GITEX technology week 2020 in Dubai

At this year's GITEX, five major tech shows will come together to form one conference. GITEX, GITEX Future Stars, GISEC, Future Blockchain Summit and Marketing Mania will be the year’s ONLY tech event, LIVE, in-person, in Dubai. The event will take place from December 6-10, 2020. For more information visit https://www.gitex.com/full-agenda

ipoque at GITEX technology week 2020 in Dubai

ipoque at GITEX 2020

DPI-empowered application awareness for reliable network visibility

By embedding R&S®PACE 2 into networking solutions, you can transform raw network data into meaningful insights and empower network functions and use cases such as 5G, SASE and application performance monitoring.

ipoque, a Rohde & Schwarz company, will be participating virtually at GITEX 2020. We will be showcasing our deep packet inspection (DPI) engine R&S®PACE 2, which delivers comprehensive visibility of IP network traffic by analyzing and classifying thousands of applications and protocols, even if they use advanced obfuscation and encryption techniques. These granular insights into networks down to the application level and beyond, are necessary to manage the ever-increasing network traffic efficiently and ensure the best connectivity and highest security.

Talk to our DPI expert, John Hallett, at GITEX to learn more.
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Meet us in person

Our colleagues from Rohde & Schwarz will be present in person at stand Z2-1, Zabeel Hall 2. You are invited to meet with our team of experts and discover how R&S can help your organization be ahead of 5G by driving innovation and creating value in the entire 5G network technology lifecycle.

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