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Deep Packet Inspection Sub-System Addresses Telecom Applications

Wed, 11/02/2011 - 10:45am

Adax (www.adax.com), an industry leader in high-performance signalling and packet-processing infrastructure and Qosmos (www.qosmos.com), a leading provider of Network Intelligence (NI) technology, today announced the successful integration of their products. This collaboration has resulted in a high performance, quick to market Deep Packet Inspection (DPI)sub-system ideal for telecom applications such as Policy Control and Charging (PCC), Revenue Assurance, Quality of Service and more.

Qosmos ixEngine Software Development Kit has been integrated into the Adax development platform to provide customers with a fast time to market for their DPI applications.  ixEngine's decoding capabilities have been optimised for the industry’s highest performance multi-core processors such as the Cavium Octeon on the Adax PacketRunner and PacketAMC products, which can handle huge traffic volumes at wire speed.

“Application developers tell us that they want two things: fast time to market and maximum performance for their application,” said Robin Kent, Director, European Operations, at Adax Europe. “The Adax/Qosmos partnership provides them with an integrated, application ready, DPI sub-system that maximises the performance of their application whilst saving them precious development time.”

“The increasing complexity and sheer volume in network traffic creates a vast opportunity for solution and equipment providers to leverage the advanced DPI and metadata extraction capabilities that are enabled by the joint Adax/Qosmos offering,” said Thibaut Bechetoille, CEO of Qosmos. “By deploying our joint technology within their applications, our customers will be able to deliver solutions based on complete, real-time visibility into network traffic, enabling application-level insight into policy and traffic management solutions, charging, Quality of Service (QoS), subscriber analytics and more.”

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