FREMONT, Calif., Aug. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Procera Networks today announced the result of its significant expansion and growth in the APAC market over the last three months. Procera has seen network traffic rise within the region, driven by increased demand for its technology among tier one fixed and mobile operators and largely due to the proliferation of Netflix. Through a combination of attracting two new tier one operator customers and expanding the scope of three of Procera's existing deployments with tier one customers, the company's technology is now touching over 150 million subscribers across APAC.
Major contracts in the past three months include the use of Procera's PacketLogic 15000 network intelligence platform to manage over 500 Gbps of Internet Peering bandwidth for one operator alone. Procera also recently delivered a multi-million dollar traffic management deployment for a cable operator in the region. This was built on Procera's sophisticated Quality of Service software and ability for its technology to identify all network traffic, even encrypted applications, which put Procera far ahead of the competition.
Growing bandwidth demands from subscribers has also contributed to a number of Procera's new customer wins in the region, driven by the fact Procera Networks is at the forefront of delivering policy control and network management. For example, its ContentLogic traffic identification technology recently passed 100 million subscriber licenses globally, with 25% of those being used by APAC network operators.
Lyn Cantor, President and CEO at Procera Networks, said: "Strong regional growth, particularly within APAC, has been a fundamental part of Procera's global expansion plans. The growth we have seen over the past three months will underpin Procera's development going forward."
Procera's subscriber and network intelligence technology is the choice for hundreds of fixed, mobile, and Wi-Fi operators around the world. From giving operators the tools to tackle encryption, to managing content filtering and enforcing parental restrictions, or helping meet regulatory requirements, Procera is giving back the network visibility and control that has otherwise been lost in recent years.
About Procera Networks, Inc.
Since its inception in 2002, Procera Networks has become a leading subscriber and network intelligence provider. The continued development of its award-winning ScoreCard and eVolution technologies, in addition to the benefits its solutions hold for network operators around data insights, traffic management, and policy control, lets Procera meet the ever-changing needs of service providers both today and in the heavily virtualized future.
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