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In the new world of next-generation networks, pretty much every leading network equipment manufacturer (NEM) today has application-awareness built into their products. Whether it’s an application firewall, serving gateway or edge router, they’re all using deep packet inspection (DPI) to look deep into the network traffic to identify the specific application. For example, Cisco has Application Visibility & Control, Juniper has AppSecure, Palo Alto Networks has App-ID, Sandvine ha...

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In our first edition of the Spirent (formerly Mu) App Quadrant, we compared the run-time aspects of the most popular desktop video applications – Netflix, YouTube, Hulu and Amazon Video on Demand – and showed that Netflix is not particularly friendly to both Consumers and Operators. It’s not just the apps – devices matter too! Operators continue to struggle with the unpredictable growth of applications and the devices used to access them. With millions of people runni...

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Video and P2P Rule! The traffic making up today’s networks is in a rapid state of flux. Just last week Sandvine, in their Spring 2011 Global Phenomena Report, noted that real-time entertainment continues to increase, and within North America represents almost 50% of peak fixed access traffic (much of this of course is due to Netflix). P2P traffic also continues to carve out a sizeable piece of the pie at around 20%. The rest is a mix of voice, business apps, games, Facebook and chat. Wha...

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