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  1. Unlock 5G speeds and low latencies with high-performance DPI for ultra-fast networks

    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®.

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  2. Rohde & Schwarz Unveils New Features of Deep Packet Inspection Solution for vEPC Market

    Leipzig, Germany – January 8, 2019 – ipoque GmbH, a Rohde & Schwarz company providing market-leading deep packet inspection (DPI) software, today announced new R&S®PACE 2 capabilities for the virtualized evolved packet core (vEPC) market. The high-performance DPI product offers vEPC vendors comprehensive signatures for video streaming, breakthrough efficiency, enhanced NAT and tethering detection and flexible licensing. Today, three of the five leading vEPC vendors have embedded R&S®PACE 2 in their solutions to boost competitive advantage with Communication Service Providers (CSPs).

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  3. R&S®PACE 2: a lightweight DPI engine for big network performance gains

    Performance vs. cost – Why is having a small memory footprint important for DPI deployed in virtualized and containerized environments? This article discusses the implications of a DPI engine with a small memory footprint on network and application performance, across virtualized and containerized architectures as well as the network functions into which it is embedded.

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