FREMONT, CA--(Marketwired - May 2, 2013) - Procera Networks, Inc. (
"Network operators in EMEA continue to adopt the PL20000 as the platform of choice for large broadband deployments," said Paul Gracie, senior vice president Global Sales and Services at Procera. "Network operators are purchasing solutions that can handle their traffic growth for the next three to five years, and we believe Procera delivers the most scalable Intelligence Policy Enforcement solutions available on the market."
The PL20000 platform supports up to 320Gbps and up to 5 Tbps per cluster of Intelligent Policy Enforcement (IPE) providing scalability for up to ten million subscribers and 120 million active flows in a single chassis. The platform enables network operators to grow their IPE deployments in a modular fashion, simply by adding modules to the existing system, without requiring additional overhead from cluster deployment, which add network complexity and operational challenges. With the PL20000, Procera delivers a policy enforcement ecosystem enabling the world's largest operators to become more agile and to capitalize on the latest in broadband applications and trends by creating innovative new personalized service plans on a massive scale.
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