JDSU launches SNAP for growing bandwidth use

Staff writer
12 Apr 2012

JDSU has launched its PacketPortal, a smart network applicationplatform (SNAP) that allows communications service providers to profitably scale to growing bandwidth demand.

PacketPortal uses microprobe technology to cost-effectively gather intelligence anywhere in the network for use with a suite of customer care, marketing and other applications.

PacketPortal provides ubiquitous, real-time access to critical network data, replacing traditional methods that can't scale to the number of connected devices that some analysts predict could grow to 50 billion by 2020.

It uses intelligent microprobes that are easily embedded in existing routers, switches and other network elements without increasing footprint or power consumption.

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