FREMONT, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 19, 2013) - Procera Networks, Inc. (
"NAVL 4.0 represents a significant upgrade to an already industry-leading Layer 7 DPI engine," said Angelo Comazzetto, senior product manager at Sophos. "Integrating NAVL with Sophos UTM 9 greatly enhanced our value proposition to our customers and did so with effective ease for them. By outsourcing in-house development of Layer 7 application classification capabilities, we could focus more intently on complete security and protection everywhere, resulting in a quicker time to market for our UTM solutions."
New NAVL 4.0 features and capabilities include:
- Industry-leading high-performance throughput capabilities - The NAVL 4.0 DPI engine can easily classify traffic at speeds well above 100Gbps, with minimal effect on network response times, latency or jitter.
- Full IPv6Support - IPv6 is becoming more prevalent in network deployments, and NAVL 4.0 includes extensions for native IPv6 applications. This dramatically simplifies integration for IPv6-ready networking equipment, including CGN and IPv6 tunnelling implementations.
- De-tunnelling GPRS Tunneling Protocols (GTP) - NAVL can look inside these tunnels created between points on mobile networks to expose application types and names to NAVL users. This is very useful to mobile carriers and mobile probe vendors, who were previously unable to determine what application traffic was running over their networks between these points. NAVL can now inspect the entire packet without de-tunneling, improving performance and scalability for both mobile and fixed line equipment vendors.
- Metadata extraction improvements - Metadata extraction is an area where NAVL really excels. Long able to extract metadata, or "data about data" from packets, NAVL 4.0 now does so with advanced techniques designed to provide even more granular metadata, significantly reducing onboard resource consumption and increasing processing speed and metadata extraction.
"NAVL 4.0 gives both enterprise and telco equipment vendors a combination of unsurpassed application classification, in both breadth and accuracy, with advanced metadata extraction and simplicity of integration," said Derek Lownsbrough, vice president of research and development at Procera. "This gives us the most attractive Layer 7 DPI and application classification offering in the market, enabling our customers and partners to add advanced application-aware capabilities to their own solutions, while enabling them to focus on what they do best."
Additional features of NAVL 4.0:
- Even Easier Integration with Enterprise and Telco Platforms
- NAVL 4.0 has the industry's lowest on-board resource requirements, meaning that integrating vendors can add Layer 7 DPI, in addition to many other functions, to their existing platforms, resulting in both product enhancement and cost reduction.
- NAVL 4.0 is delivered as an SDK that can be deployed in a number of processors and processing architectures, including x86 32bit, x86 64bit, Cavium Octeon, Octeon II, Octeon III, ARM, PowerPC, Tilera and Freescale.
- Ever-Expanding Application Signature Database
- Procera engineers continue to add signatures on a near-daily basis. A full list of the applications that NAVL classifies is available on Procera's AppLabs site here.
Procera's NAVL 4.0 DPI engine and OEM products are the result of its recent acquisition of Vineyard Networks.
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