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Why do you need GTP Load Balancing?

The challenge in today's environment is the vast amount of growing data and the limited performance of existing probes. By deploying Cubro's network performance monitoring and diagnostics (NPMD) technology to monitor network demand and manage the capacity planning, the CSP can get the advantage of better functionality and advanced features. However...
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User Plane Monitoring for a Mobile Network Operator (MNO)

User plane monitoring is a hot topic these days. It is not only important and useful for the technical purpose, but it is also possible to generate additional revenue for the MNO. The flip side of the coin is the price, and complexity of performing this application. Cubro offers a cost-effective solution for this challenge. The solution is the Cubr...
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Case Study: Packet Slicing Saves Cost on Flow Monitoring

Customer requirement: Monitoring of 96 100 Gbit links in a Data Centre with VXLAN Technical Challenges: The increase in network speed requires tools which can keep pace with the changing requirement and make the data centre highly reliable. The network visibility tools need to provide real-time accurate analysis for network management and operation...
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Why do you need subscriber aware visibility?

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, offering better products to new subscribers and conducting centralized monitoring and troubleshooting of the network. Better visibility into the user network traffic leads to higher lev...
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Bandwidth & Performance Myths

It is often hard to figure out the truth after reading the datasheets of Cubro competitors because there is too much information which can be misleading. The facts are mixed and presented in the wrong context, or the information related to performance is dependent upon many factors which are not clearly explained. This makes the data unre...
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Are Network Packet Brokers a Commodity Product?

Is there such a thing of using a commodity product instead of a real network packet broker (NPB)? We don't think so – and neither should you! However, it seems like this is the case - use commodity hardware and add some software to sell it as a commodity packet broker. But what you get is only commodity features, and because most vendors use the sa...
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What is the difference between a Cubro Probe and a Cubro Sessionmaster?

When choosing between a Cubro Probe and a Cubro Sessionmaster you need to consider the different features and benefits of the two products. Before you decide which one fits your network requirement, take a look at the differences between the two products. Cubro Probe The Cubro Mobile Probe is a passive device which receives network t...
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Cubro’s Genext Network Packet Brokers

Today, enterprises and carriers with large, complex networks often find it challenging to manage their networks to minimise 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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Unveiling Cubro’s network management software

For network monitoring experts and network administrators using Cubro Packetmasters who want centralised control of multiple Cubro Packetmasters and enhance the efficiency of the business, Cubro Vitrum is a versatile network management software that offers network topology visualisation. The software can manage the scaling network architecture by p...
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Advance buffer mechanism on EXA32100

A significant function of Network Packet Brokers is aggregation. Often people think that aggregation is a simple task in packet brokering but actually, it is the most challenging part because everything must be done in real time and if you drop packets there is no retransmission possible. If a switch drops a packet because of bursting it is not goo...
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