user sessions

user sessions

A count of how many times all users access a website regardless whether the same person came back several times during the measurement period. If a user leaves and returns within a short time, some systems count those sessions as one. Contrast with unique visitors. See also user session.
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Again, the IMSI range will force the GTP Session Director to channel the user sessions belonging to that MVNO to a dedicated PGW that only manages MVNO sessions.
For every 10-years interval in age, there was a corresponding 25 per cent decrease in the number of user sessions. In other words, a 25-year-old might use their phone 20 times a day, but a 35-year-old might use it only 15 times.
Later that afternoon, Google announced it shut down the network following an audit called "Project Strobe." Google's announcement said, "The consumer version of Google+ currently has low usage and engagement: 90% of Google+ user sessions are less than five seconds.
The next high-caliber tool is the user session recording, which--as you might have guessed by its name--records real-time user sessions.
This report analyzes more than 30,000 user sessions that occurred on eHealthMedicare.com and PlanPrescriber.com during the 2017 Annual Election Period, which took place between October 15 and December 7, 2016.
The platform allows stars and fans to interact together in thousands of digital chat rooms, driving longer user sessions than most other social networks.
Since launch, One Drop | Mobile users from over 190 countries worldwide have logged over 1,500,000 user sessions and contributed over 85,000,000 health-related data points.
We believe contextual information about user sessions plays a major role in what videos should be recommended.
YouNow touts more than 100 million monthly user sessions and 150,000 broadcasts daily.
The Bay Area's existing 511 system has been the go-to source for actionable traveler information, handling more than 2.3 million web user sessions and 660,000 calls per month.
In addition, you must configure workload groups, which define the way you assign incoming user sessions to a given resource pool.