ReThinking Network Appliances in a "Third Platform" World

Napatech Helps Conquer the Challenges of High-Speed Cloud, Mobile, Social and Big Data Environments

In its recent 2015 predictions, IDC noted the Third Platform (the next-generation IT software foundation that includes cloud, mobile, big data and social) would account for one third of the global information and telecommunications technology (ICT) industry in 2015. In order to enable a more robust network in these fast-paced environments and stay ahead of the ever-expanding data growth curve, Napatech (OSE: NAPA) announced the availability of its 100G accelerator to support network appliances that now, more than ever, need to stay ahead of the speed of networks to ensure apps run quickly, videos stream smoothly and end-user data is secure and accessible.


PCI Compliant – The PCI-SIG® compliant NT100E3-1-PTP is a one-port, 100 Gbps Ethernet accelerator that enables the extension of management and security capabilities in high-speed networks.
Real-time packet capture – Provides real-time packet capture and analysis of 100 Gbps Ethernet networks with high-performance features that accelerate applications with extremely low CPU load, while providing time-stamping of every frame with nanosecond precision.
Flexible delivery and deployment – Preferred partner for appliance development. Napatech provides alternative paths to end-user networks, including:
Telecom network management
Quality of experience optimization
Financial latency measurement
Cyber defense
Henrik Brill Jensen, CEO, Napatech, said:
"Cloud computing, OTT video traffic and big data are clear drivers in the demand for faster access to data. As telecommunication and enterprise networks transition to 100G capacity, the need for the ability to monitor, secure and accelerate data is more important than ever before. We have listened to our customers and are proud to provide high-performance, intelligent network accelerators to assist them in building and delivering equipment that is future-proof and ready to handle the data growth challenges of today."