"Government agencies, service providers and enterprises are increasingly leveraging open source applications to deploy network security, monitoring and analysis solutions in their networks," said Dr. Elan Amir, president and CEO of Bivio Networks. "With our Application Library, Bivio Networks has completely automated the implementation process and shattered the myth that high performance networking and open source packet processing applications are incompatible."
Globally deployed in mission-critical networks, the Bivio 7000 DPI Application Platform couples application and network processor technology with a standard Linux operating environment, making it uniquely suited to support the deep packet processing demands of open source applications and services. The system also provides 10 Gbps performance with both computational and network scalability.
Applications include a range of security, flow analysis and network optimization software packages, all of which are certified to perform at throughput speeds of up to 10 Gbps on the Bivio 7000 DPI Application Platform, with higher performance available through Bivio's innovative scaling capabilities. The initial set of applications includes:
Application Library packages are immediately available at www.bivio.net or can be factory installed with purchases of the Bivio 7000 DPI Application Platform.
About Bivio Networks Bivio Networks is dedicated to providing leading networking systems for deep packet inspection (DPI) networking applications and services. The company's products support a wide range of customer solutions, including network security, monitoring and surveillance, traffic management, content-based processing, value-added Web 2.0 applications and services, and many other DPI-based networking applications. Bivio's global customer base includes worldwide government agencies, service providers, leading DPI-based application developers, and systems integrators. Bivio is privately-held and is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area with office locations worldwide. More information is available at www.bivio.net.