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Continuous Adds DPI

SAN DIEGO -- Continuous Computing®, the only company deploying uniquely architected systems comprised of telecom platforms and Trillium® software, today launched two solutions suites for the Wireless and Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) markets as part of the company's new "Solutions & Services" business practice, also unveiled today. Continuous Computing's application-level Wireless and DPI solutions suites enable Network Equipment Providers (NEPs) to accelerate the delivery of carrier-class systems to market by upwards of 12 to 24 months, resulting in up to 50 percent higher ROI, thereby continuing to meet aggressive operator demand despite in-house budget reductions mandated by challenging economic conditions.

"Network equipment providers are under substantial pressure to deliver increasingly advanced systems with higher capacities and sophistication, yet they are facing severe budget cuts," said Jeff Heynen, directing analyst, Broadband and Video, Infonetics Research. "By raising the ceiling on what has traditionally been offered to NEPs - through a 'top-down' system architecture mindset and much tighter levels of integration - Continuous Computing is enabling NEPs to cut down development time significantly and bring products to market faster and with higher ROI."

Continuous Computing Corp.

danp5648 12/5/2012 | 4:11:28 PM
re: Continuous Adds DPI Why is Procera being snubbed by Light Reading and unstrung?

Reply from a research group:

"As for Procera, I can't believe they were excluded from Light Reading and unstrung. They are one of the market leaders in the space. Although we don't currently track DPI, I
keep an eye on the market because it is very closely related to shipments of CMTS and DSLAMs these days."
Pete Baldwin 12/5/2012 | 4:11:28 PM
re: Continuous Adds DPI Probably an innocent oversight, that's all. You're too quick with the conspiracy theories, Dan.
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