87 results for: "network performance"
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: 15
The Internet of Things (IoT) is well on the way and carriers can see a major revenue opportunity. Indeed, IoT is the main driver behind many of the requirements for upcoming 5G specifications. But, IoT is not just another service offering; it is a paradigm shift requiring a much more open carrier network than ever before. This raises network performance management and security concerns.
Webinar Score: 15
Keenetic Limited integrates DPI software from Rohde & Schwarz into Wi-Fi routers to boost wireless network performance
Leipzig, Germany, May 5, 2021 — ipoque GmbH, a Rohde & Schwarz company and industry-leading manufacturer of OEM deep packet inspection (DPI) software, today announced that the Wi-Fi solutions provider Keenetic Limited has licensed their DPI engine R&S®PACE 2 to add granular IP traffic visibility to the company’s entire portfolio of wireless routers. R&S®PACE 2 provides detailed insights into network traffic with application and user-level visibility. This visibility is key for Keenetic to meet customer needs by improving device performance, end-user experience and enhancing network security measures.
Press release Score: 11
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.
Blog post Score: 11
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is a network architecture that allows enterprises to securely connect remote users and devices to the enterprise-wide area network(WAN). SASE essentially combines ‘network-as-a-service’ with ‘security-as-a-service’ to provide enterprises, especially those with a growing number of edge connections covering branches, mobile workers, remote workers and IoT devices, the means to monitor, manage and secure their enterprise networks and assets. If SASE will be the crucial architecture for securing and managing the ever-expanding enterprise perimeter, deep packet inspection is the logical complement, providing real-time intelligence at every point along the way.
Blog post Score: 5
When it comes to content business for telecom operators, borrowed strategies rarely work because no two markets are the same and no two operators are endowed with similar resources. This blog article discusses telecom operator content strategies and how real-time analytics of traffic flows help them develop, improve and implement these strategies. It assesses in particular, how DPI-driven analytics help in the choice of content and content partnerships, content delivery and pricing models.
Blog post Score: 4
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: 3
The performance and availability of enterprise applications are critical to maintaining uninterrupted business processes, as even small performance issues can entail rather costly consequences. Deep packet inspection (DPI) enhances application performance monitoring (APM) and digital experience monitoring (DEM) solutions with deep traffic visibility helping to diagnose 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.
Use Case Score: 2
Deep packet inspection (DPI) is a critical element of 4G/5G wireless networks as it is mandatory for application awareness and flow prioritization for proper service delivery and high quality of experience. Tests of R&S®PACE 2 DPI performance show a 33.8% increase on Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor-based servers when upgrading to a new CPU and demonstrate the performance impact between aligned vs misaligned non-uniform memory access (NUMA) in dual socket systems.
Whitepaper Score: 2
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: 1