NetQuest’s OMX3200 replaces the need for lengthy manual labor diagnosing WAN protocols by offering automated network survey via zero-touch WAN auto-discovery.
The OMX3200 offers a scalable packet processing node that enables seamless migration to 100G network monitoring architectures for helping SecOps and NetOps teams keep up with the constant growth in network traffic.
Network traffic continues to grow at dramatic rates driven by the multitude of connected
devices and the increasing array of services, and ISP peering connections are at the
epicenter of this traffic growth.
Products and technologies available to monitor and secure the increasing flows of traffic are falling behind, creating trade-off between overspending on monitoring infrastructures. reducing visibility and increasing risk.
Network traffic is continuing its steep growth curve driven by the sheer volume of
connected devices and the diversity of applications ranging from smart meters and
automobiles to high-speed enterprise networks to massive global content delivery
NetQuest and Huber+Suhner (H+S) Polatis have collaborated on an advanced automation technique for accessing big data carried over large scale optical transport networks.
Modern cyber intelligence applications are tasked with hunting down aggressors and malicious activity. Optimal threat hunting solutions are correlating metadata extracted from the IP traffic flows as well as the optical transport network.
The swift adoption of 100G+ coherent signaling has created unique challenges for network monitoring applications and has the cyber intelligence community scrambling for solutions.
Government agencies require a cost-effective cyber intelligence solution to handle transition to 100G transport networks.
NetQuest and Ixia provide network visibility for cyber defense of DWDM, OTN and SONET/SDH networks.
NetQuest and Gigamon Partner to Monitor Long-Haul and Metro Networks.
How is the NetQuest I-9100 100G Interceptor facing the challenge of monitoring next-generation OTN networks?