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The Coming Wave of Network Automation

I wanted to share some thoughts on the just closed combination of Procera and Sandvine, and provide you with what we are going to be doing going forward. Below is content from a document that we are sharing on our Deal Update Page

Topics: Network intelligence, Sandvine, Automation

Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
By Cam Cullen - VP of Global Marketing
September 22, 2017
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New Ways to Stop IoT-based Attacks

The Mirai Botnet attacks in late 2016 gave us a real world view into the massive threat posed by the proliferation of unsecure IoT devices. Over the course of several attacks, hundreds of thousands of IoT devices were high-jacked to silence a popular Internet security website, take millions of Internet users offline by flooding DYN DNS servers, and to...

Topics: Iot, Security

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Change the Data Conversation

I would argue that very few people could take a random selection of Lego blocks, throw them across the table and in a matter of a couple hours, assemble the Millennium Falcon. For such a complex goal, you would need the right pieces, in the right amount, supported by a detailed set of instructions to get the outcome you want, even then, it may become an...

Topics: Big data, Analytics

Tony Parrell
By Tony Parrell
July 25, 2017
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Making Moves in Service Provider Compliance

The regulatory environment is changing and so are the methods used by regulators and operators to validate, enforce, respond, and comply with requirements. Operators worldwide have been phenomenally successful in delivering access and encouraging technology adoption. So much so that broad, dependable, and secure telecommunication and Internet access have...

Topics: Virtualization, Service provider, Regulatory

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The paradigm shift of Policy in 5G & IoT

"If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses."

Topics: Iot, 5g, Pcc

Jonas Martinsson
By Jonas Martinsson
June 1, 2017
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The Road to “Cloud Native”

I’m at the Big Communication Event in Austin, and there is a noticeable and major shift that I see happening in the telecom infrastructure space. I know, I know, how many different times do we hear about transformation, change, and technological “revolution”?  Yet, I really do think that a major shift is underway that will alter our view of telecom as we...

Topics: Nfv, Virtualization, Cloud services

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What’s the ROI on “Things”?

IoT was not new news at Mobile World Congress 2017. But the problems that it presents for telecoms was THE news at this year’s MWC. The challenge is that high performing and safe IoT needs a response from telecoms, but there is no clear, single business consensus for why operators should build infrastructure to support IoT—and, until that consensus...

Topics: Iot, Mobile world congress, Mwc, 5g

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Top Blogs of 2016 - A retrospective

A look back at our most popular blogs of 2016

It has been a busy blogging year at Procera – and as you can see from the most popular blogs below, Pokemon Go created the most buzz in the market. We kept a close eye on the trends that are driving broadband consumption around the world in 2016, and we will be watching even closer in 2017 as IoT, 5G, and...

Topics: Netflix, Qoe, Dpi, Pokemon go

Procera Networks
By Procera Networks
January 11, 2017
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Rio 2016 Football Final and Closing Ceremonies: Facebook wins the Overall App Gold

I wrote about the Opening Ceremonies here, and showed how Facebook properties dominated mobile network traffic for that event. Unfortunately for other social networks, that trend continued for both the semifinal and final football (soccer for Americans) events and the Closing Ceremonies.

Topics: Facebook, 2016 olympics

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Pokemon Go! Subscriber engagement expands despite DDOS attacks

There was a lot of interest in my blog on Pokemon last week, and we kept watching over the weekend to see if the craze would continue. I am sure that most people saw the craziness from Central Park when a rare Pokemon showed up, and I watched my youngest son take walks around our neighborhood to catch Pokemon (and he was not the only person I saw walking...

Topics: Big data, Mobile operators, Pokemon go

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