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VIDEO: World Cup 2014 Network Challenges

The World Cup will be watched by millions of people in the next few weeks. If people aren’t able to visit Brazil and see the games live, many football fanatics will turn to streaming the event live to support their favorite team. How will this impact network traffic for the month of World Cup? Will your service provider be able to keep up with the demand...

Topics: Bandwidth management, Traffic management, World cup 2014, Traffic congestion, Expert insights

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There is no "I" in Team – what we saw at the recent Network Virtualization & SDN World show

I believe it was 1965 when Bruce Tuckman first introduced the notion that all teams go through four inevitable phases in their evolution - forming, storming, norming, and performing.

Topics: What were up to, Nfv, Sdn

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Network Functions Virtualization and Deep Packet Inspection: Beyond the Mystery

Much discussion has occurred around Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and the proper deployment models for Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) in the emerging virtualized landscape. To listen to some, this has taken on all the mystery of a Hollywood thriller complete with twists and turns, car chases and dark alleys, all adding to the confusion with this...

Topics: Expert insights

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The Litmus Test for NFV Success

The upcoming ETSI NFV Workgroup session, in Okinawa (14th - 16th of May) has many of us excitedly packing as we anticipate the chance to come together as a community and review our progress over the last 90 days.

Topics: Nfv, Expert insights

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LTE MENA: Customer Experience is Key

One thing became very clear after attending the LTE MENA conference in Dubai over the past few days: Customer Experience is a major item on mobile operators’ minds. Jerry Gregoire, the former CIO of Dell, nailed it when he said, "The customer experience is the next competitive battleground."

Topics: What were up to

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Deep Packet Inspection and Information Management Systems - The Latest in the SIM/SIEM Evolution

Not so long ago, some clever folks realized that there was a significant market opportunity in the collection, correlation and analysis of network events—especially as it related to security appliances and the valuable information they provided. And thus a group of companies sprung up around a category of products that addressed the pain point of making...

Topics: Expert insights

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Interop 2014

Procera’s embedded team descended upon Las Vegas last week for the annual Interop Conference and Expo at the Mandalay Bay convention center. The theme for Interop this year was “Celebrating the IT community” and to get into the celebrating spirit, the expo hall hours were kicked off with a grand entrance from UNLV’s marching band!

Topics: What were up to, Deep packet inspection, Application identification, Interop

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Technology Collapse and Secure Web Gateways

In today’s competitive networking equipment and software market, one certainty is that more technology will fit in a composed platform and be sold for less money.

Topics: Deep packet inspection, Cyber defence magazine, Application identification, Expert insights, Secure web gateways

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Openet and Procera at MWC 2014

Another Successful MWC

It’s a month since the 2014 MWC event where we met many of our key partners, customers and other stakeholders which meant the event was a great success for Openet. One of the key aspects of this year’s MWC for Openet was the launch of our demo with Procera Networks showcasing our joint solution, Revenue Express, deployed in a...

Topics: Revenue express, Expert insights, Openet

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Competitive Carrier Association (CCA), San Antonio

It was our privilege to be represented in one of the kickoff sessions for the CCA show in San Antonio this past Thursday. The competitive carriers are any carrier who is not Verizon or ATT (as defined by the number of subscribers).

Topics: What were up to

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