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  • Connected cars: dedicated security solutions for IoT automotive telematics

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    Building a secure automotive telematics platform to achieve a profitable business model for automakers and ecosystem partners is a challenging task for mobile network operators. As the platforms lack detailed security specifications and a standardized framework, they become an attractive target for cybercriminals. Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity now offers solutions that enable operators to build a second line of defense to protect platforms and vehicles. The security solutions will be presented at this year’s Mobile World Congress.

  • Aricent and Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity unveil a unique bandwidth control solution to enhance customer experience for mobile operators and network equipment providers

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    Aricent’s Traffic Detection Function capability now incorporates the deep packet inspection (DPI) engine R&S PACE 2, a state-of-the art DPI software library that uses different technologies (including pattern matching, behavioral, heuristic and statistical analysis) to classify network protocols and applications. Network equipment vendors as well as network and telecom operators around the world rely on R&S PACE 2 to get full visibility into IP-based network traffic.

  • Proactive security: Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity showcases at RSA 2017 solutions for secure Internet of Things

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    A shift of paradigm in IT security is becoming more and more crucial to enable scalability in future Internet of Things infrastructures. At RSA Conference 2017 in San Francisco, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity showcases its embedded protocol and application classification solutions. These solutions promote a shift from a traditional, reactive blacklisting of known signatures to a highly pro-active whitelisting approach.

    You can read the full press release by following the link below.

     

  • Register now for our webinar with Intel on December 13

    Find out how to make the network ready for IoT and explore the relation between IoT and SDN/NFV.

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    About this webinar

    The Internet of Things (IoT) will provide a wealth of information that will enable us to collect, understand and process data in real-time. This new form of M2M interaction will be partially enabled through SDN/NFV. Networks in Telecoms and other enterprises will now become connected to legacy hardware through IoT ready Telematics platforms. Securing this new technology is imperative in maintaining and protecting the network. In this webinar we will discuss how to make the network ready for IoT and explore the relation between IoT and SDN/NFV:

  • New SCADA decoder protecting M2M communication from malicious code now available from Rohde & Schwarz and CELARE

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    Machine to machine (M2M) communication, which is increasingly important due to the Internet of Things (IoT), needs to be protected from hidden malicious code. The SCADA decoder available as part of R&S PACE 2 is now featured in CELARE’s innovative T-SENSE product and offered to industrial plant owners for the protection of their data network infrastructure.  

  • Pica8 Extends SDN Leadership with the First OpenFlow 1.5 Implementation for White Box Switching

    PicOS 2.8 Introduces More Programmability for Integrators to Build SDN Solutions

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    Pica8 Inc., the one-stop source for white box networking, announced that it has extended its leadership in SDN and OpenFlow programmability with the first white box NOS to support OpenFlow 1.5 through OVS 2.5.  Available in PicOS 2.8, OpenFlow 1.5 adds support for egress tables, user-defined ordered lists, and QoS features that enable network operators to program their switching environment to better integrate with SDN applications.

  • Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity provides Prisma photo art application classification to avoid network congestion

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    Lost and unclassified IP packets can cost operators millions. Ensuring a competitive edge for its customers in the mobile network infrastructure and security industry, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity is the market’s first to announce availability of application classification of the new, popular Prisma photo art app. The deep packet inspection (DPI) engine R&S®PACE 2 from Rohde & Schwarz provides visibility of the new application.

  • QoE in times of Pokémon Go

    How to counter adhoc network congestion with analytics from Rohde & Schwarz and Astellia

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    Pokémon Go is an augmented reality mobile gaming application which has registered over 100 million downloads within its first 3 weeks. Gameplay is location-based and requires the user to walk around a city with an active data plan and a GPS connection in order to catch Pokémon. The connectivity required for gameplay generates unforecasted additional network traffic which, if not properly managed, can affect the quality of experience (QoE) for the end-user while giving a negative impression of the mobile network carrier used.