Software

caplon© decoding & network recording

by consistec Engineering & Consulting GmbH

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Key Facts

  • High-performance data acquisition, network, services, monitoring

Categories

  • Forensics
  • Early warning for IT
  • Network monitoring

Key Facts

  • High-performance data acquisition, network, services, monitoring

Categories

  • Forensics
  • Early warning for IT
  • Network monitoring
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

High-performance data capture for 5G, streaming services, data centers, edge clouds and backbones

With networks becoming increasingly broadband, especially with the next generation of mobile communications 5G (100 times faster than LTE) and the new application scenarios that will become possible as a result (Industry 4.0, streaming services, telemedicine, autonomous driving), the volumes of data transmitted will grow exponentially. This will also make it increasingly difficult to monitor networks, applications and services in order to be able to successfully deliver usable information on reliability and quality.

We are specialized in loss-free network data acquisition and analysis, even at very high data rates. Our caplon© systems have been used for many years by leading German and international telecommunications providers, among others. As a German company, we give the necessary space to the topic of data protection.

The scalable tracing engine is part of every caplon© appliance. In combination with specially programmed FPGA-based data acquisition cards from napatech®, it guarantees the complete and lossless acquisition of network data in high-speed networks. caplon© decoding & network recording captures the network packets to a TAP or span port of a switch - including deep packet analysis in real time. The analysis is therefore completely passive and non-reactive.

The caplon© trace engine was developed on the basis of a highly scalable architecture to ensure that network packets can be captured loss-free even at very high data rates. This opens up new possibilities for analysing services in the context of 5G and broadband streaming services. The correlation of parameters in the network streams is supported by the FPGA-based data acquisition card with nanosecond time stamps.

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