Telecom Lead America: Procera Networks, an
intelligent policy enforcement company, has launched the PacketLogic 8920, a
flexible Intelligent Policy Enforcement (IPE) platform.
The company said that the PacketLogic 8920 is ideal for
network deployments supporting high-density subscriber/user scenarios and
provides a cost-effective, small appliance footprint.
“Procera Networks once again lowers the cost of
implementing IPE by bringing chassis-level scale, performance, and reliability
to an appliance-level product. Our new PL8920 gives our service provider
customers the ability to flexibly deploy our technology where needed without
sacrificing precious rack space in demanding network deployment
scenarios,” said Cam Cullen, vice president of global marketing for
The newly launched PL8920 is a highly-scalable 2RU
appliance supporting up to 50 Gbps of network traffic throughput accessible
through six modular I/O slots, configurable with up to 12 x 10GE or 24 x 1GE
The new platform is suitable for cable, broadband, and
converged network service provider deployments where traffic is aggregated and
analyzed at the edge of their network, requiring high I/O density in a small
form factor where physical space is at a premium.
Furthermore, the company said that the platform is
ideally suited to LTE mobile network deployments where mobile operators need
dispersed small footprint configurations that can quickly and economically
scale to millions of subscribers as LTE coverage expands and supports more
When combined with Procera’s PacketLogic Subscriber
Management platform, the PL8920 becomes a powerful tool that enables
prioritization and management of traffic and provides business analytics
through the PacketLogic Report Studio.
Procera Networks unveils services interoperability lab for
Recently, Procera Networks, a provider
of Intelligent Policy Enforcement (IPE) solutions, has unveiled its
3GPP Interoperability Laboratory in Malmo, Sweden.
The lab allows Procera’s Professional Services Team to
help customers test new personalized services using the 3GPP PCC Ecosystem,
focusing on interaction between PCEF, PCRF and OCS systems.