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Addressing 100G Network Visibility and Monitoring Challenges

Napatech Accelerators and Napatech Software Suite Provide "Single Pane of Glass" View Across All Network Speeds

COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Napatech's (OSE: NAPA) recent announcement on the availability of its 100G accelerator addressed industry concerns for managing high-traffic networks in an increasingly mobile world. When combined with its end-to-end Napatech Software Suite, the company significantly addresses the complexity of managing multiple accelerators with one "single pane of glass" view. This strategy aligns with a recent industry report from research firm The 451 Group, which states that increasing complexity and speed in networks has pushed network visibility and monitoring (NVM) tools to a higher level of relevance.

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Napatech's 1G to 100G accelerators allow network equipment manufacturers to more easily manage network environments:

  • NVM, a billion dollar industryThe 451 research report, entitled "Network Visibility and Monitoring: What's Going on in There, Anyway," states that the NVM market is expected to grow threefold from $1 to $3 billion by 2018 and will be driven primarily by long-term evolution (LTE) service providers that will have an increasing need to analyze data traffic.
  • End-to-end network management and visibility solution – Napatech Software Suite addresses complexity and provides a wealth of features and capabilities:
    • Works in tandem with the company's 1 to 100 Gbps accelerators to offer the same features and capabilities regardless of speed, for end-to-end consistency.
    • Identifies up to eight network accelerators in an appliance through hardware abstraction, making them appear as one.
    • Merges captured data from multiple accelerators into a single stream for analysis.
    • Shares data between multiple customer applications, without the need for replication, and provides a single application programming interface (API) for analysis application developers, allowing for fast integration of new accelerators.

Dan Joe Barry, vice president of marketing, Napatech, said:
"Network appliance vendors must find a way to reliably increase performance at connections up to 100 Gbps while reducing risk and time-to-market. They must also effectively manage and secure networks while still handling a varied portfolio of 1, 10, 40 or even 100 Gbps products. When combined with Napatech Software Suite, our accelerators offer the same functionality and capabilities across all speeds on an end-to-end basis, keeping our customers one step ahead of the data growth curve."

About Napatech
Napatech is the world's leading supplier of accelerators for network management and security applications. As data volume and complexity grow, the performance of these applications needs to stay ahead of the speed of networks in order to do their jobs. We make this possible, for even the most demanding financial, telecom, corporate and government networks. Now and in the future, we enable our customers' applications to run faster than the networks they need to manage and protect. For more information, visit www.napatech.com.

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This press release may be deemed to contain forward-looking statements. Readers are cautioned that these forward-looking statements are only predictions and may differ materially from actual future events or results due to a variety of factors, including, among other things, business and economic conditions and growth trends in the networking industry, our customer markets and various geographic regions; global economic conditions and uncertainties in the geopolitical environment other macro-economic factors and other risk factors set forth in Napatech's reports. Any forward-looking statements in this release are based on limited information currently available to Napatech, which is subject to change, and Napatech will not necessarily update the information.

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