Internet Appliance offers 120 Gbps network traffic throughput.

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Targeting fixed and mobile network operators, PacketLogic™ 9420 real-time policy enforcement, subscriber management, and Internet intelligence gathering platform delivers 120 Gbps throughput and supports up to 3 million subscribers. Solution occupies 2RU footprint and is optimized to support high-density 10GE deployments with support for up to 32 x 10GE ports (16 x 10GE channels). Also, platform supports up to 30 million connections at setup rate of 500,000 connections/sec.



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Procera Networks Launches 120Gbps PacketLogic 9420 Platform



High performance appliance delivers improved Subscriber Experience and Internet Intelligence for fixed and mobile network operator deployments



FREMONT, Calif. –  Procera Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: PKT), the global Subscriber Experience Company, today launched the PacketLogic™ 9420, a real-time policy enforcement, subscriber management and Internet Intelligence gathering platform targeted to fixed and mobile network operators. Delivering throughput of 120Gbps and supporting up to three million subscribers on a single platform, the PL9420 is a cost-effective solution for operators looking to implement high-density 10GE Internet Intelligence deployments. Procera's PacketLogic platforms now include PL9000 series appliances that support up to 120Gbps, larger chassis systems supporting 600Gbps throughput and Network Function Virtualization support for bare metal performance on COTS hardware to deliver unmatched deployment flexibility for network operators.



"The PL9420 delivers unmatched efficiency for network operators with industry-leading power consumption per Gbps in a 2RU footprint," said Johan Edlund, vice president of product management for Procera Networks. "The PL9420 enables our customers to scale their 10GE deployments and deploy a wide variety of solutions that enhance the Subscriber Experience and increase ROI for operators by reducing customer churn and increasing service velocity."



The PL9420 is the first in the new PL9000 series that complements the PL7000 and PL8000 subscriber management products Procera offers to network operators. The PL9420 is optimized to support high-density 10GE deployments with support for up to 32x10GE ports (16x10GE channels) and shares the same family of I/O modules as the PL7000 and PL8000, simplifying sparing and operations for mixed deployment environments. The PL9420 platform also supports up to 30 million connections at a setup rate of 500,000 connections per second, meeting the growing demands of always-on applications on fixed and mobile networks. All of Procera's platforms operate the same software solutions, with only performance and scalability differing between the models.



PacketLogic solutions from Procera extract, visualize, and actualize the most meaningful Internet Intelligence to positively enhance the subscriber experience. Network operators can leverage the full range of Procera Perspectives, Presentation, Products and Platforms to gain a comprehensive view of the subscriber experience for Marketing, Engineering, and Customer Care teams inside of a network operator.



The PL9420 is generally available for purchase. For more information, visit http://www.proceranetworks.com/products/platforms.



About Procera Networks, Inc.

Procera Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: PKT), the global Subscriber Experience Company, is revolutionizing the way operators and vendors monitor, manage and monetize their network traffic.  Elevate your business value and improve customer experience with Procera's sophisticated intelligence solutions. For more information, visit http://www.proceranetworks.com or follow Procera on Twitter at @ProceraNetworks.



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Blueshirt Group for Procera Networks

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Web Site: http://www.proceranetworks.com

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