Ellacoya Networks Bolsters Deep Packet Inspection Capabilities.New Product Release Boasts Industry-Leading Detection of Encrypted en·crypt
tr.v. en·crypt·ed, en·crypt·ing, en·crypts
1. To put into code or cipher.
2. Computer Science Applications; Activates Mirror Port for Further Analysis of Encrypted Data
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Paris or Alexander, in Greek mythology, son of Priam and Hecuba and brother of Hector. Because it was prophesied that he would cause the destruction of Troy, Paris was abandoned on Mt. -- Ellacoya Networks, Inc., a leading provider of carrier-grade Deep Packet Inspection Analyzing network traffic to discover the type of application that sent the data. In order to prioritize traffic or filter out unwanted data, deep packet inspection can differentiate data, such as video, audio, chat, voice over IP (VoIP), e-mail and Web. (DPI (Dots Per Inch) The measurement of the resolution of display and printing systems. A typical CRT screen provides 96 dpi, which provides 9,216 dots per square inch (96x96). Flat panel displays from 110 to 200 dpi have also been developed. ) solutions for broadband IP networks, today announced it has enhanced the DPI capabilities of the Ellacoya IP Service Control System with its new 6.4 Software Release. The new release adds application detection and classification functionality for encrypted applications, including bandwidth intensive encrypted peer-to-peer (P2P See peer-to-peer and point-to-point. ) such as BitTorrent and Skype (primarily in North America/Europe) and Winny2P and Share (primarily in the AsiaPac markets). Also included in Release 6.4 is activation of the system's mirror-port functionality that enables the system to factor out a subset of network traffic (i.e. video or voice) and pass a duplicate image through the mirror port to undergo further analysis for purposes such as service assurance. The Ellacoya products will be on display at Broadband World Forum, Stand #926.
PlusNet, a leading ISP (1) See in-system programmable.
(2) (Internet Service Provider) An organization that provides access to the Internet. Connection to the user is provided via dial-up, ISDN, cable, DSL and T1/T3 lines. in the United Kingdom, has deployed the Ellacoya system network wide for visibility into application and subscriber usage and tools to manage that traffic dynamically. Its Workplace customer portal, based on Ellacoya's technology and integrated with PlusNet's OSS Oss (ôs), city (1994 pop. 62,141), North Brabant prov., S Netherlands; chartered 1399. It is a significant industrial center. Manufactures include meat products, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, electrical equipment, and metalware. , enables the subscriber to self-select and manage their own services. "In order for PlusNet to continuously maintain high service quality and customer satisfaction, it is imperative for us to have visibility into all traffic on the network, not just a percentage of traffic," said Phil Webb, senior network architect at PlusNet. "With the sudden increase in encrypted peer-to-peer applications we are very pleased to be able to now identify encrypted flows and properly classify and prioritize pri·or·i·tize
v. pri·or·i·tized, pri·or·i·tiz·ing, pri·or·i·tiz·es Usage Problem
To arrange or deal with in order of importance.
v.intr. them so that our subscribers receive a high-quality service offering even during peak congestion The condition of a network when there is not enough bandwidth to support the current traffic load.
congestion - When the offered load of a data communication path exceeds the capacity. times."
Peer-to-peer applications such as BitTorrent have become the fastest and most efficient means for the delivery of digital entertainment, making it critical for the network to support. Ellacoya's encrypted application detection enables the service provider to manage subscriber service quality, manage operational and capital costs, and provide a high value experience for premium services. Release 6.4 brings unique mirror-port functionality that enables all traffic to flow through the network unaffected while mirroring off specific flows such as VoIP that can be analyzed to measure service quality, plan for enhancements and troubleshoot in real-time.
"Our broadband provider customers have reputations for delivering the highest levels of service to their subscribers; and we take pride in helping them maintain these service levels in a rapidly changing environment," said Fred Sammartino, vice president of marketing and product management at Ellacoya Networks. "With Release 6.4 we continue the tradition of evolving our products based on customer requirement with new features that give network service providers better visibility, better control and the tools to continuously improve service quality."
About Ellacoya Networks
Ellacoya Networks is a leading provider of carrier-grade deep packet inspection (DPI) service control solutions that give broadband service providers An ISP, telephone company, cable company or other carrier that offers high-speed communications to homes and businesses, typically for Internet access. Cable modems, DSL and T1 lines are the common technologies. See broadband, cable modem, DSL and T1. full application-level visibility and management functionality for their networks. Its IP Service Control System identifies subscribers, classifies and controls applications on a per-subscriber basis, improves performance and customer satisfaction, and delivers revenue-generating IP services. Deployed in some of the world's largest carrier IP networks, it is the only company that provides the scalability and functionality necessary to enable more compelling applications and competitive service offerings. Ellacoya Networks is privately held and headquartered in Merrimack, New Hampshire Merrimack is a town in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, United States. As of the 2000 census, the town population was 25,119 (including the East Merrimack Census-Designated Place ), making it the eighth largest municipality in New Hampshire. . For more information contact us at +1 603.577.5544 or visit us at www.ellacoya.com.
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