54 results for: "5g"
As applications evolve, so must networks. In 5G network slicing, application awareness plays a key role in shaping virtual instances or ‘slices’, enabling network operators to maintain network responsiveness and performance. How do traffic visibility and network intelligence provided by future-proof DPI software facilitate the management of network slices and what is the role of DPI in securing the applications and slices across today’s 5G networks?
Blog post Score: 108
One of the key decision factors in deploying deep packet inspection (DPI) and choosing a solution that best fits one’s network needs, is cost. This evaluation is particularly important in 5G, where traffic is expected to record phenomenal growth rates over the coming years. With 5G, a network-wide upgrade of the underlying computing capacity is inevitable. However, what often baffles operators, is figuring out the exact upgrade requirements needed to support new 5G traffic volumes and the lower latencies, and ensuring that those upgrades meet the overall 5G network performance needs. Our new blog post discusses how underlying server processing capabilities influence the speed and throughput of a DPI library, demonstrated by a series of tests conducted by ipoque in collaboration with Intel®.
Blog post Score: 106
Unlike its predecessor networks, 5G involves network slicing which overlays logical networks on a common infrastructure, creating different ‘slices’ that act as separate networks. This article discusses the need for real-time traffic intelligence for 5G network slicing. It explains 5G network slicing, the 5G usage classes and how real-time intelligence provided by DPI enables the creation and implementation of various traffic management policies as well as how it supports network optimization and monetization.
Blog post Score: 105
Rohde & Schwarz is leading the development of test solutions that accelerate the adoption of 5G and ensure the network performance and user QoE.
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Event Score: 23
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Event Score: 21
SASE is a secure gateway at the edge of a network, bundling network and security functions provided on-demand as a cloud service. DPI can augment the capacities of SASE in securing enterprise 5G networks. This article examines the need for highly reliable and seamless authentication of remote users and endpoints at the edge and explains how DPI in SASE provides the real-time traffic visibility and traffic filtering to enable this.
Blog post Score: 19
DPI’s granular classification capabilities help network operators manage an array of new applications and services introduced by 5G. Application awareness and detailed traffic analytics are key for various network services to support 5G's features, such as network slicing and edge computing. Deep packet inspection technology empowers real-time traffic classification, feeding information into the network to support the implementation of these advanced features.
Whitepaper Score: 19
In 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 improving 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.
Use Case Score: 11
To make the best of user plane functions (UPFs) in 5G, application awareness is key. Watch our webinar with Tobias Roeder, Senior Application Engineer DPI at ipoque, to learn how to transfer DPI deployments from 4G PGW into 5G UPF, create application-centric traffic profiles in traffic generators, improve DPDK and VPP configurations and more.
Webinar Score: 10
Feb 12, 2020 - The ways of actively implementing and adopting 5G will drive mobile network operators in 2020. However, how do operators get the first returns on their investments and how can they build partnerships to create new use cases? Find out in this article by our Product Manager Irina Palade, published in the Fast Mode's 2020 Trends and Outlook section.
News Score: 9