Securing networks against sophisticated attacks is a continuous cat-and-mouse game where the only rule is that there are no rules! Yet many of the solutions to securing networks today are created around assumptions on how attacks are structured in strictly-defined, deterministic approaches. We rely on firewall port-based analysis, anti-virus, malware detection and IDS/IPS pattern-based analysis to protect against attacks, but these approaches can only prevent known threats.
The demand for data is continuing to skyrocket with the rapid growth in smartphone and application usage. Unidentified applications are flooding the network causing congestions and quality of service issues for operators. Until now there has been no solution in the market that was able to detect IP traffic, as well as test and measure the impact of these applications on operator networks.
Leader in mobile core networks (SGSN and GGSN) renews agreement with ipoque for Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) software to identify mobile network traffic and improve the mobile Internet user experience. New mobile devices, from tablets and smartphones to even wearable devices are emerging every day along with new applications and services with widely varying traffic patterns and bandwidth needs. Reliable real-time application intelligence has become even more critical to ensure a positive mobile Internet experience across any device at any time.
Developers from Intel Labs have invented a ground breaking new technology, allowing small cells to allocate bandwidth across multiple networks (WiFi or Mobile) to delay-sensitive applications like Voice over IP or video streaming. The result is a radically enhanced Customer Experience. Only made possible due to ipoque’s PACE Deep Packet Inspection (DPI), which can accurately identify network traffic at the application level.