Procera bags $2 million order from Eastern European telecom operator

Telecom Lead Europe: Intelligent policy enforcement
company Procera Networks has won a $2 million follow-on order from a
fixed-line operator in Eastern Europe.


Procera is providing the operator with PacketLogic
Intelligent Policy Enforcement (IPE) systems.


With IPE systems, the operator will be able to monitor
network traffic on its peering uplinks operating at 10s of Gbps in its network,
enabling substantial CapEx savings by identifying unauthorized network usage.


“This operator continues to acquire our PacketLogic
IPE systems because of their proven ability to analyze large-scale data traffic
volumes in real-time on its network’s high-speed peering uplinks to
significantly reduce costs,” said Paul Gracie, vice president of Europe,
Africa, and the Middle East (EMEA) at Procera.


The company claims that its IPE system is designed to
scale and handle the heavy traffic volumes without suffering latency and
throughput degradation when recognizing asymmetric traffic.


The operator placed this order through a key business
partner in the region. The operator is also using the systems to generate
incremental service plan revenues by creating innovative new broadband service
features and personalized tiered service plans for Internet subscribers on its
fixed access network.


The IPE system helps the operator in managing expensive
network uplink resources. The IPE system includes Procera’s PacketLogic Border
Gateway Protocol (BGP) peering capabilities, thePacketLogic Real-time
Enforcement (PRE) platform and Procera’s FlowSync capability.


Procera expects to recognize the majority of revenue
related to this order in the second quarter of 2012.


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Last month, Procera Networks launched new PacketLogic
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network and cloud service providers.


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