Procera Networks (News - Alert), Inc., an intelligent policy enforcement company, recently announced that its PacketLogic solutions, combined with Openet (News - Alert) Policy Manager technology, has been selected by one of the fastest growing mobile operators in APAC.
The mobile operator will use the solutions enhance its network service experience and control network costs.
Procera's PacketLogic suite includes Real-Time Enforcement platforms, as well as an Intelligence Center and Subscriber Manager solutions. The services allow clients to improve the quality and longevity of their networks, monetize their infrastructure investments, control security hazards, create innovative, attractive services for their users and forecast network application and usage trends over time.
"The shift to LTE (News - Alert) provides network operators an opportunity to offer high-value personalized services to mobile broadband consumers," said James Brear, president and CEO at Procera. "Our work in APAC with Openet leverages both companies' leading edge technology and scalability to deliver high-quality mobile broadband services to their subscribers."
"The rollout of LTE is driving investments in policy and charging control systems to facilitate the launch of value based pricing and to prepare for more complex network services such as service passes for data roaming," said Niall Norton, CEO at Openet. "Our work with Procera for this LTE operator proves the importance of these investments for business growth and improved customer satisfaction."
Meanwhile, Procera Networks recently launched Network Application Visibility Library (NAVL) 4.0 via a software development kit (SDK) for OEM enterprise and telecommunications equipment vendors. With its advanced techniques, the new deep packet inspection (DPI) engine can now extract even more granular metadata, or "data about data," from packets. The latest version of the Layer 7 DPI engine can easily sort out traffic at speeds well above 100Gbps.
The NAVL 4.0 DPI engine is integrated with extensions for native IPv6 applications, which simplifies integration for IPv6-ready networking equipment, such as CGN and IPv6 tunneling implementations.
Edited by Braden Becker