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Network Transformation

Deep Packet Inspection – A Data Insight

Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) is a technology that allows software/hardware to access, analyze and modify payload (data) portions of network packets. Traditionally network operations like filtering, routing, accounting were based on L3/L4 layer (Network/Transport Layer) headers of the packet. But...

Deep Packet Inspection – A Data Insight
March 2nd, 2017

SD-WAN and its Benefits

SD-WAN is often confused with its close cousin- Software Defined Networking (SDN). SD-WAN is just focused on WAN, connecting multiple geographically dispersed locations belonging to a single organization (HQ, data centers, branches, remote user, et al) on a regional, national...

SD-WAN and its Benefits
March 2nd, 2017

Performance Tuning of VM by CPU Pinning

Many VM operating parameters can be set to get maximum system performance for single or multiple VMs running on a KVM Host. Some VM operating parameters are configured on the KVM Host and can be modified at any time when...

Performance Tuning of VM by CPU Pinning
February 28th, 2017

Fog Computing and its IoT Applications

What is Fog computing and why? Fog computing is also called as fogging which extends the cloud computing services to devices. It is a model where data processing can be done in the edges of networks instead of processing the...

Fog Computing and its  IoT Applications
February 28th, 2017

Communication Networks: Compete or Cooperate?

Telco operator networks will mostly have a mix of equipment and software from multiple vendors. This was a deliberate choice to provide redundancy to avoid a single point of failure – we all understand the severity of communications network breakdowns,...

Communication Networks: Compete or Cooperate?
February 10th, 2017

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