scheduling, routing, and RF channel configuration capabilities within the baseband processors, the cell modems, and the remote terminal devices to meet customer expectations.