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Saisei Networks' New Flow Control Technology Promises Doubling of IP Traffic over WAN Links

Clock 26 September 2014
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Saisei Networks, the developers of virtual, flow-based network visibility and policy control appliances, Thursday unveiled a software-based Network Performance Enforcement (NPE) solution that provides network policy control, analytics and security, meeting demands of mobile, cloud, Software-Defined Networks (SDN) and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments.

Silicon Valley-based Saisei said that the new FlowCommandTM family of NPE solutions are able to double the amount of data that can flow through a network link while ensuring no user application session on that link will ever drop or stall again. Saisei added that its patented flow-control technology completely eliminates the requirement for queuing and scheduling of IP packets. The company claims that the FlowCommand can concurrently monitor up to 5 million flows on a 10G network link 20 times per second.

"Since the early days of the Internet, how IP networks actually function has placed enterprises and service providers in a real ‘no-win’ situation.  It’s forced them to acquire silos of expensive technologies and tools to make up for chaotic best-effort deficiencies of IP packet delivery and purchase twice the network bandwidth they actually need, keeping half in reserve for peak traffic loads. With all the new applications, users and devices coming onto networks today, and the expansion into mobile, cloud, SDN and Internet of Things environments, we saw the opportunity to take a completely different approach to real-time network visibility and policy control that could put that reserved bandwidth back to work 24x7.”

-          Bill Beckett, Saisei founder and CEO

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

Ray can be reached at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com.

 

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