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Top 3 reasons to deploy Cubro’s OPTOSLIM Network TAPs

Recently our team deployed OPTOSLIM Network TAPs at a communication service provider in South East Asia. The customer wanted a solution which could passively monitor a network link. Network TAPs are the first step towards network visibility. These TAPs copy the traffic for monitoring, security, and analysis without obstructing the traffic. There ar...
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Data enrichment for Geolocation application in Mobile networks

Case Study: About the communication service provider The provider is a leading company in Europe with more than 40 percent of the market share. It provides convergent communication solutions. The product portfolio includes Fixed line and mobile telephony, internet, IT services, IPTV, wholesale services as well as mobile payment solutions.   Or...
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Cubro Network Visibility Signs Partner Agreement with Netwell-Ukraine

Cubro Network Visibility, a leading vendor of network probes, network packet brokers and network taps and partner of the world's largest telecoms and enterprises, has recently signed a partner agreement with Netwell-Ukraine to better engage with customers in the markets where Netwell-Ukraine is already established. Both the companies expect th...
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Cost-effective Solution for layer 1 – Cubro Optical TAPs

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Case Study Company: South East Asia Telecom Operator with more than 10 million subscribers Organisational Challenge A telecom operator in South East Asia needed access to traffic without disrupting data flow. The operator had an extensive monitoring system. However, in order to get full visibility, the operator wanted network TAPs which would provi...
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The future of visibility 2020 and beyond – Part 2

Network performance challenges are increasing, and visibility will be a more critical part of the network infrastructure in future. New trends and increased security threats within the network operations would require high-level visibility in order to get more information out of the network. A recent approach is towards self-organizi...
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Greater visibility and insight into the user traffic

As a mobile network carrier, how can you drive your revenue growth? The three main challenges faced by a service provider include retention of existing subscribers, driving better product offerings to new subscribers and conducting centralized monitoring and troubleshooting of the network. Better visibility into the user network traffic leads to hi...
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Cubro’s network packet broker evolution

Today, enterprises and carriers with large, complex networks often find it challenging to manage their networks to minimize outages and performance issues. To combat that, they seek visibility solutions that can help them understand what is happening in their networks. In a time where network issues are becoming complex, L4 network visibility is no...
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The high-density Cubro Copper Tap - FlexTAP 10/100/1000

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​ If you want access to complete network data by deploying a simple tool which is easy to install and scalable at the same time, then Cubro's new high-density Copper TAP – FlexTAP 10/100/1000 is an ideal solution. The network TAP offers the smallest footprint - 21 links in one 19 inches and 3 U size and has best price and performance compared ...
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Outlook towards tackling network challenges

Complexity is ever-increasing in many areas and computer networks are no exception. There are scalability challenges, but also different new requirements are coming up, e.g. new encapsulation protocols and a desire for more fine-grained filtering. Various novel ideas for possible techniques for network management are floating around in research and...
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Commodity Switch vs Network Packet Broker

Is a commodity switch with a little software modification a network packet broker?  The reply is 'No'. Let's look at the three main reasons why a commodity switch is not a network packet broker. 1. The basic application of a network packet broker is to copy data from one port to the other, filter and aggregate it. Compared to a network pa...
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