Five key ingredients for success are: Architecture, App Classification, Measurement, Data Layer, Visualization Layer and Workflow
In this 5G tech turn, if you’re a CTO or VP of Planning, Big Data, Ops or...
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing May 28, 2013
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
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing May 26, 2013
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,
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing May 20, 2013
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
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing May 7, 2013
Procera announced a brand-spanking new capability today called Dynamic LiveView that is dropping the jaws of network engineers around the world. It is a “WOW” moment when you see what it can show you in real-time about what is happening on your network.
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing April 15, 2013
The Internet is no longer all about Gangnam Style, it has become a bit more Gentleman- like. Unless you have been living in a cave, you have undoubtedly heard, heard of, or seen the video for Gangnam Style. It does have over 1 billion views:
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing March 2, 2013
There was much talk and hype for the online launch of the Netflix Original Series “House of Cards” throughout this week. Andrew Wallenstein (Variety) wrote an article about how Netflix needs to rethink their strategy about “binge” viewing – when a viewer. EW Weekly, Fast Company, and the New York Times also wrote about the topic – and opinions are varied...
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing February 28, 2013
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona yesterday, Firefox OS was launched, and if it succeeds, it could have a very interesting effect on Mobile applications and policy enforcement needs. Firefox OS is entirely web-based, and Ars Technica put it best – rather than “there’s an app for that”, their answer is “There’s a Web for that!”. Firefox OS is entirely...
Topics: What were up to
By Alexander Haväng, Chief Technical Officer February 18, 2013
At Procera, we actively seek out challenges. So when you’ve already got the world’s most sophisticated DPI engine and the largest collection of signatures on the planet, where do you go next? We need something cool for our analysts and programmers in the signature group, so we thought we’d go after something really hard and really valuable. We didn’t call...
By Trevor Failor - VP of Channels, Americas February 8, 2013
Just got back from a great week at the NTCA/OPASTCO Expo in Orlando where we were thrilled to be an Inner Circle Sponsor this year. We appreciate the excitement and interest from NTCA/OPASTCO members and are proud to be an NTCA Affiliate vendor member. We are equally fired up about servicing this market and helping rural providers navigate the path to...
By Jon Linden, Chief Strategy Officer January 23, 2013
Yesterday we introduced Content Intelligence. Did you see that? It’s actually really cool, but I think I might have to add some color to make sure you catch why this matters. This is yet another step in our consistent strategy around Intelligence Everywhere, where we know that you need to see more to do more. But what does Content Intelligence really mean?...