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 Procera Networks January 11, 2017
A look back at our most popular blogs of 2016
It has been a busy blogging year at Procera – and as you can see from the most popular blogs below, Pokemon Go created the most buzz in the market. We kept a close eye on the trends that are driving broadband consumption around the world in 2016, and we will be watching even closer in 2017 as IoT, 5G, and...
The Pokemon Go! rage should give us all pause. In its first month, over 100M people downloaded the app and many mobile operators were surprised by the game’s peculiar impact on their mobile data subscribers. This video provides a brief view into how things played out, leading us to ask—are you ready for the next big app?
By Cam Cullen, VP of Global Marketing June 15, 2016
By Roop Singh - Senior Systems Engineer April 13, 2015
Today Procera announced that the latest NAVL (Network Application Visibility Layer) software release hit industry-leading performance numbers. NAVL is Procera's standalone Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) engine which can be integrated into partner products such as firewalls, UTM devices and access points. NAVL was added to Procera's product library through the...
By Alex Thiessen, Marketing Coordinator November 20, 2014
Hi. I'm Michael Sherman, and I work at Xirrus. Xirrus does wireless networking. Many people know of us from our roots, which was in writing high performance wireless networks in complex environments. Really the best way to think about us though is we provide safe networks. We saw a trend in the marketplace that people want to...
By Shawn Sweeney, Director of Product Management and Marketing November 26, 2013
It was great to meet so many customers and prospects at the LTE North America 2013 show in Dallas. Thanks to all who stopped by our booth and attended the panel Procera was on: Monetizing the Policy Control and Charging Opportunity.
Topics: Broadband, Deep packet inspection, Service definition, Internet intelligence, Bandwidth, Intelligent policy enforment, Quality of experience, Lte, Bandwidth control, Cable operators, Customer experience, Service velocity, Subscriber services, Network analytics, Dpi, Personalized services, Service delivery, Subscriber context
By Paul Gracie - Sr. VP Global Sales & Services November 22, 2013
The world of telecommunications in Africa is definitely changing. Gone are the days of telecom operators telling their customers what they can and can’t have; it’s now all about the customer and the experience that they enjoy. I spoke with many operators at AfricaCom 2013 last week, from Cairo to Cape Town, and the question was always the same: what can you...
Topics: What were up to, Traffic management, Internet intelligence, Bandwidth, Intelligent policy enforment, Data service usage, Telecommunications, Bandwidth control, Mobile operators, Cable operators, Dpi, Sms, Africacom, Facebook, P2p traffic
By Johan Wikenstedt - VP Sales, APAC July 9, 2013
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...
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.
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...