RADCOM Network Visibility Delivers Fully Virtualized Packet Brokering for Top-Tier Operators to Gain Network Intelligence and Complete Network Visibility for NFV Transformations
TEL AVIV, Israel – February 26, 2018 − RADCOM Ltd. (NASDAQ: RDCM), today announced the general availability of RADCOM Network Visibility, its new cloud-native network visibility solution, designed specifically for telco operators. By fully virtualizing network visibility, RADCOM is decoupling solution functionality from underlying hardware dependencies, allowing operators to benefit from a disruptive, highly scalable, and cost-effective solution that delivers complete visibility and network intelligence for a smooth transition to NFV.
Built upon RADCOM’s virtualization expertise and advanced cloud-native technology, RADCOM Network Visibility provides operators with a next-generation visibility solution that offers advanced network intelligence and packet broker functionality — a cost-efficient solution that is designed to handle telecom operators’ unique needs as they scale their next-generation high-capacity networks.
Combining RADCOM’s MaveriQ service assurance solution with RADCOM’s new Network Visibility solution creates the newly formed RADCOM Network Intelligence portfolio which offers operators a dynamic, fully virtualized solution from virtual tapping point to network insights. RADCOM Network Intelligence enables operators to smartly manage and intelligently load balance network traffic while efficiently gaining real-time insights to assure end-to-end customer experience and optimizing network services.
“In working with top-tier operators on their NFV transformations we realized the need for a truly cloud-native visibility offering that works in unison with MaveriQ to deliver the scalability and flexibility to handle traffic in these dynamic environments,” said Rami Amit, RADCOM’s Chief Technology Officer and Head of Product. “Using our cloud-native expertise, in-depth network knowledge and advanced technology we designed a fully virtualized visibility layer that is already earning positive feedback from customers. With the ability to automatically deploy and configure the combined solution, customers are thrilled by the efficiency and dynamic capabilities offered. Our virtualization expertise allowed us to break away from traditional approaches that are simply not viable for top-tier operators deploying visibility in their NFV networks and to offer on-demand capabilities, built-in troubleshooting and DPI features. Customers are excited about our innovative approach and we are pleased that we can now offer RADCOM Network Visibility to additional operators.”
RADCOM Network Visibility delivers telco operators a disruptive, NFV distributed approach to network packet brokering that is entirely orchestrated and centrally managed with troubleshooting functions to allow operators to react in real-time and gain comprehensive network visibility throughout their NFV network.
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RADCOM (NASDAQ: RDCM) is the leading expert in cloud-native Network Intelligence for telecom operators transitioning to SDN/NFV. Providing a critical first step in an operator’s NFV transformation, RADCOM’s Network Intelligence delivers end-to-end network visibility from virtual tapping point to network insights. Comprised of MaveriQ service assurance, RADCOM Network Visibility, and Network Insights, RADCOM’s Network Intelligence helps operators ensure end-to-end service quality and customer satisfaction across virtual and hybrid networks. RADCOM Network Intelligence is automated, cost-efficient, provides on-demand functionality and specifically designed for the needs of telecom operators. RADCOM specializes in assuring next-generation, high capacity networks, including LTE, Advanced-LTE, 5G, IMS, SDN/NFV and others. For more information, visit our website at www.radcom.com
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