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Tune up the Orchestra - NFV begins to get real!

I have spent the past two days at the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in Bad Homburg Germany listening to both operators and network vendors talk about Software Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualization. This was a milestone event for NFV, as the event last year really kicked off the efforts to create the ETSI NFV ISG to help guide the...

Topics: Nfv, Expert insights

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Google Outage: Did the Internet Really Go Away last Friday?

No, it really did not. There was, however, a noticeable drop in many networks, and some appeared to see a longer lasting outage than others. The examples below all show pointed dips during the outage (time zone adjusted from 1800 to 1900).

Topics: Analytics in motion

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Virtualization Meets Internet Intelligence

When I first joined Procera, I was talking to one of our lead engineers that works on the integration of our software onto various hardware platforms. He made a comment then that has stuck with me for a long time: “If we could just run our software without hardware, life would be great!” Although that is not actually happening, virtualization removes...

Topics: Nfv, Virtualization, Expert insights, Packetlogic, Navl

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Internet Hide And Seek…Are Consumers Reacting to Privacy Concerns?

Topics: Guardian, Prism, Sslv3, Privacy, Tor

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Rainy with a Chance of Cloud – Procera at QUESTnet 2013

On behalf of Procera I recently attended QUESTnet 2013, one of Australia’s biggest network industry events for the higher education market, and it marked my one year anniversary working for Procera in the AUS/NZ region. Procera has grown significantly in the past year and so has this event. It was hosted by Australian Catholic University in the normally...

Topics: What were up to, Deep packet inspection, Ott, Apac, Intelligent policy enforment, Iphone, Network operator, Dynamic liveview, Universities, Dpi, Cloud services, Questnet, Triple play network

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What’s App in APAC?
What are the most currently popular broadband device and the hottest trending new device in your region?

For those that can afford it, the iPhone is still considered “the device to have” in Asia, but Samsung Galaxy S III/IV has made major inroads. Galaxy has dominant market share in S. Korea for obvious reasons, but is also rated the hottest phone in...

Topics: Analytics in motion, Broadband, Deep packet, Wechat, Line, Ott, Traffic analysis, Traffic management, Apac, Bandwidth, Intelligent policy enforment, Iphone, Kakao, Dpi, Samsung galaxy, Sms

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An Integrated Approach to Market-proven Mobile Operator Services

Openet is delighted to announce it has partnered with Procera to launch Revenue Express, the industry’s first end-to-end turnkey Policy Control and Charging (PCC) solution that includes Procera’s Intelligent Policy Enforcement and analytics coupled with Openet’s Policy Management functionality for mobile operators.

Topics: Deep packet inspection, Intelligent policy enforment, Revenue services, Mobile operators, Expert insights, Dpi

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Arrested Development Netflix Launch: Frozen Bananas and Ostriches for All

First, with homage to the disclaimer at the top of many Scott Adams blogs, a few disclaimers:

1) This is not a comprehensive report on the success of Arrested Development – it is a sampling of data from numerous Procera deployments in North America and Europe.

2) Most of this data started collecting late morning/early afternoon on Sunday, so the binge...

Topics: Analytics in motion

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Anatomy of an #ArrestedDevelopment #BingeWatch: One Broadband Home and a Lazy Sunday

As many who enjoyed the show Arrested Development, I have been eagerly awaiting the release on Netflix that occurred today (I told my wife that I HAD to watch it for work, and my story seems to have held up so far). Procera is watching the release closely and is planning on doing an update later this week on how the launch affected broadband networks,...

Topics: Analytics in motion,

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The Rise of Tumblr: A Major Force in Internet Traffic Generation

Yahoo (formally) announced that they intend to purchase Tumblr. Why would they spend that much money for a site that is at its heart a photo sharing site?

Topics: Analytics in motion

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