28 Nov 2017

Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity & Radisys announce partnership

Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity, an IT security provider, and Radisys, a global specialist of open telecom solutions, have announced that they have partnered to deliver a real-time, low-latency networking and security solution to multiple major European communication service providers (CSPs).

CSPs are increasingly transforming their networks into virtualized data centers. However, in order to handle the massive growth in data traffic, they need to be able to scale their networks efficiently to handle the resulting high throughput requirements and dynamic network requests.

Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity and Radisys have built a high-performance networking and security solution comprised of Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity’s R&S Traffic Analytics Solution and Radisys’ FlowEngine TDE-2000. This is designed to deliver real-time traffic classification and load balancing capabilities to rapidly analyze traffic and steer it through the network at line-rate speeds, while offering increased security and an enhanced user experience to subscribers on the network.

Deploying R&S Traffic Analytics that is using the high-performance DPI engine R&S PACE 2 enables CSP to analyze complex traffic that contains multiple layers of tunnels, labels and control protocols in order to get very granular but anonymous subscriber behavior insights.

Leveraging a spine-and-leaf or appliance architecture and 1RU form factor, Radisys’ FlowEngine TDE-2000 delivers excellent density with up to 2 Tbps L2/L3 and 600 Gbps of advanced packet processing to support future traffic growth driven by 5G and IoT applications.

Targeted at service providers throughout Europe, the solution supports:

  • Significantly better network utilization with intelligent load balancing

  • More efficient network operations with real-time traffic analytics

  • Greater speed and agility to introduce new security services

  • Improved end user experience for new services and average revenue per user (ARPU)

“By partnering with Radisys, our solution will be able to provide major European communication service providers a load-balancing, fine-granular network analytics & security solution to address changes being caused by the evolution to 5G,” said Dirk Czepluch, vice president and managing director, business unit network analytics, Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity. “Coupling Radisys’ FlowEngine TDE-2000 and our R&S Traffic Analytics Solution will allow CSPs to increase the visibility into the network, its performance and general trends, thus improving user experience and satisfaction.”

“Radisys is pleased to partner with Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity to deliver a high-performance solution that solves service providers’ scalability challenges,” said Neeraj Patel, vice president and general manager, Software and Services Solutions, Radisys. “Together, we’re able to support European CSPs’ increasing demands for more agile, secure and easily deployable solutions for their virtualized networks and Radisys’ industry-leading FlowEngine complements Rohde & Schwarz Cybersecurity’s solutions in supporting those demands.”

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