• Telecom Operators

    Since the introduction of mobile data services, mobile carriers have been experiencing an explosion in bandwidth usage due to the increased number of devices as well as increased usage of rich media applications like video. The challenge mobile operators are facing is that all this data growth forces them to keep investing in network infrastructure, while their current pricing models prevent them from collecting the additional revenue needed to cover these investments. Read more
  • Financial Services

    In today’s world of algorithm-driven, machine-to-machine trading, a thousand trades can be executed in a second. Even a nanosecond can cost millions or conceal an unfair trade. To make informed decisions and take back control, people need access to the insights financial networks are hiding. In order to ensure that financial trading runs smoothly, exchanges, trading institutions and service providers all need independent network monitoring systems. These systems must be able to see all transactions in real time to fulfill their purpose. Read more
  • E-commerce and Media

    E-commerce is growing rapidly and is set to double in the next couple of years. At the same time, e-commerce services and payment methods are diversifying, and new media companies are changing how people consume content. Now fully dependent on networks to generate revenue, e-commerce and media companies need improve quality of experience, while remaining reliable and protecting all the data that is being generated and transmitted through their networks. Read more
  • Cloud and Data Center Services

    Trends such as document collaboration, automated backup, and sales force automation are creating demand for cloud-based services. Yet greater data volumes and greater complexity are making it harder to see what’s going on in networks and to manage them effectively. Cloud and data center service providers need the insight into their vast and complex networks. Only this can enable them to improve quality of experience without compromising on data security and availability, and to offer innovative services based on emerging trends. Read more
  • Infrastructure and Defense

    As the digital era moves forward, virtually all information is being digitized. Our identities, health records and financial information, as well as public infrastructure like water distribution, train systems, and power plants are now accessed and controlled through networks. Government and infrastructure network managers need to protect public and private information, and critical infrastructure networks, but are facing the challenge of exponential growth in data volume and complexity, and the increased sophistication of attacks.Read more
  • Enterprise Management

    Managing corporate networks is becoming increasingly difficult due to processes of integration and consolidation of corporate data and networks, virtualization of servers, and the increased mobility of the workforce. Enterprise network managers need to cost-effectively ensure system uptime and performance, while allowing the workforce to be efficient. This can only be done if they have the right intelligence to utilize their infrastructure, and if they can manage their network in real time, at any speed.Read more
  • Enterprise Security

    The sheer variety of applications, mobility and Bring-Your-Own-Device practices are causing a rapid growth in enterprise data volume and complexity. This makes it more and more difficult to see what’s going on inside networks and to protect them. Mitigating the threat from targeted attacks requires a defense-in-depth strategy across multiple security devices and applications. This involves establishing a network-wide view of what is happening—in real-time—and being able to correlate data from different parts of the network. Read more