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February 25, 2014

Procera Networks to Demo Embedded Internet Intelligence at RSA

Procera Networks, Inc. will be at RSA (News - Alert) Conference this week to demonstrate Network Application Visibility Library (NAVL), currently running on equipment from best-of-breed OEM technology partners Intel (News - Alert) and Napatech.

Network Application Visibility Library (NAVL) is a next-generation Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) software engine that delivers real-time, Layer-7 classification of network traffic. This software allows integrators to remain focussed on core competencies while implementing industry-leading DPI functionality from Procera in their products.

The company officials say that NAVL uses a combination of deep packet and deep flow inspection techniques to accurately identify today's most common applications including Mobile, Social Networking, P2P, Instant Messaging, File Sharing, Enterprise and Web 2.0 applications. These powerful capabilities enable use cases in both Enterprise and Service Provider communications products.

Procera is also planning to demonstrate state-of-the-art OEM DPI engine that provides network equipment vendors with embedded intelligence abilities that can separate mission critical traffic from nonessential traffic, including the voice, video, chat and file transfer capabilities of most social applications.

This engine also allows custom signatures to be formed using Procera's custom definition API, allowing customers to range their intelligence capabilities to see their specific needs. Procera's OEM DPI engine is capable of performing application identification at speeds well in excess of 80Gbps with very little resource consumption.

Procera Networks (News - Alert) Inc. delivers Internet Intelligence solutions to service providers and network equipment manufacturers for analytics and enforcement of broadband traffic worldwide.

The company’s solutions are used by users worldwide to add new levels of intelligence into their networks. The company also claims to deliver solution targeted at enhancing the user experience on broadband networks – including fixed, mobile, Wi-Fi, satellite, or any other access technology that may be used anywhere in the world.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker
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