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Adax and IP Fabrics partnership announcement

by david.nunes

Adax and IP Fabrics give Carriers and SMEs real-time access to Wi-Fi data analytics previously the preserve of billion-dollar companies

Managed Wi-Fi network analysis enables competitive advantage, turns costs to revenues

Oakland, CA / Reading, UK – 9 July 2014 – Network Intelligence, knowledge of what’s happening on your network, requires sophisticated monitoring and analytics capabilities.  Network intelligence will make today’s IP networks more efficient and enable new services and therefore new revenue models. Adax and IP Fabrics are at the forefront of solutions that provide analytics for email, webmail, WebRTC, chat, social media services, 3GPP wireless and upcoming WiFi real-time analytics.

According to ABI Research, Worldwide Wi-Fi deployments reached a total of 4.2 million hotspots in 2013, and will continue to grow at a CAGR of 15% between 2013 and 2018 to exceed 10.5 million. Mobile data growth has boosted the build-out of Wi-Fi hotspots and it is expected that global mobile data traffic will grow from 23,000 petabytes in 2013 to 190,000 petabytes in 2018. Wi-Fi helps to offload 3G/4G mobile Internet users to Wi-Fi networks which is a more cost-effective method for both mobile carriers and mobile users. This is a growth opportunity that Adax and IP Fabrics are ready to help you taken advantage of.1

IP Fabrics has partnered with Adax to deliver the platform intelligence and performance that Network Intelligence and 3GPP visibility requires.  The Adax Pkt2-AMC and Pkt2-PCIe Cavium-based controllers’ front-end intelligent processing delivers line speed packet processing across a range of platforms in support of IP Fabrics’ DeepProbe and DeepSweep products.

“Adax is just the kind of partner we were looking for,” says Curt Schwaderer, General Manager and Chief SW Architect at IP Fabrics.  They are focused on bringing the most advance DPI engines to the market and the development support needed for a successful integrated product.”

“With IP Fabrics well-established history and record of success in the difficult Lawful Intercept marketplace, Adax is assured of a partner who really knows how to make the most out of our DPI platforms,” states Drew Sproul, marketing director at Adax. “IP Fabrics has the vision to take what they know and expand into some of the most exciting and profitable areas of the All-IP, LTE network.”

About Adax

Adax is an industry leader in high-performance packet processing, security, and network infrastructure for the All-IP network. For over 30 years Adax has uniquely blended software and hardware expertise to create the most productive and efficient products in the telecom industry.

The broad and highly-flexible Adax product set consists of protocol controllers, packet processing boards, software protocols, and now integrated systems, for LTE and NGN Mobile Network Nodes,

Security Gateways, Femto/Home eNodeB Gateways, Diameter Signaling, Policy Control Servers, Charging and Billing Systems and Mobile Data Offload.

Adax meets today’s challenges of scalability, cost effectiveness and high availability with solutions for LTE, 3G, and Legacy networks and the interworking between them. Adax customers include the world’s premier telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMs), value added service (VAS) providers and system integrators including: Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson, Fujitsu, NEC, NSN, Samsung, Aricent, Bravo, Comba, Mahindra Comviva, Contela, Monaco Telecom and NewNet.

Adax Inc – 2900 Lakeshore Ave, Oakland, CA 94610, USA

Adax Europe Ltd – Reada Court, Vachel Road, Reading, RG1 1NY, UK

Contact:  Drew Sproul, Marketing Director, [email protected]

About IP Fabrics

IP Fabrics provides network visibility solutions for enterprise, communications service provider, and government markets. IP Fabrics utilizes high performance deep packet inspection, application decode, and analytics to tailor a solution that meets your requirements. User activity modules are available for email, webmail, WebRTC, chat, and social media services, enabling fast time to productivity, revenue generation, and operational cost savings for a variety of analytics, forensics, and security applications.

  1. Wi-Fi hotspots to grow in bid to offload traffic. EETimes Europe, May 9, 2014, Jean-Pierre Joosting. http://www.electronics-eetimes.com/en/wi-fi-hotspots-to-grow-in-bid-to-offload-traffic.html?cmp_id=7&news_id=222921058

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