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  1. DPI for application performance and digital experience monitoring

    Deep packet inspection (DPI) enhances application performance monitoring (APM) and digital experience monitoring (DEM) solutions with deep traffic visibility. As the new digital habits require enterprise networks to connect any user seamlessly to any application, enterprises are seeing an increasingly critical need to develop real-time
    application monitoring and network management capabilities. The performance and availability of enterprise applications are critical to maintaining uninterrupted business processes, and even small performance issues can entail rather costly consequences. Without packet-level analytics, there will be delays in diagnosing application performance issues and bottlenecks in the network. To offer high-quality services, enterprises must rely on a comprehensive library of business
    applications and network protocols to identify and analyze the traffic running in their networks. R&S®PACE 2 enables application-specific performance metrics such as
    bandwidth consumption, TCP round-trip time (RTT), out of-order and retransmission counters and so on.

    Use Case Score: 24.389

  2. How COVID-19 became the tipping point for enterprise digital revolution

    Despite the widespread availability of technologies that enable remote working and the remote management of operations and assets, it wasn’t until COVID-19 started shaking up large parts of the economy that enterprises really did rethink their current operational models. This included the way employees executed their daily tasks, how they work with business assets and how their outputs are monitored. The need to steer the business out of lockdowns and movement restrictions propelled most enterprises to work on this realization and saw overnight changes in company work rules, policies and most importantly, pushed the usage of Cloud and SaaS based applications to record levels.

    Blog post Score: 5.958

  3. Whitepaper: DPI for application performance monitoring

    In a world run by millions of real-time applications, insights into the network are critical to both network service providers and enterprises in ensuring that applications continue to deliver the experience and service levels expected by users. Discover in this whitepaper how network intelligence in APM solutions, delivered by deep packet inspection (DPI) technology, helps enterprises and service providers monitor and manage the performance of their applications, determining root causes of performance issues, detecting inappropriate traffic and security risks, and reacting to network slowdowns before they impact end users.

    Whitepaper Score: 0.385

  4. Aricent and Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity unveil a unique bandwidth control solution to enhance customer experience for mobile operators and network equipment providers

    Aricent Traffic Detection Function (TDF) provides communication service providers an opportunity to capitalize on analytics for traffic optimization, charging and content manipulation, working hand in hand with the policy management system.

    Press release Score: 0.066

  5. The importance of SD-WANs and why they need application awareness

    In today’s digital economy, businesses rely on connectivity. SD-WANs offer predictable application performance and reliability along with secure, uninterrupted connectivity, but they need to be intelligent or application-aware to ensure advanced security, optimize user experience, enable real-time business decisions, and increase business productivity. With the help of embedded deep packet inspection (DPI) technology, SD-WAN vendors can now deliver intelligent routing, traffic steering and enterprise application performance with advanced reporting capabilities to take SD-WANs to the next level.

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  6. Video streaming: networks and the game of bandwidth

    It is evident that video streaming is on a fast track to becoming the new definition of the ‘Internet’, easily outdoing other bandwidth-intensive applications such as cloud gaming, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). The demand for video content seems to move in tandem with network speeds, given that better speeds translate into faster streaming and improved quality of experience (QoE). One of the immediate effects of a rapid increase in video traffic is the strain it puts on network resources, resulting in network congestion and poor network performance. While this impairs almost all applications to some degree, video takes the biggest hit given its dependency on real-time availability of bandwidth and speeds. What operators need now are the right tools that deliver the required intelligence, timely and accurately, to maintain the required QoE and to successfully deploy their video streaming strategies.

    Blog post Score: 0.047