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DPI for Wireless Access Points

Analyze - Control - Secure

With exponential increases in both data rates and bandwidth demands, wireless access points (WAP) vendors are unable to meet the requirements of QoS, QoE and performance without appropiate IP traffic analytics capabilities. Protocol and application classification and metadata extraction provided by deep packet inspection software (DPI) is becoming a fundamental tool to deliver the desired network visibility.

This whitepaper explains how embedding DPI in wireless access points enables vendors to monetize new data services, improve quality of experience, strengthen network security measures and more.

Download this whitepaper to:

  • learn more about the WAP market and challenges that vendors are facing
  • find out how DPI technology works and how WAP vendors can benefit from it
  • get insights on how DPI can be utilized for different WAP use cases
  • learn why vendors need to make the strategic choice between building in-house DPI libraries, relying on open source solutions or licensing software from a DPI specialist