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  1. DPI solution from Rohde & Schwarz helps Indigo Software reach new high in customer satisfaction

    Indigo Software embeds the deep packet inspection (DPI) engine R&S®PACE 2 into their web application security solution to enhance network protection and management. With the new traffic analytics capabilities, Indigo Software has been empowered to expand their business to highly regulated industries and markets.

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  2. Winning in an app-centric world: How DPI’s latest traffic signatures keep networks ahead of the game

    What are the latest trends in apps and what's the impact of app traffic on the security and management of IP networks? TikTok, Facebook, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Instagram and Zoom have become absolutely essential for everyone, especially with the outbreak of the pandemic. How do network operators manage this increased app traffic? Read about the importance of frequently updated signature libraries for DPI in managing app traffic.

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  3. How R&S®PACE 2 helped Nubewell’s secure SD-WAN to rapidly gain recognition

    "For us, this meant that ipoque's DPI library would keep growing, enabling us to secure SD-WANs proactively and in real time. Our investment in R&S®PACE 2 has paid off early because of their knowledge of DPI [...]

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  4. Webinar: DPI - The key technology for application performance monitoring solutions

    In this webinar, ipoque explains the need for application awareness and deep packet inspection (DPI) technology to enhance application performance monitoring (APM) solutions.

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  5. Whitepaper: Deep Packet Inspection

    DPI has been an essential component of information technology networks for well over two decades. Internet traffic volume and encrypted traffic rates have increased exponentially over the years. At the same time, DPI software has evolved into a powerful tool to meet new network challenges, and plays a vital role in today's internet and network infrastructures. With expanding technologies such as cloud computing, 5G or the internet of things (IoT), DPI is becoming even more important for networks.

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  6. Whitepaper: DPI for application performance monitoring

    In a world dominated by real-time applications, network insights are critical for both network service providers and enterprises to ensure that applications continue to deliver the experience and service levels expected by users. Deep packet inspection (DPI) technology, embedded in APM solutions, provides the network intelligence needed to manage application performance, determining root causes of performance issues, detecting inappropriate traffic and security risks, and reacting to network slowdowns before they impact end users.

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  7. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity and Saint Security Fight Virus and Malware With Artificial Intelligence-Based Advanced Threat Protection Solution

    Saint Security uses Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity’s deep packet inspection (DPI) software R&S PACE 2 in its network-based advanced malware response solution MNX to identify, analyze, judge and block malicious activity. By embedding the DPI engine, they unlock the full potential of Artificial Intelligence-based (AI) analysis methodologies to fingerprint sophisticated cyber-attacks.

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  8. DPI for vEPC/ 5G core vendors

    In the times of 5G, industry 4.0 and the upcoming internet of things (IoT), CSPs increasingly require the implementation of vEPC technology and efficient routing of data. DPI-based solutions help vendors obtain the scale necessary to accommodate growing numbers of subscribers and large amounts of traffic or connections. At the same time, they contribute to controlling costs and improve the quality of experience (QoE) for their customers. DPI plays a vital role for vEPC and 5G core vendors when it comes to adding value to their solutions and asserting their market position successfully.

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  9. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity and Arkessa launch solution for IoT connectivity and security

    The multi-level IoT platform solution provides full visibility and control of enterprises’ IoT operations with secure, backdoor-free, globally managed IP connectivity.

    Cambridge, United Kingdom/ Leipzig, Germany – June 14, 2017 – Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity, a leading IT security provider, and Arkessa, a leading M2M managed services provider, today announced the launch of a joint multi-level IoT platform solution. It unlocks the full potential of IoT by enabling secure interactions across digital ecosystems of devices, people and systems.

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  10. Networks can’t afford lockdowns: Identifying cyber-threats before they become endemic

    The sudden increase in cyber-attacks during the pandemic can mostly be attributed to the unexpected shift to remote working, which caused delays in the deployment of security projects as IT teams struggled with overloaded VPNs and a host of personal devices that needed to be patched remotely. Just last month, US cybersecurity firm FireEye was hit by what it suspects to be state-sponsored cyber-attackers looking to steal information on FireEye’s government clients. How did it happen and how could it have been mitigated? Read more in our latest blog post by Stephan Klokow.

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