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Qosmos Boasts Stellar 2013

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PARIS -- Qosmos, the market leader in embedded Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) and network intelligence technology, today announced that it had been selected by 21 technology companies during 2013 for inclusion in their products for the telecommunications and security industries. This record year confirms Qosmos’ position as the dominant supplier of embedded DPI software.

Undisputed leadership position with 70% market share The recent series of wins consolidates Qosmos’ market share at 70% of the worldwide embedded DPI market. Qosmos technology can be used in a wide variety of use cases including mobile traffic management, policy enforcement, Big Data analytics, service assurance, application delivery networking, enterprise mobility, and network security. Many of the company’s customers are leaders in their domains and they choose Qosmos because the company’s technology provides the most detailed traffic visibility available on the market (2,000+ protocols recognized and 6000+ metadata extracted) combined with the high performance of constantly updated software. During 2013, Qosmos supplied DPI technology to three of the top six network equipment providers and strengthened its partnerships with HP and Intel.

Shaping the role of network intelligence in future networks Qosmos creates the service-awareness required by today’s networks and tomorrow’s architectures based on Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). As a market visionary, the company is shaping the role of DPI and network intelligence in future networks thanks to active participation in standards bodies such as ETSI, IETF and ONF. During 2013, Qosmos has also showcased practical implementations with CloudNFV, a multi-vendor NFV demonstration platform (August 2013), and with the world’s first demo of a virtual switch with embedded DPI at the Intel® Developer Forum (September 2013).

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