Alexander Havang, Procera’s CTO, started using the term “decorate” to describe what Procera does to the data that we collect on the network awhile ago. Although “decorate” may bring up visions of brightly lit Christmas trees or a beautifully put together room in your house, it is extremely appropriate for what we do to data.
Today Procera announced the addition of a new member to the already impressive PacketLogic analytics and policy enforcement product lineup. The new PL9420 raises the performance bar once again by delivering up to 120G of throughput in a single 2RU appliance. Read the full press release here: PL9420 Press Release.
Today Procera brought its entry-level appliance, the PL7340 to the Brazilian market. As the Brazilian Sales DIrector for Procera, I am very excited about this new offering. Why?
For the first time last week Procera participated in the largest and most important Telecommunications event in Latin America, Futurecom 2014, which brought together CEOs from companies such as Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Claro, ETB Colombia and more than 14,600 attendees in four days of lectures and trade-show in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Imagine a scenario where you had to reduce investment in your network infrastructure due to stagnation in revenue caused by increasing competition and flat rate tariffs. Sound familiar? One would most likely witness congestion in various parts of the network, triggering complaints and inevitably contributing to the churn of one’s subscribers.
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...