— Tipping their hands regarding the upcoming Interop Las Vegas show next month, intelligent-network-adapter maker Napatech and Procera Networks Inc. will debut a 40 Gbps Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) platform that can be used by OEM vendors to build flexible, application-aware, network traffic capture, inspection and analysis appliances based on standard servers. The demonstration at Interop will showcase Procera Networks’ OEM DPI software engine integrated with Napatech’s high-speed network adapter, capable of 40 Gbps application recognition using eight cores on a standard multicore server. Napatech claims its adapters can guarantee that every packet will be captured for analysis up to 40 Gbps.
BT Cloud Compute allows CIOs far greater control in terms of designing, building, buying and operating a cloud solution tailored to their specific needs, the international operator says. The “pay as you go” plan offers an average 40-percent savings against traditional ways of working, BT adds, allowing customers to align costs directly to their business needs. Its cloud infrastructure uses industry-standard secure data centers located in Brazil, Colombia, the United States, U.K., Spain, Benelux, France, Italy, Singapore and Hong Kong; Germany, China, India, Argentina and Mexico will be added soon.
HetNet Forum is the new moniker of the DAS Forum, a special membership section of PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association. HetNet Forum members include some 60 OEMs, infrastructure providers, systems integrators and end-user companies. Says Jonathan Adelstein, PCIA’s president/CEO and former FCC commissioner, “HetNet Forum members are using every tool in their toolbox to deliver wireless broadband to consumers everywhere—indoors and outdoors, urban and rural. This unique organization provides an excellent forum for members to further develop their businesses and deploy urgently needed wireless capacity to meet the exploding demand for wireless data to be available at any time, and in any place.”

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