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Procera Networks Launches DPI Virtual Network Function for OEMs

Clock 13 February 2016
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Procera Networks launches a virtualized OEM solution framework that makes it possible for equipment manufacturers to implement the benefits of Procera’s ‘active traffic’ DPI technology by deploying it as a Virtual Network Function(VNF). The launch adds to its existing ‘low memory footprint’ embedded DPI engine for OEMs.

According to Procera, the OEM solution framework now extends from embedded offerings, with the Network Application Visibility Library (NAVL), all the way to fully featured DPI-based VNF with eVolution and PacketLogic/V. 

Depending on the needs of the OEM manufacturer, embedded DPI (NAVL), virtual analytics (eVolution), or a full DPI VNF (PacketLogic/V) may be needed to deliver a solution, or a combination of all three. By launching its virtualized solution framework, Procera said that it can now meet the individual requirements of any OEM with an end-to-end DPI platform that offers a highly flexible range of services from low memory to carrier grade, as well as a full suite of subscriber correlation, active traffic management, policy enforcement, and content categorization services, each with an integrated big data analytics feed.

Lyn Cantor, President and CEOat Procera Networks
Procera is now a full service DPI OEMand System Integrator tool kit supplier with the flexibility to provide embedded or VNF solutions.

Michael Kay, VP & General Manager of OEM & Channels at Procera Networks
Our OEM customers are asking for access to the full range of Procera technology as they build their NFV ecosystems to go beyond application identification to full analytics, traffic management, and policy enforcement functionality. eVolution and PacketLogic/V VNFs deliver strategic use cases that OEMs can offer to broadband operators looking to transform their businesses with NFV.

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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