FREMONT, CA--(Marketwire - Oct 2, 2012) - Procera Networks, Inc. (
These customers expand Procera's footprint in the Canadian higher education sector, making the company's solutions a de facto standard in this technologically advanced vertical market. Traditional packet shaper technologies are no longer sufficient in these environments as network managers seek to apply IPE based on sophisticated permutations of user, device and application. Additionally, Procera's industry-leading scalability and flexible "pay-as-you-grow" licensing model are attractive to schools of all sizes.
"Other bandwidth management devices had complex and slow interfaces, making them time-consuming to setup and maintain, but that was not the case with Procera," said Steve Scott, senior systems administrator at Memorial University in Newfoundland. "Procera has created one of those rare solutions that reliably accomplishes its intended purpose without being overly complicated to use."
Doug Dennis, WAN network manager at the University of Manitoba, commented, "Procera's IPE solution ensures that bandwidth is available for traffic that is critical to the operation of the University. It easily provides a real-time breakdown of the type of traffic flowing across our network, which helps with capacity planning and identifying problems."
Chris Tipper, CEO of Canadian reseller Peak Networks, added, "While advanced technologies are indeed important, Procera's easy-to-use interface, flexible licensing, and extensible platforms with weekly application signature updates provide immediate value to our customers' networks. These aspects of the product line ensure future scalability and are clear differentiators that resonate with our mutual clients."
"We continue to see strong demand for Procera's tailored SmartCampus solutions," said Trevor Failor, senior director of enterprise sales for Procera. "Our recent wins in Canada have further cemented our position as a thought leader in the category. Procera's advanced IPv6 and Network Address Translation functionalities are bolstering the company's position in the higher education market as the number of devices on campus continues to expand."
SmartCampus is a software suite that runs on PacketLogic Subscriber Manager. It integrates into identity infrastructure through a comprehensive set of standard interfaces and protocols. With this extensive user awareness, the PacketLogic Realtime Enforcement systems deliver comprehensive analytics and actionable policy services. For applications requiring customization, SmartCampus integrates with third-party systems through simple-to-use APIs, thereby delivering the industry's broadest suite of user and application aware use cases.
To find out more about Procera and SmartCampus solutions, send email to email@example.com or visit www.proceranetworks.com. Stop by Booth 1922 at Educause, November 6-9, 2012 in Denver, Colo., to speak with a Procera representative and see a product demonstration.
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